Steps To Safety Culture Excellence

Author: Terry L. Mathis
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118530241
Size: 48.44 MB
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Provides a clear road map to instilling a culture of safety excellence in any organization Did you know that accidental injury is among the top ten leading causes of death in every age group? With this book as your guide, you'll learn how to help your organization develop, implement, and sustain Safety Culture Excellence, vital for the protection of and improvement in the quality of life for everyone who works there. STEPS to Safety Culture Excellence is based on the authors' firsthand experience working with international organizations in every major industry that have successfully developed and implemented ongoing cultures of safety excellence. Whether your organization is a small regional firm or a large multinational corporation, you'll find that the STEPS process enables you to instill Safety Culture Excellence within your organization. STEPS (Strategic Targets for Excellent Performance in Safety) demystifies the process of developing Safety Culture Excellence by breaking it down into small logical, internally led tasks. You'll be guided through a sequence of STEPS that makes it possible to: Create a culture of excellence that is reinforced and empowered at every level Develop the capability within the culture to identify, prioritize, and solve safety problems and challenges Maintain and continuously improve the performance of your organization's safety culture Although this book is dedicated to safety, the tested and proven STEPS process can be used to promote excellence in any aspect of organizational performance. By optimizing the safety culture in your organization, you will give the people you work with the skills and knowledge to not only minimize the risk of an on-the-job accident, but also to lead safe, healthy lives outside of work.

Nanotechnology Safety

Author: Ramazan Asmatulu
Publisher: Newnes
ISBN: 0444594582
Size: 19.69 MB
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Nanotechnology is a new and emerging discipline that is multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary. The usage of nanosystems, nanomaterials, nano-devices, etc. permeates all aspects of society. Cancer targeting and curing nanosystems are being introduced into the biomedical and pharmaceutical industries; so are lightweight energy absorbing or blast-proof nanohybrid material in the aerospace, automotive and marine industries and high-efficiency energy harvesting nanomaterials, etc. Society has a vested interest in knowing how these new materials, devices and systems are changing the economy and similar landscapes. The book outlines the regulatory and environmental issues related to nanotechnology per industry, offers guidelines in assessing the risks and discusses the legal and socioeconomical issues involved. Case studies will be utilized to provide examples of the positive and negative impacts of nanotechnology. Provides an overview and the basis for understanding the critical importance of the reactivity and efficacy of nanomaterials and the emerging role of nanotechnology in society Explains the fundamentals, ethics, regulatory and environmental issues of nanosafety and how they shape the emerging nanotechnology industry and markets and includes extensive lists of glossary terms, terminologies and concepts needed for Material Data Safety Sheets Discusses the relevance and specificity of nanosafety issues per industry and includes discussions on the "Homeland Security and Infrastructure Industries" of interest to society in general Includes nanotechnology risk assessment and delineates and quantifies the risk assessment process for nanotechnology safety of paramount importance to most industries and systems Outlines the legal and intellectual property ramifications of nanotechnology and its impact on productivity and society

Safe By Accident

Author: Judy L. Agnew
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780937100189
Size: 61.60 MB
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This book takes a scientific look at safety leadership. Part one is an analysis of seven safety leadership practices that don¿t work and what to do instead. Part two presents a model for effective safety leadership and culture change.

Phr Exam Prep

Author: Cathy Winterfield
Publisher: Pearson IT Certification
ISBN: 0134060369
Size: 18.62 MB
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Score Higher on the PHR® Exam! We provide you with the proven study tools and expert insight that will help you score higher on your exam Study Tips like the advice and instruction that a personal tutor might provide Notes, Tips, and Cautions provide you with hints and strategies that will help you reduce your mistakes on the exam Comprehensive discussion of all six functional areas covered on the PHR Exam Practice Questions that include detailed explanations of correct and incorrect answers–so you can learn the material from your success and mistakes COMPREHENSIVE! Succeed with comprehensive learning and practice tests Master the PHR exam materials in all six tested functional areas Prepare with a comprehensive practice test Analyze your test readiness and areas for further study with topic-focused chapter tests CD-ROM—based practice exam includes an interactive test engine for a meaningful exam experience with 175 questions Learn important test-taking strategies to maximize your score and diminish your anxiety Pearson IT Certification Practice Test The CD-ROM—based practice exam includes an interactive test engine for a realistic exam experience with 175 questions. Includes Exclusive Offer for 70% Off Premium Edition eBook and Practice Test CATHY LEE PANTANO WINTERFIELD, MBA, MSHE, SPHR, ACC, is President of NovaCore Performance Solutions, a firm dedicated to enhancing individual and team workplace performance. She has more than 25 years of experience in HR, training, consulting, management, and coaching for businesses, non-profits, and governmental entities. She previously served as Director of Human Resource Management Programs for Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations. Winterfield has presented on many HR and management development topics, and co-authored more than a dozen online courses in these fields. Her books include Performance Appraisals and Mission-Driven Interviewing, as well as the Pearson IT Certification books SPHR Exam Prep, Third Edition, PHR/SPHR Quick Reference, and every edition of PHR Exam Prep. She is a member of SHRM, ASTD, and the International Coach Federation.

Keys To Behavior Based Safety

Author: E. Scott Geller
Publisher: Government Institutes
ISBN: 1461624894
Size: 44.46 MB
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This book provides a collection of 28 writings from Scott Geller's regular column in 'Industrial Safety and Hygiene News,' from Geller's associates at Safety Performance Solutions, and from the American Society of Safety Engineers' annual conferences. Organized into seven chapters, these writings examine real-world examples of successful behavior-based safety programs. Readers will discover tips on how to measure safety performance, how to get workers to care about safety, and how to better assess and coach safety performance using specific behavior-based tools.

Leading With Safety

Author: Thomas R. Krause
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0471785261
Size: 45.30 MB
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Building on years of research and experience in the field, Leading with Safety redefines organizational safety as an activity that both leads other performance areas and in turn must be led. Thomas Krause poses the question, "What does it take to be a great safety leader?" — and answers with a comprehensive new model for understanding safety leadership as it affects organizational culture and safety climate. Leading with Safety defines the practices, tools, and systems essential to creating an injury-free workplace, including the role of employees at each level, special considerations for coaching the senior executive leader, and the two crucial aspects of human performance that every leader needs to know. Ending with inspiring real-world examples or organizations that have put these tools into practice, Leading with Safety is written for any leader who wants to lead with safety toward a more robust, productive and effective organization.

A Supervisor S Guide To Safety Leadership

Author: Judy Agnew
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780937100271
Size: 61.98 MB
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A safe work place takes a coordinated effort on the part of all employees. Senior leaders establish safety-oriented vision and values, middle managers put into effect safety management systems, procedures, and accountability, and frontline employees complete the work as safely as possible. Frontline supervisors have perhaps the most crucial role¿they are the "linchpins" of safety. This book gives supervisors practical tools to improve their safety management and safety leadership.

Hazards Xv

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Publisher: IChemE
ISBN: 9780852954294
Size: 60.68 MB
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Experts from the fields of process safety and environmental protection discuss their work.

Working Safe

Author: E. Scott Geller
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781566705646
Size: 43.71 MB
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Written by world-renowned health and safety researcher E. Scott Geller, Working Safe: How to Help People Actively Care for Health and Safety, Second Edition presents science-based and practical approaches to improving attitudes and behavior for achieving an injury-free work environment. This book teaches proactive applications of behavior-based psychology for improving health and safety. Relevant theory and principles are clearly explained and practical step-by-step procedures are detailed. Dr. Geller's anecdotal and non-academic writing style makes the book fun and easy to read. This research-based text is completely updated and expanded from the 1996 edition. It includes three new chapters: one on behavioral safety analysis, another on intervening with supportive conversation, and the third on how to promote high performance teamwork. Thus, this second edition continues to provide the practical advice safety leaders rely on. Working Safe: How to Help People Actively Care for Health and Safety supplies the research and theory needed to customize effective behavior-based procedures and tools in your workplace. The information and examples provide health and safety professionals with behavioral science methods capable of enhancing safety awareness, reducing at-risk behavior, and facilitating ongoing participation in safety-related activities.