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This activity may be completed in student pairs. This is a STLR Activity. A. Purpose: To gain an understanding of basic engineering economics and develop research proficiency. B. Overview: Very few students consider economics when thinking about careers in EHS. Thinking about loss often brings to mind injury/illness and the impact to the bottom line. However, injury and illness related costs are one part of a larger picture. You will find an article, video, research paper, etc. that addresses EHS Economics and Econ. Measurements. You may find it useful to 'scholar.google' or do a quick library search for ideas. Find one or more of the following: Health and Safety Cost Benefits; Economics of Safety and Health; Economics of Safety, Health, and Environment. You will develop summary with a conclusion, then post your short summary (about the length of a 1/2 single spaced page), short video (3-5 min), powerpoint or voice over narration (3-5 min), or a powerpoint (3-5 slides with notes .)….or whatever means of delivery you choose.
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