Environmental, Health, and Safety Auditing Handbook

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L. Lee Harrison
McGraw-Hill, 1995 - Social Science - 647 pages
Environmental audits? We wrote the book! That's right: McGraw-Hill actually lauched environmental auditing when the first edition of Environmental, Health and Safety Auditing Handbook appeared in 1984. Now Lee Harrison's fully revised second edition pulls together a decade's worth of changes while retaining the clear, simple auditing guidelines that have made this guide such a success. You'll see how to use auditing as an assurance tool for company officials, as a way to identify and reduce risk, and as a foundation for assessing management systems and internal controls. And You'll get the step-by-step procedures you need to: develop your own EHS auditing manual of principles, standards, goals and objectives; gain people's trust and cooperation during interviews; use experts from outside the company; report audit findings; develop follow-up and corrective procedures; insure audit confidentiality; and much more.

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Contents

Environmental Health and Safety Auditing Conies of Age
9
Environmental Health
18
The Benefits of an BHS Auditing Program
25
Copyright

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