Construction Safety Manual

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McGraw Hill Professional, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 508 pages
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Aimed specifically at residential and light commercial contractors, this easy-to-read, easy-to-use book gives you practical guidelines on how to develop an effective safety management system—so necessary for the prevention of worksite injuries and illnesses, effective handling of emergencies, and complying with OSHA and other regulatory standards. Written by a nationally known safety and construction specialist, Construction Safety Manual provides in-depth information and advice on key elements critical to any safety operation, such as: Safety Management Principles, Safety Meetings & Training, Hazardous Energy Control, Material Handling, Mobile Equipment Safety, Hand & Power Tools & Equipment, Fall Prevention, Personal Protective Equipment, Hazard Communications, Safe Procedures Development, Employee Participation, and many, many others. Fully illustrated, the handbook also includes copyable forms to help you meet your legal obligations.

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Basic Principles of Safety Management
Safe and Unsafe Behavior
NearMiss and FirstAid Incidents

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Dave Heberle is a widely respected environmental safety and health specialist who has written extensively on these subjects. He is coauthor of McGraw-Hill's How to Plan, Contract, and Build Your Own Home, Second Edition, and many other books and magazine articles on home construction, maintenance, real estate, and safety. Mr. Heberle has provided safety support, training, and related communications to manufacturing and service organizations for 20 years. He is currently a safety and health specialist with a Fortune 500 company.

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