Back to Techniques of Safety Management - A Systems Approach, 4th Edition
The fourth edition of Techniques of Safety Management provides techniques that managers can use to create an effective behavior-based safety management program, especially in the areas of measurement and accountability. The author also discusses proactive and reactive system elements necessary to implement such a system. Proactive elements are defined as: changing behavior; changing physical conditions; changing the management systems; and using ergonomic principles to design a healthier and more productive environment. Reactive elements include accident investigation and recordkeeping. This book is directed at safety professionals, industry specialists, part-time safety specialists in industry, line managers in industry and private consultants. It is also useful as a supplementary text for students in undergraduate and graduate safety programs.
Author: Dan Petersen
Publisher: American Society of Safety Engineers
About the Author
Dan Petersen was a consultant in safety management and organizational behavior. He was responsible for creating the Graduate Program in Safety Management at the University of Arizona. He has held Director-level positions with Allstate, Nationwide and Industrial Indemnity, and Wausau Insurance where he was an Assistant Vice President. He was also on the faculty of Colorado State University and Arizona State University.
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