Although an integral part of the corporate world, the development and execution of a successful Environmental Safety and Health (ES&H) program in today’s profit-driven business climate is challenging and complex. Add to that the scarcity of resources available to assist managers in successfully designing and implementing these programs and you’ve got a perfect storm of regulatory and contractual agreements imposed on businesses. Guide to Environment Safety and Health Management: Developing, Implementing, and Maintaining a Continuous Improvement Program guides you through the challenges of developing and maintaining an effective ES&H program for any organization.
A strategic ES&H program that follows project management concepts can add to the bottom line in many ways; however, the exact financial gain cannot oftentimes be quantified in the near term and in hard dollars. Written by two experts with more than 50 years of combined experience, this book covers the primary areas of ES&H and key elements that should be considered in developing, managing, and implementing an effective, compliant, and cost-effective program.
Presenting information from a practical experience view, the book covers:
Regulatory applicability depends on the type of business, product produced, and potential impacts to employees, the public, and the environment. Additionally, the perception exists with some business owners and executives that the "rules and regulations" imposed or enforced do not directly add to the bottom line. Giving you practical, from-the-trenches knowledge, the book outlines techniques and provides guidance for addressing the challenges involved in setting up EH&S programs. It shows you how your ES&H program can ensure regulatory compliance and contribute to the success of your company both monetarily as well as in shaping public perception.
"Alston and Millikin provide a robust and in depth look at the field of Environment Safety and Health management for continuous improvement. Going well beyond the macro level of organizational concerns, they explore the detailed issues that must be addressed for excellence in ESH organizational performance."
—Scotty Dunlap, EdD, CSP, Eastern Kentucky University
"… I feel, the authors have done a great job in highlighting and addressing many of the HSE concerns of businesses are faced with today and how to address them in the workplace. … The authors provide excellent concepts to users in simple words that are easy to follow and apply. … To sum up - an excellent piece of work!"
—Dr. Chitram Lutchman, Independent EH&S Provider, Consultant and Global Speaker
Environment Safety and Health
ES&H Organizational Structure
Worker Safety and Health
Occupational Health and Medicine
ES&H Program Support
Continuous Improvement of Environment Safety and Health
Project Management Approach to Environment Safety and Health
Technology and the ES&H Profession
Culture in the ES&H Work Environment
The Impact of Trust in an ES&H Organization