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Reflecting changes in the current health and safety landscape, Occupational Health and Safety Management: A Practical Approach, Third Edition includes examples and tools to facilitate development and implementation of a safety and health management approach. This how-to book is not just an information providing text. It shows you how to write a program and identify hazards as well as involve workers and attain their cooperation. It emphasizes the need for better and more effective communication regarding safety and health. See What's New in the Third Edition: * Chapters on workers' compensation, terrorism, and Lean safety/sustainability * Additional coverage of flammable liquids and ventilation, accident reporting, and accident investigation * New compliance requirements as well as expanded accident investigation, environmental, and risk analysis guidelines * PowerPoint presentation slides for each chapter A complete and practical guide for the development and management of occupational safety and health programs in any industry setting, the book supplies a management blueprint that can be used for occupational safety and health in any organization, from the smallest to the largest, beginning to develop or wanting to improve its safety and health approach. It includes comprehensive guidelines for development of occupational health and safety programs to a variety of industries and is especially useful for start-up companies. The author takes a total management approach to the development of written programs, the identification of hazards, the mitigation of hazards by the use of common safety and health tools, the development of a safe workforce through communications, motivational techniques, involvement, and training. He addresses the tracking and acceptable risk from both safety and health hazards. He also discusses how to work with and within the OSHA compliance approach as well as how to deal with the OSHA regulations, workers' compensation, terrorism, and Lean safety. As you understand and apply the guidelines in each chapter, you can put your company on the way toward building a successful and effective safety and health effort for its employers and employees. "This 3rd Edition of Charles Reece's Occupational Health and Safety Management is a must buy for any one seriously interested in all the issues and solutions to occupational safety and health. It is the bible of the field, keeping us all up-to-date with the challenges of maintaining health, wellbeing and safety in the workplace." -Professor Sir Cary Cooper, Lancaster University Management School, UK "... the perfect text for introducing students to the principles and practice of safety management. ... straight forward and easy to read. ... All of the critical issues involved in implementing occupational safety and health programs are outlined in a systematic approach designed to help safety professionals effectively manage people, technology, and the work environment to reduce injuries and protect employees." -Steven A. Freeman, Iowa State University "Dr. Reese has done it again! ... All of the topics included in this text are required reading. ... I heartily endorse the Reese textbook for efficiently and effectively introducing new safety majors to their realm. -Dr. Richard T. Braley, Occupational Safety and Health Department, Southeastern Oklahoma State University "Dr Reese has provided a good summary of the many different topics that a student of health and safety must be familiar. The text makes each topic understandable and emphasizes the important elements. But the text is also written for a practicing health and safety manager who can use the questions provided in each chapter to quickly evaluate their own program. ... A student or a practicing professional, should have this text at the top of the stack." -Bill Thomas, CIH, University of Findlay "... accurate and well researched. The material is a very good update to the previous two editions from Mr. Reese particularly the new section on terrorism. It is timely and more important, "New". -Louis K. Flores, Faculty at Edmonds/Pierce Community CollegeIn the Beginning: Introduction History Numbers True Bottom Line Content Bibliography Making a Commitment: Management's Commitment and Involvement Management's Commitment and Involvement Roles and Responsibilities Responsibility Discipline Management Accountability Supervisory Accountability Bibliography Being a Part: Workforce Involvement Involvement Joint Labor/Management Safety and Health Committees Policy Establishing Joint Committees Bibliography Put It in Writing: A Written Safety and Health Program Reasons for a Comprehensive Safety Program Building a Safety and Health Program Other Required Written Programs Requirements and Elements of OSHA Guidelines for a Safety and Health Program National Safety Council's Elements of a Safety and Health Program Emergency and Medical Planning First Aid and Medical Availability Emergency Procedures and Response Bibliography Getting Safe Performance: Motivating Safety and Health Setting the Stage Defining Motivation Principles of Motivation Motivational Environment Self-Motivation Needs Move Mountains and People Motivational Leadership Effects of Other Factors Summary Bibliography How They Act: Behavior-Based Safety Behavior-Based Safety Heinrich's Domino Concept Behavior-Based Safety Today Hindrances to Implementing BBS Summary Bibliography New Approaches: Lean Safety and Sustainability Benefits of Lean Approach Challenges of Lean Safety Changing Culture Learning and Training Lean Techniques and Tools Standard Safety Tools Sustainability Summary Bibliography Search for the Culprits: Hazard Identification Hazard Identification Accident Types Hazard Reporting System Workplace Inspections or Audits Accident Investigations Bibliography Taking a Serious Look: Analyzing Hazards Hazard Analysis Root Cause Analysis Change Analysis Job Hazard Analysis Analyzing Accident Data Risk versus Cost Bibliography Hurting: Occupational Injuries Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Trauma Deaths Occupational Injuries Injury and Death Cost Bibliography Sick: Occupational Illnesses Identifying Health Hazards Temperature Extremes Ionizing Radiation Noise-Induced Hearing Loss Nonionizing Radiation Vibration Health Hazards Hazardous Chemicals Biological Monitoring Flammable and Combustible Liquids Hazard Communications Standard Bibliography Bent Too Far: Ergonomics Ergonomics Extent of the Problem Developing an Ergonomic Program Ergonomic Risk Factors Physical Work Activities and Conditions Limits of Exposure Ergonomic Controls Tracking Progress Proactive Ergonomics Education and Training Bibliography Addressing Illnesses: Industrial Hygiene Introduction to Occupational Illness Prevention Industrial Hygienist Environmental Factors or Stressors Modes of Entry for Contaminants Types of Air Contaminants Exposure Monitoring Units of Concentration Exposure Guidelines When You Need an Industrial Hygienist Bibliography Taking Action: Intervention, Controls, and Prevention Hazard Prevention and Controls Elimination or Substitution Engineering Controls Awareness Devices Work Practices Administrative Controls Personal Protective Equipment Ranking Hazard Controls Other Tools That Can Be Used for Hazard Control Hazard Control Summary Bibliography Using the Tools: Accident Prevention Techniques Safety and Health Audits Safety Talks and Meetings Accident Investigations Job Hazard Analysis Safe Operating Procedures Job Safety Observation Fleet Safety Program Preventive Maintenance Program Special Emphasis Program Using Safety and Health Consultants Bibliography Who Knows What: Safety and Health Training Training and Education When to Train OSHA Training Model Education/Training and Technology Training New Hires Training Managers Training Supervisors Training Employees Training Bibliography Guiding Light: OSHA Compliance OSHA Standards Protections under the OSHAct National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission Employer Responsibilities under the OSHAct Workersa (TM) Rights and Responsibilities under the OSHAct Discrimination against Workers Right to Information Assuring a Safe and Healthy Workplace Workers' Complaints OSHA Inspections Workers' Complaints and Requests for Inspections Citations, Penalties, and Other Enforcement Measures Common Issued Violations Found by OSHA Most Frequent Violations Cited by OSHA for All Industries State OSHA Plans Worker Training Occupational Injuries and Illnesses Medical and Exposure Records Posting What to Do When OSHA Comes Knocking Multiemployer Worksites Summary Bibliography Golden Rules: OSHA Regulations Federal Laws OSHAct Content of the OSHAct Regulatory Process Federal Register Code of Federal Regulations Regulation Paragraph Numbering System Bibliography A Helping Hand: Workers' Compensation Employer Liability Exclusive Remedy Covered Events Selecting a Physician Benefits Survivor Benefits Rehabilitation Administration Second Injury Funds Risk and Insurance Loss Control Injury Management Programs Summary Bibliography All Around: Workplace Environmental Issues Industry Today Introduction to Laws and Regulations Industry's Dilemma Describing the Major Issues Faced Major Environmental Laws Further Planning and Action Bibliography Keep Me Safe: Workplace Security and Violence Workplace Violence Statistics Risk Factors Prevention Strategies Cost of Violence Prevention Efforts Program Development and Essential Elements Types of Workplace Violence Events Summary Bibliography Mean Ones: Workplace Bullying Bullying Summary Bibliography External Forces: Terrorism Travel Security Suggested Antiterrorism Security Measures Potential Terrorist's Weapons Summary Bibliography Let Us Find a Way: Safety Communications The Communicator Safety Culture Communication Tools Summary Bibliography Everything Costs Dollars: Budgeting for Safety and Health Budget Items Budget Approach Compliance Factor Written Budget Controlling Cost Summary Bibliography All's Well That Ends Well: Summary Ethics of the Occupational Safety and Health Profession Principles of Management Today Taking Another Look Five Principles for Safety and Health Supervisor's 10 Commandments of Safety and Health Ten Commandments of Safety and Health for Your Workforce Bibliography A: Emergency Action Plan--Fire Evacuation Emergency Telephone Numbers B: Written Safety and Health Program Management's Commitment Assigning Responsibility Safety and Health Policy Statement Company Safety Goals and Objectives Safety Enforcement Policy Management Officials Supervisors Employees Competent/Qualified Persons Monthly Project or Production Safety Meeting New-Hire Safety Orientation Supervisor Training Safety Bulletin Board Safety Talks OSHA Records Medical/Exposure Records Training Records First-Aid Supplies Medical Services Worksite First-Aid Log Emergency Procedures Summary Hazard Identification Tool Electrical Machines and Equipment Hand Tools Confined Spaces Elevated Work Areas Welding and Cutting Toxic or Hazardous Chemicals Radiation Radioactive Materials Nonionizing Radiation Lasers Explosives Thermal Pressure Noise Other Hazards Biological Ergonomics Temperature Extremes More Hazards Environmental Controls Other Systems Safety and Health Audit Instrument Contents E: Sample and Blank Material Safety Data Sheets F: Ergonomics Solution Chart G: OSHA Safety and Health Training Requirements General Industry Training Requirements (29 CFR Part 1910) Shipyard Employment Training Requirements (29 CFR Part 1915) Marine Terminal Training Requirements (29 CFR Part 1917) Longshoring Training Requirements (29 CFR Part 1918) Construction Industry Training Requirements (29 CFR Part 1926) Agriculture Training Requirements (29 CFR 1938) Federal Employee Training Requirements (29 CFR Part 1960) H: OSHA Offices Regional Offices State Plan Offices 50 Most Cited Violations by Major Industrial Groups Division A: Agriculture, Forestry, and Fishing (1-9) Division B: Mining Division C: Construction (SIC 15-17) Division D: Manufacturing (SIC 20-39) Division E: Transportation, Communications, Electric, Gas, and Sanitary Services (SIC 40-49) Division F: Wholesale Trade (SIC 50-51) Division G: Retail Trade (SIC 52-59) Division H: Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate (SIC 60-67) Division I: Services (SIC 70-80) Division J: Public Administration (SIC 91-99) J: Summary of 29 CFR Occupational Safety and Health Standards for the General Industry K: CFR Titles Most Common Air Pollutants and Toxic Chemicals Ozone (Ground-Level Ozone Is the Principal Component of Smog) VOCs: Smog Formers Carbon Monoxide Particulate Matter (PM-10) (Dust, Smoke, Soot) Sulfur Dioxide Lead Toxic Chemicals Workplace Security Program Responsibility Compliance Communication Hazard Assessment Incident Investigations Hazard Correction Training and Instruction N: Occupational Safety and Health Resources Accident/Hazard Analysis Accident Investigation Accident Prevention Construction Safety and Health Consultants Environmental Ergonomics Fleet Safety Hazard Identification Health Hazards Industrial Hygiene Job Hazard Analysis Job Safety Observation Lean Safety Office Safety and Health OSHA Compliance Psychology of Safety Regulations Safety Hazards Safety and Health Hazards Safety and Health Management Service Industry Safety and Health System Safety Training Workplace Violence Professional Organizations and Agencies Health and Environmental Assistance Safety and Engineering Consensus Standards Professional Safety Organizations Specialty Associations (with Specific Expertise) Federal Government Sources Electronic Sources (Internet)


Szczegóły: Occupational Health and Safety Management - Charles Reese

Tytuł: Occupational Health and Safety Management
Autor: Charles Reese
Wydawnictwo: Apple
ISBN: 9781482231335
Rok wydania: 2015
Ilość stron: 608
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 1.38 kg


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Occupational Health and Safety Management

  • Wydawnictwo: Apple
  • Oprawa: Twarda

Reflecting changes in the current health and safety landscape, Occupational Health and Safety Management: A Practical Approach, Third Edition includes examples and tools to facilitate development and implementation of a safety and health management approach. This how-to book is not just an information providing text. It shows you how to write a program and identify hazards as well as involve workers and attain their cooperation. It emphasizes the need for better and more effective communication regarding safety and health. See What's New in the Third Edition: * Chapters on workers' compensation, terrorism, and Lean safety/sustainability * Additional coverage of flammable liquids and ventilation, accident reporting, and accident investigation * New compliance requirements as well as expanded accident investigation, environmental, and risk analysis guidelines * PowerPoint presentation slides for each chapter A complete and practical guide for the development and management of occupational safety and health programs in any industry setting, the book supplies a management blueprint that can be used for occupational safety and health in any organization, from the smallest to the largest, beginning to develop or wanting to improve its safety and health approach. It includes comprehensive guidelines for development of occupational health and safety programs to a variety of industries and is especially useful for start-up companies. The author takes a total management approach to the development of written programs, the identification of hazards, the mitigation of hazards by the use of common safety and health tools, the development of a safe workforce through communications, motivational techniques, involvement, and training. He addresses the tracking and acceptable risk from both safety and health hazards. He also discusses how to work with and within the OSHA compliance approach as well as how to deal with the OSHA regulations, workers' compensation, terrorism, and Lean safety. As you understand and apply the guidelines in each chapter, you can put your company on the way toward building a successful and effective safety and health effort for its employers and employees. "This 3rd Edition of Charles Reece's Occupational Health and Safety Management is a must buy for any one seriously interested in all the issues and solutions to occupational safety and health. It is the bible of the field, keeping us all up-to-date with the challenges of maintaining health, wellbeing and safety in the workplace." -Professor Sir Cary Cooper, Lancaster University Management School, UK "... the perfect text for introducing students to the principles and practice of safety management. ... straight forward and easy to read. ... All of the critical issues involved in implementing occupational safety and health programs are outlined in a systematic approach designed to help safety professionals effectively manage people, technology, and the work environment to reduce injuries and protect employees." -Steven A. Freeman, Iowa State University "Dr. Reese has done it again! ... All of the topics included in this text are required reading. ... I heartily endorse the Reese textbook for efficiently and effectively introducing new safety majors to their realm. -Dr. Richard T. Braley, Occupational Safety and Health Department, Southeastern Oklahoma State University "Dr Reese has provided a good summary of the many different topics that a student of health and safety must be familiar. The text makes each topic understandable and emphasizes the important elements. But the text is also written for a practicing health and safety manager who can use the questions provided in each chapter to quickly evaluate their own program. ... A student or a practicing professional, should have this text at the top of the stack." -Bill Thomas, CIH, University of Findlay "... accurate and well researched. The material is a very good update to the previous two editions from Mr. Reese particularly the new section on terrorism. It is timely and more important, "New". -Louis K. Flores, Faculty at Edmonds/Pierce Community CollegeIn the Beginning: Introduction History Numbers True Bottom Line Content Bibliography Making a Commitment: Management's Commitment and Involvement Management's Commitment and Involvement Roles and Responsibilities Responsibility Discipline Management Accountability Supervisory Accountability Bibliography Being a Part: Workforce Involvement Involvement Joint Labor/Management Safety and Health Committees Policy Establishing Joint Committees Bibliography Put It in Writing: A Written Safety and Health Program Reasons for a Comprehensive Safety Program Building a Safety and Health Program Other Required Written Programs Requirements and Elements of OSHA Guidelines for a Safety and Health Program National Safety Council's Elements of a Safety and Health Program Emergency and Medical Planning First Aid and Medical Availability Emergency Procedures and Response Bibliography Getting Safe Performance: Motivating Safety and Health Setting the Stage Defining Motivation Principles of Motivation Motivational Environment Self-Motivation Needs Move Mountains and People Motivational Leadership Effects of Other Factors Summary Bibliography How They Act: Behavior-Based Safety Behavior-Based Safety Heinrich's Domino Concept Behavior-Based Safety Today Hindrances to Implementing BBS Summary Bibliography New Approaches: Lean Safety and Sustainability Benefits of Lean Approach Challenges of Lean Safety Changing Culture Learning and Training Lean Techniques and Tools Standard Safety Tools Sustainability Summary Bibliography Search for the Culprits: Hazard Identification Hazard Identification Accident Types Hazard Reporting System Workplace Inspections or Audits Accident Investigations Bibliography Taking a Serious Look: Analyzing Hazards Hazard Analysis Root Cause Analysis Change Analysis Job Hazard Analysis Analyzing Accident Data Risk versus Cost Bibliography Hurting: Occupational Injuries Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Trauma Deaths Occupational Injuries Injury and Death Cost Bibliography Sick: Occupational Illnesses Identifying Health Hazards Temperature Extremes Ionizing Radiation Noise-Induced Hearing Loss Nonionizing Radiation Vibration Health Hazards Hazardous Chemicals Biological Monitoring Flammable and Combustible Liquids Hazard Communications Standard Bibliography Bent Too Far: Ergonomics Ergonomics Extent of the Problem Developing an Ergonomic Program Ergonomic Risk Factors Physical Work Activities and Conditions Limits of Exposure Ergonomic Controls Tracking Progress Proactive Ergonomics Education and Training Bibliography Addressing Illnesses: Industrial Hygiene Introduction to Occupational Illness Prevention Industrial Hygienist Environmental Factors or Stressors Modes of Entry for Contaminants Types of Air Contaminants Exposure Monitoring Units of Concentration Exposure Guidelines When You Need an Industrial Hygienist Bibliography Taking Action: Intervention, Controls, and Prevention Hazard Prevention and Controls Elimination or Substitution Engineering Controls Awareness Devices Work Practices Administrative Controls Personal Protective Equipment Ranking Hazard Controls Other Tools That Can Be Used for Hazard Control Hazard Control Summary Bibliography Using the Tools: Accident Prevention Techniques Safety and Health Audits Safety Talks and Meetings Accident Investigations Job Hazard Analysis Safe Operating Procedures Job Safety Observation Fleet Safety Program Preventive Maintenance Program Special Emphasis Program Using Safety and Health Consultants Bibliography Who Knows What: Safety and Health Training Training and Education When to Train OSHA Training Model Education/Training and Technology Training New Hires Training Managers Training Supervisors Training Employees Training Bibliography Guiding Light: OSHA Compliance OSHA Standards Protections under the OSHAct National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission Employer Responsibilities under the OSHAct Workersa (TM) Rights and Responsibilities under the OSHAct Discrimination against Workers Right to Information Assuring a Safe and Healthy Workplace Workers' Complaints OSHA Inspections Workers' Complaints and Requests for Inspections Citations, Penalties, and Other Enforcement Measures Common Issued Violations Found by OSHA Most Frequent Violations Cited by OSHA for All Industries State OSHA Plans Worker Training Occupational Injuries and Illnesses Medical and Exposure Records Posting What to Do When OSHA Comes Knocking Multiemployer Worksites Summary Bibliography Golden Rules: OSHA Regulations Federal Laws OSHAct Content of the OSHAct Regulatory Process Federal Register Code of Federal Regulations Regulation Paragraph Numbering System Bibliography A Helping Hand: Workers' Compensation Employer Liability Exclusive Remedy Covered Events Selecting a Physician Benefits Survivor Benefits Rehabilitation Administration Second Injury Funds Risk and Insurance Loss Control Injury Management Programs Summary Bibliography All Around: Workplace Environmental Issues Industry Today Introduction to Laws and Regulations Industry's Dilemma Describing the Major Issues Faced Major Environmental Laws Further Planning and Action Bibliography Keep Me Safe: Workplace Security and Violence Workplace Violence Statistics Risk Factors Prevention Strategies Cost of Violence Prevention Efforts Program Development and Essential Elements Types of Workplace Violence Events Summary Bibliography Mean Ones: Workplace Bullying Bullying Summary Bibliography External Forces: Terrorism Travel Security Suggested Antiterrorism Security Measures Potential Terrorist's Weapons Summary Bibliography Let Us Find a Way: Safety Communications The Communicator Safety Culture Communication Tools Summary Bibliography Everything Costs Dollars: Budgeting for Safety and Health Budget Items Budget Approach Compliance Factor Written Budget Controlling Cost Summary Bibliography All's Well That Ends Well: Summary Ethics of the Occupational Safety and Health Profession Principles of Management Today Taking Another Look Five Principles for Safety and Health Supervisor's 10 Commandments of Safety and Health Ten Commandments of Safety and Health for Your Workforce Bibliography A: Emergency Action Plan--Fire Evacuation Emergency Telephone Numbers B: Written Safety and Health Program Management's Commitment Assigning Responsibility Safety and Health Policy Statement Company Safety Goals and Objectives Safety Enforcement Policy Management Officials Supervisors Employees Competent/Qualified Persons Monthly Project or Production Safety Meeting New-Hire Safety Orientation Supervisor Training Safety Bulletin Board Safety Talks OSHA Records Medical/Exposure Records Training Records First-Aid Supplies Medical Services Worksite First-Aid Log Emergency Procedures Summary Hazard Identification Tool Electrical Machines and Equipment Hand Tools Confined Spaces Elevated Work Areas Welding and Cutting Toxic or Hazardous Chemicals Radiation Radioactive Materials Nonionizing Radiation Lasers Explosives Thermal Pressure Noise Other Hazards Biological Ergonomics Temperature Extremes More Hazards Environmental Controls Other Systems Safety and Health Audit Instrument Contents E: Sample and Blank Material Safety Data Sheets F: Ergonomics Solution Chart G: OSHA Safety and Health Training Requirements General Industry Training Requirements (29 CFR Part 1910) Shipyard Employment Training Requirements (29 CFR Part 1915) Marine Terminal Training Requirements (29 CFR Part 1917) Longshoring Training Requirements (29 CFR Part 1918) Construction Industry Training Requirements (29 CFR Part 1926) Agriculture Training Requirements (29 CFR 1938) Federal Employee Training Requirements (29 CFR Part 1960) H: OSHA Offices Regional Offices State Plan Offices 50 Most Cited Violations by Major Industrial Groups Division A: Agriculture, Forestry, and Fishing (1-9) Division B: Mining Division C: Construction (SIC 15-17) Division D: Manufacturing (SIC 20-39) Division E: Transportation, Communications, Electric, Gas, and Sanitary Services (SIC 40-49) Division F: Wholesale Trade (SIC 50-51) Division G: Retail Trade (SIC 52-59) Division H: Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate (SIC 60-67) Division I: Services (SIC 70-80) Division J: Public Administration (SIC 91-99) J: Summary of 29 CFR Occupational Safety and Health Standards for the General Industry K: CFR Titles Most Common Air Pollutants and Toxic Chemicals Ozone (Ground-Level Ozone Is the Principal Component of Smog) VOCs: Smog Formers Carbon Monoxide Particulate Matter (PM-10) (Dust, Smoke, Soot) Sulfur Dioxide Lead Toxic Chemicals Workplace Security Program Responsibility Compliance Communication Hazard Assessment Incident Investigations Hazard Correction Training and Instruction N: Occupational Safety and Health Resources Accident/Hazard Analysis Accident Investigation Accident Prevention Construction Safety and Health Consultants Environmental Ergonomics Fleet Safety Hazard Identification Health Hazards Industrial Hygiene Job Hazard Analysis Job Safety Observation Lean Safety Office Safety and Health OSHA Compliance Psychology of Safety Regulations Safety Hazards Safety and Health Hazards Safety and Health Management Service Industry Safety and Health System Safety Training Workplace Violence Professional Organizations and Agencies Health and Environmental Assistance Safety and Engineering Consensus Standards Professional Safety Organizations Specialty Associations (with Specific Expertise) Federal Government Sources Electronic Sources (Internet)

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Szczegóły: Occupational Health and Safety Management - Charles Reese

Tytuł: Occupational Health and Safety Management
Autor: Charles Reese
Wydawnictwo: Apple
ISBN: 9781482231335
Rok wydania: 2015
Ilość stron: 608
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 1.38 kg


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