2nd Edition

Computer Systems for Occupational Safety and Health Management

By Charles W. Ross Copyright 1991

    This book describes how safety and other professionals may use safety database software on a personal computer to manage their safety and health programs. It emphasizes the tech­niques and features necessary to develop a computerized safety data system for a personal computer.

    Preparation and Analysis: Where are You Now? 1. Computerization: A Better Way 2. The Current Reporting System: A Look at What Is Happening Now 3. The Company Structure 4. Selling Computerization to Management Developing a System 5. How to Begin 6. Databases and Their Design 7. The Computerized Safety Data System 8. The Investigation System 9. Bringing the System on Line System Introduction and Applications 10. Introducing the System to Management 11. Applications: Imaginative Special Searches 12. Applications: Serious-Injury Source Prediction 13. Future Developments


    Charles W. Ross