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To resolve the question of whether negligence or strict liability is the appropriate standard to employ in cases involving hazmat transportation, the authors introduce the concept of bilateral precautions. These are defmed as the meaningful actions both parties to a potential accident could take to reduce the probability of its occurring, or to reduce its severity. If there is really little that the potential victim can do to reduce the probability or severity of an accident, then it is not sensible to shift liability back to the potential victim.
Experts are essential to the development of safe ways of handling modem technology. Their expertise is the result of study and continued practice in narrow areas. The organizations in which they work encourage and reward such specialization. However, because of their narrowness they do not see the whole picture even when they are taken as a group. On the other hand, the public is weak on details but surprisingly strong on the big picture. Experts often take the position that members of the public are ill informed and do not understand risk.
The paradox referred to in the title is that people in many industrialized countries have on average become healthier and safer but have become more rather than less concerned about risk. They have come to feel more vulnerable and oppose the introduction of new, more complex technologies, which brings the public into conflict with government and industry. Two explanations are offered for the growing fear and concern on the part of the public. The fIrst is simply that people with higher incomes place a higher value on their lives.