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Modern Safety and Resource Control Management

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Title: Modern Safety and Resource Control Management
Author: Thomas D. Schneid
ISBN: 047133118X / 9780471331186
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 323
Publisher: Wiley
Year: 2000
Availability: In Stock
     
 
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A highly effective approach to safety and health management in the industrial setting.

Over the past two decades, the role of workplace safety and health professionals has expanded dramatically to encompass not only OSHA compliance, but a host of other regulatory and risk management areas such as fire protection, workers' compensation, insurance, quality control, and more. Defining this new role as the management of safety and resource control, this timely and comprehensive work introduces a unique method for effectively managing both loss prevention and the safety function in the industrial setting. The author incorporates MBO and TQM management techniques as well as contemporary ideas and technologies, providing clear guidelines and discussions on how to implement the new approach to the loss prevention and safety function, including :

• How to use a circular management pattern to design, implement, and manage regulatory compliance programs
• How to deal with emerging risk issues such as ergonomics, tuberculosis, or workplace violence
• How to establish a new goal methodology based on performance rather than injuries/illnesses
• How new technologies affect the loss prevention and safety function
• How to assess one's current program, perform cost/benefit analysis, and build an individual action plan
• How to minimize risks of corporate and individual liabilities
• Where to find information on different federal and state laws and regulations

Preface

Chapter 1 : Functions and Frictions
Chapter 2 : Learning from the Past
Chapter 3 : Driving Forces
Chapter 4 : In Search of the Safety Grail
Chapter 5 : One Size Does Not Fit All
Chapter 6 : Cultural Shift and Psychological Nexus
Chapter 7 : My Problem Employees
Chapter 8 : Compliance as the Foundation
Chapter 9 : Quality and Ethical Considerations
Chapter 10 : The Compliance Circle
Chapter 11 : Capturing the Entrepreneurial Spirit
Chapter 12 : A Team is Better Than The Sum of Its Parts
Chapter 13 : Give ‘EM The Tools to Be Successful
Chapter 14 : Thinking Outside the Traditional Box
Chapter 15 : Hold ‘EM Accountable
Chapter 16 : You Pay The Bill
Chapter 17 : Safety and The Law
Chapter 18 : The Wired World
Chapter 19 : Know Where You are and Where You Want to Go
Chapter 20 : The Ravioli Methodology
Chapter 21 : Keeping Up with The Joneses
Chapter 22 : The Expansion Draft
Chapter 23 : The Wall Street Influence
Chapter 24 : Maximize Your Strengths and “CUT” Your Losses
Chapter 25 : The Grapevine Influence
Chapter 26 : The Future of Safety and Resource Control

Appendixes
A : Employee Workplace Rights
B : Safety Audit Assessment
C : OSHA Inspection Checklist
D : Employment-Related Laws
E : State Employment-Related Laws
F : OSHA Publications
G : General Guidelines for Effective Management of Workers’ Compensation
H : OSHA Regional Offices—Directory
I : Potential Sources of Safety and Loss Prevention Assistance through Local Colleges and Universities
Index

 
 
 
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