About the Author
Bruce K. Lyon, CSP, PE, SMS, ARM, CHMM, is Vice President, Risk Management Services, at Hays Companies. He has more than 30 years’ experience conducting and facilitating operational risk assessments. Lyon has written several books and articles on risk, including Risk Management Tools for Safety Professionals (ASSP 2018). Lyon serves as chair of the United States Technical Advisory Group: Technical Committee for ISO 31000 and is the vice chair of the Z590.3 Prevention Through Design committee. He received the 2018 CSP Award of Excellence from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals.
Georgi Popov, PhD, CSP, QEP, SMS, ARM, CMC, FAIHA, is professor at the University of Central Missouri, teaching risk assessment. His research interests include risk assessment, safety management, prevention through design, and business aspects of OSH. Popov has written several books and articles on risk, including Risk Management Tools for Safety Professionals (ASSP 2018). Popov serves on the United States Technical Advisory Group: Technical Committee for ISO 31000 and is the chair of the Z590.3 Prevention Through Design committee. In 2017 he received ASSP’s William E. Tarrants Outstanding Safety Educator Award.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. On the Concept of Risk
Chapter 2. Historical Perspective
Chapter 3. Managing Risk
Chapter 4. Planning the Assessment
Chapter 5. Selecting Methods
Chapter 6. Managing Information and Decision Models
Chapter 7. Identifying Risk
Chapter 8. Analyzing Risk
Chapter 9. Evaluating Risk
Chapter 10. Treating Risk
Chapter 11. Monitoring and Reporting Risk
Chapter 12. Communicating Risk
Chapter 13. Practical Applications of Risk Management Methods
Author: Bruce K. Lyon and Georgi Popov
Publisher: American Society of Safety Professionals
Pages: Est. 288
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