6 edition of Handbook of occupational safety and health found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Lawrence Slote.|
|LC Classifications||RC967 .H26 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 744 p. :|
|Number of Pages||744|
|LC Control Number||86029003|
Pachocki Thermal Loads at Workstations, A. Young professionals and students can read this book to better understand the important global OSH interrelationships and challenges of the future. Who can ensure that the program will become an integral part of your business? The OSHA recordkeeping system has five steps: Obtain a report on every injury or job-related illness requiring medical treatment other than basic first aid.
Add information from your completed checklists to injury information, employee information, and process and equipment information to build a foundation to help you determine what problems exist. This section includes checklists designed to assist you in self-inspection fact-finding. Thousands of workers die each year and many, many more suffer injury or illness from conditions at work. Conduct frequent drills to ensure that all employees know what to do under stressful conditions. Basic OSHA recordkeeping requirements address only injuries and illnesses, so you might consider expanding your own records to include all incidents, including those where no injury or illness resulted.
OSHA recordkeeping can help the small business employer evaluate the success of safety and health activities. Periodically review these records to look for any patterns or repeat situations. Recognize and reward those who do well and correct those who don't. The next section provides short descriptions and illustrations of each element.
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Dudka, and R. Now expanded by more than 50 percent, this Second Edition of the Handbook of Occupational Safety and Health, originally edited by Lawrence Slote, demonstrates how to control hazards to safety and health in many types of work environments-and how to deal with injuries when they do occur.
Records of accidents, related injuries, illnesses and property losses can serve the same purpose, if they are used in the same way. It presents the scientific basis for each safety and health issue, followed by well-illustrated case studies to demonstrate the concepts and theories and their application in real-world situations.
You should refer to OSHA standards for specific guidance that may apply to your work situation. Their cooperation depends on them understanding what the safety and health program is all about, why it is important to them and how it affects their work.
Now in its second edition, the Handbook of Occupational Safety and Health, originally edited by Lawrence Slote, remains an essential first source for quick, practical answers on this pivotal workplace issue. Review several years of injury or illness records to identify patterns that can help you devise strategies to improve your safety and health program.
Ensure the ready availability of medical personnel for advice and consultation on matters of employee health. OSHA standards that apply to your business.
Make sure that your top management staff understand their safety and health responsibilities and how to hold subordinate supervisory employees accountable for theirs. Sometimes that can be done through substitution of a less toxic material or engineering controls.
Remember, a safety and health program is a plan put into practice. Make sure that each item is seen by you or your designee and leave nothing to memory or chance. Periodically review several months of experience to determine if any new patterns are developing.
Make an alphabetical list of all employees, showing the date hired, their job descriptions, and experience and training.
This means that you must take the time to analyze what you want to accomplish and develop an action plan in order to attain your goals. Chemicals - storage, handling, transportation, spills, disposals, amounts used, labeling, toxicity or other harmful effects, warning signs, supervision, training, protective clothing and equipment, hazard communication requirements.
Success can be measured by a reduction or elimination of employee injuries and illnesses during a calendar year. Thomas P. A physical description of the well. A serious fire, a permanent injury, or the death of an employee or owner can cause the loss of profit or even an entire business.
Employees will feel reassured because of your commitment to their safety and health on the job. This section includes checklists designed to assist you in self-inspection fact-finding. If you have difficulty deciding where to begin, a phone call to your state Consultation Program will help get you started.
The authors and the publishers do not accept responsibility or legal liability for any errors in the text or for the misuse or misapplication of material in this work.
A worksheet to help you design an overall action plan and describe specific action steps appears in Appendix A. One of the first things to learn is which branch of government, Federal or state, has current jurisdiction over your business.
You need to have a copy of all OSHA standards that apply to your type of business available for reference.
Marek and J. Here are some actions to consider: Set up safe work procedures based on an analysis of the hazards in your workplace and ensure that employees understand and follow them. Lung volumes A7.
Building and Grounds Conditions - floors, walls, ceilings, exits, stairs, walkways, ramps, platforms, driveways, aisles. They should not be considered merely as bookkeeping. Involve nearby doctors and emergency facilities by inviting them to visit your workplace and help you plan the best way to avoid injuries and illness during emergency situations.California Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
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Barbara Rohde. Department of Toxic Substances Control. Jon Rosenberg. (SHMS) for Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) employees. The Instruction also establishes safety and health programs as identified in subsequent chapters for Regional implementation.
Employee participation is a key element of any successful SHMS. It. Sep 04, · Healthcare support occupations (such as home health aides, occupational therapy assistants, and medical transcriptionists) had a median annual wage of $29, in Maylower than the median annual wage for all occupations in the economy.
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Reese. From the start of this book it has been my vision to provide a comprehensive approach to construction safety and health. The new edition of Handbook of Occupational Safety and Health has been rearranged into topic sections to better categorize the flow of the chapters.
Starting with a general introduction on management, it works its way up from recognition of hazards to safety evaluations and risk assessment. The book also offers sections covering normal.