Guidebook to Successful Safety Programming is the first "how to" guide to present the elements and activities necessary for successful safety, health, and environmental programs in any company or organization. The book provides case histories that demonstrate how successful programs were developed and conducted for a variety of companies and describes how all levels of management and employees become involved in preventive programs. It covers management policies, safety rules, hazard analysis techniques, training methods, and accident investigations.Guidebook to Successful Safety Programming also explains how OSHA, EPA, and legal concerns are changing the role and involvement of management in safety, health, and environmental programs. The responsibilities of management in today's business culture are explored, which makes the book essential for managers, supervisors, and employees. Safety professionals studying for certification exams can use the book as a study guide to help them prepare for their tests.
Table of Contents
1. Successful Safety Programming 2. Management Safety Activities 3. Committees and Meetings 4. Accident Investigation Procedures 5. Hazard Identification and Control 6. Inspection Methods and Techniques 7. Teaching and Training Methods 8. Employee Safety Equipment 9. Industrial Hygiene Practices 10. Facility and Process Loss Control 11. Emergency Planning and Activities 12. Office and Nonmanufacturing Safety 13. Safety for Handicapped Employees 14. Safety Off-The-Job 15. Resources