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SAFT 6282 Final Exam QUESTION 1 (10) Define the concept of Safety through Design. How has your definition evolved from Assignment #1? Maximum ½ page answer. Grading rubric (point value assumes no grammatical errors and logical flow) 10 Reflected fully on previous response; synthesized class or other reading materials in a reflective manner and that which extends thinking about the two concepts, safety and design, in a thoughtful educated manner. 9 Reflected fully on previous response; referenced class or other reading materials in a reflective manner and that which extends thinking about the two concepts, safety and design, in a thoughtful educated manner. 8 Reflected partially on previous response; referenced class or other reading materials in a reflective manner and that which extends thinking about the two concepts, safety and design, in a thoughtful educated manner. 7 and below Anecdotal evidence QUESTION 2, 3, and 4 (25 each) QUESTION 2 How does (can) the function of workplace safety and health relate to design thinking? Why should / how can safety and health professionals become better design thinkers, and what would be the benefit?
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  • Summer '14
  • MelindaStafford
  • Business

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