RISK: Health, Safety & Environment (1990-2002)


Based on a study of the three EPA-initiated, public school risk management programs noted in the title, the authors find that state agency involvement is an important factor in the success of such programs. They also find, e.g., that school districts are justifiably reluctant to comply with tentative programs

Repository Citation

Ann Fisher, Lauraine G. Chestnut, Ruth H. Chapman & Robert D. Rowe, Schools Respond to Risk Management Programs for Asbestos, Lead in Drinking Water and Radon, 4 RISK 309 (1993).