Occupational Health and Safety Management (Print)


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    Edition: 1st Edition
  • Format: Soft Cover
  • ISBN: 9781485130208
  • Extent: 168 Pages
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  • Category: Business Management

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In this edition of Occupational Health and Safety Management, the authors aim at validating the concept of safety ownership and the application of safety excellence.

The book highlights the roles and functions of a safety practitioner and focuses on the legal requirements and applications of providing a healthy and safe workplace. The authors discuss hazard identification, at-risk behaviour, and behaviour-based safety and risk assessment, through a health and safety management approach.

  • Chapter 1: Promoting a safety culture in the workplace – Francois van Loggerenberg
  • Chapter 2: Personal ownership of safety as cornerstone for safety excellence – Elsjebe Mostert
  • Chapter 3: Analyse and assess the importance of management’s role in safety – Hester Nienaber
  • Chapter 4: Characteristics and qualities of a successful safety practitioner – Francois van Loggerenberg
  • Chapter 5: Legal requirements for office safety management – Francois van Loggerenberg
  • Chapter 6: Hazards and safety committees in the working environment – Francois van Loggerenberg
  • Chapter 7: At-risk behaviours in the working environment – Francois van Loggerenberg
  • Chapter 8: Elements that contribute to unsafe practices in the working environment and how to prevent them – Francois van Loggerenberg
  • Chapter 9: Necessity, processes and implementation of risk assessment – Francois van Loggerenberg
  • Chapter 10: Evaluation tools for safety and risk analysis – Elsjebe Mostert

This book serves safety professionals, safety practitioners, individuals new to the field of health and safety as well as educators and students preparing for a career in the health and safety industry.

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In this edition of Occupational Health and Safety Management, the authors aim at validating the concept of safety ownership and the application of safety excellence.

The book highlights the roles and functions of a safety practitioner and focuses on the legal requirements and applications of providing a healthy and safe workplace. The authors discuss hazard identification, at-risk behaviour, and behaviour-based safety and risk assessment, through a health and safety management approach.

  • Chapter 1: Promoting a safety culture in the workplace – Francois van Loggerenberg
  • Chapter 2: Personal ownership of safety as cornerstone for safety excellence – Elsjebe Mostert
  • Chapter 3: Analyse and assess the importance of management’s role in safety – Hester Nienaber
  • Chapter 4: Characteristics and qualities of a successful safety practitioner – Francois van Loggerenberg
  • Chapter 5: Legal requirements for office safety management – Francois van Loggerenberg
  • Chapter 6: Hazards and safety committees in the working environment – Francois van Loggerenberg
  • Chapter 7: At-risk behaviours in the working environment – Francois van Loggerenberg
  • Chapter 8: Elements that contribute to unsafe practices in the working environment and how to prevent them – Francois van Loggerenberg
  • Chapter 9: Necessity, processes and implementation of risk assessment – Francois van Loggerenberg
  • Chapter 10: Evaluation tools for safety and risk analysis – Elsjebe Mostert

This book serves safety professionals, safety practitioners, individuals new to the field of health and safety as well as educators and students preparing for a career in the health and safety industry.

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