2 edition of Safety & Health Program found in the catalog.
Safety & Health Program
Mark M. Moran
March 1992 by Safetycertified.Com Inc .
Written in English
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Not only does OSHA require companies to have written programs, but oftentimes contractors require safety & health programs to be submitted as part of the pre-qualification process.
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Safety addresses the key elements of successful safety programs and shows how to implement them. It covers the role of the safety manager; setting the stage for safety success; how to identify hazards and neutralize their dangers; how to write policies and a safety handbook; how to assess training needs and develop and deliver training; how to motivate employees toward safe behavior; and.
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A program should describe the whole of the company’s safety-and-health activi-ties. Think of it as an ongoing process. Organized leadership with proper application of the program.