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Points when presenting HS to Managers

Public Trust

Cost Reduction

Worker Retention

Increased Production

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4 Classes of environmental factor

human factors

chemical factors

biological factors

ergonomic factors

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6 steps of a loss control program

hazard ident and eval

rank hazards by risk

mgmt decision making

establish corrective measures

monitor

evaluate

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Off the job safety programs that work

contests

traffic safety

comapny picnic

family night

youth activities

rec programs

holiday program

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Auditing

methodical examination of policies, procedures, practices and controls

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Audit process

1. Audit Planning,

2. Understand Mgmt Systems,

3. Assess Internal Controls,

4. Gather Audit evidence,

5. Evaluate Audit Evidence,

6. Report Audit Findings,

7. Audit Follow-up

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The Basic Audit Tools

1. Audit Protocols,


2. The working papers

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Audit protocol

list of auditing procedures to be used

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working papers

Auditors field notes that document work performed and technique used

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whole person theory of disability

only consideration is if there is permanent disability

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wage loss theory of disability

only consideration is wages lost

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loss of wage earning capacity theory of disability

considers education level and age

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Heinrich's dominoes

Domino model.

1. environment,

2. personal fault,

3. unsafe act,

4. accident,

5. injury

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Risk Mgmt cycle

1. Identify hazards,

2. assess risks,

3. develop and evaluate control measures,

4. make control decisions,

5. implement control measures,

6. evaluate effectiveness of control measures

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Inductive Hazard Analysis

uses analytical methods to predict outcomes

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Deductive hazard analysis

postulates how components of a system can fail

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Analytical tree

Fault Tree Analysis. deductive failure analysis

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Advantages of an analytical tree

1. not wordy,

2. visualized,

3. investigative tool for backward reasoning

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Job Safety Analysis

review job methods to uncover hazards

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3 steps of JSA

1. Selecting the job,

2. breaking the job into steps,

3. Identifying hazards and potential incident causes

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5 steps to plan an inspection

1. what items,

2. what aspects to examine,

3. what conditions to inspect,

4. how often to inspect,

5. who will conduct the inspection

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Why are incidents are investigated

1. Determine the direct causes,

2. uncover contributing incident causes,

3. prevent similar incidents,

4. document facts,

5. provide information on costs,

6. Promote Safety

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pareto diagram

bars showing individual items with a line showing total

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Primary Prevention,
Secondary Prevention,
Tertiary Prevention,

PP - before illness,

SP - prevent illness from getting worse,

TP - rehab and maintenance

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5 factors to ensure a good IH program

1. recognition of health hazards at work,

2. evaluation and measurement of of the hazard,

3. control of the hazard,

4. commitment from mgmt,

5. the hygienist must by trusted

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DFE

Design for Environment

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Strategies for environmental success

R&D,

Procurement,

Production,

Sales,

Distribution

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Factors in an environmental mgmt program

1. Prevent Common violations,

2. Record Keeping,

3. Spill Reporting Plan,

4. Set realistic schedules,

5. Motivate Employee Action

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4 aspects of environmental review

1. legislative review,

2. identify environmental aspects,

3. examine existing practices,

4. assess feedback

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SBS

Sick Building Syndrome,

Complaints of discomfort from building