With annual cost in excess of $150 billion from workplace related illnesses and injuries, any knowledge that can reduce this burden contributes to the overall welfare of the work force and business performance. Yet, there are many key areas of opportunities that have not yet been discussed in the literature, such as approaches to improving contract
Introduction. Trends in Safety. World Class in Safety. Have a Safety Management System. An Incident Management System. Leadership and Organizational Safety. The Safety Challenge: Why Is Organizational Safety Important? How Can We Improve Health and Safety Performance? The Challenges of Risk Management. Process Safety Management. Contractor (Service Provider) Safety Management. Leadership at the Frontline. Shared Learning in Safety. Safety Training and Competency. Audits and Compliance. Auditing the Safety Management System. Emergency Management. Safety Culture Maturity. Implementing an Effective Global Occupational Health Policy and Program: Case Study in the Oil and Gas Industry. Consistent Terminologies and Processes. Conclusion. Appendices. Glossary of Terms. References. Index.