Safety Metrics: Tools and Techniques for Measuring Safety Performance

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Government Institutes, Nov 16, 2009 - Business & Economics - 218 pages
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This practical guide—and popular reference—helps you evaluate the efficiency of your company's current safety and health processes and make fact-based decisions that continually improve overall performance. Newly updated, this edition now also shows you how to incorporate safety management system components into your safety performance program and provides you with additional techniques for analyzing safety performance data.
 

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Contents

chapter 1
1
chapter 2
5
chapter 3
13
chapter 4
21
chapter 5
29
chapter 6
45
chapter 7
53
chapter 8
77
chapter 12
131
chapter13
137
chapter 14
145
chapter 15
153
appendix A
161
appendix B
185
glossary
187
references
199

chapter 9
107
chapter 10
117
chapter 11
125
index
207
about the author
211
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Christopher A. Janicak, Ph.D., CSP, ARM is a Professor of Safety and Graduate Program Coordinator at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Department of Safety Sciences. He is the author of Safety Metrics: Tools and Techniques for Ensuring Safety Performance (2003), Fundamentals of Fire Protection for the Safety Professional (2005), and Applied Statistics in Occupational Safety and Health (2007), all published by Government Institutes.

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