"Economic laws have legal implications only in that they often bring about laws, statue or common, or administrative regulations. All engineers should know something of the legal ramifications of their work: responsibilities and liabilities under the laws; how they came about; and how they affect employers, engineers, fellow employees, and all other persons." — Occupational Safety Management & Engineering, Willie Hammer, Prentice Hall Pub.
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