Where does a safety professional start with processes to reduce risk and create a safer work environment? The answer is with a systems approach to safety. Safety Systems covers the nitty-gritty of this approach, including how to develop a System Safety Programme Plan (SSPP). Different tools and methods of analysing and evaluating safety data are also discussed.
Chapter 1 Elements of a safety systemChapter 2 The difference between a priori and a posteriori safety Knowledge Chapter 3 System safety programme plan (SSPP)Chapter 4 Quantitative methods and safety data analysisChapter 5 Evaluation tools for safety and risk analysis
The book is an ideal resource for safety management students, safety practitioners, business managers and owners.
The book is an ideal resource for students of safety management, safety practitioners, business managers and owners. Some of the features that make Safety Systems valuable are:
• a uniquely South African perspective, making the information relevant to any South African organisation
• integration of practical and theoretical knowledge
• learning outcomes and key terms to guide the reader
• self-assessment questions at the end of each chapter to test the reader’s understanding of the material.