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Advanced Safety Management: Focusing on Z10 and Serious Injury Prevention, 2nd Edition

ISBN: 978-1-118-84098-6
544 pages
March 2014
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Description

  • Provides guidance to managers, safety professionals, educators and students on having operational risk management systems that meet the requirements of Z10.
  • Emphasizes Management Leadership and Employee Involvement, the most important section in Z10, with particular reference to contributions that employees can make.
  • A new provision was added to Z10 on Risk Assessment which along with Avoidance of Human Error is addressed.
  • Revised and expanded coverage of Management of Change and The Procurement Process
  • New chapters cover Macro Thinking – The Socio-Technical Model; Safety Professionals as Culture Change Agents; Prevention through Design, and A Primer on System Safety
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Table of Contents

Foreword ix

Preface to the Second Edition xi

Preface to the First Edition xiii

Acknowledgments xv

Introduction 1

1 Overview of ANSI/AIHA Z10-2012 9

2 Achieving Acceptable Risk Levels: The Operational Goal 37

3 Innovations in Serious Injury and Fatality Prevention 57

4 Human Error Avoidance and Reduction 81

5 Macro Thinking: The Socio-Technical Model 95

6 Safety Professionals as Culture Change Agents 113

7 The Plan-Do-Check-Act Concept (PDCA ) 129

8 Management Leadership and Employee Participation: Section 3.0 of Z10 141

9 Planning: Section 4.0 of Z10 157

10 Implementation and Operation: Section 5.0 of Z10 161

11 A Primer on Hazard Analysis and Risk Ass essment: Sections 4.2 and 5.1.1 of Z10 167

12 Provisions for Risk Ass essments in Standards and Guidelines: Sections 4.2 and 5.1.1 of Z10 207

13 Three- and Four-Dimensional Risk Scoring Systems: Sections 5.1.1 and 5.1.2 of Z10 233

14 Hierarchy of Controls: Section 5.1.2 of Z10 267

15 Safety Design Reviews: Section 5.1.3 of Z10 281

16 Prevention through Design: Sections 5.1.1 to 5.1.4 of Z10 309

17 A Primer on System Safety: Sections 4.0, 4.2, 5.1.1, 5.1.2, and Appendix F 325

18 Lean Concepts––Emphasizing the Design Process: Section 5.1.3 of Z10 341

19 Management of Change: Section 5.1.3 of Z10 359

20 The Procurement Process: Section 5.1.4 of Z10 399

21 Evaluation and Corrective Action: Section 6.0 of Z10 437

22 Incident Investigation: Section 6.2 of Z10 441

23 Audit Requirements: Section 6.3 of Z10 463

24 Management Review: Section 7.0 of Z10 483

25 Comparison: Z10, OTHER SAFETY GUIDELINES AND STANDARDS, AND VPP CERTIFICATION 489

Index 513

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Author Information

FRED A. MANUELE, CSP, PE, is President of Hazards Limited, a company he formed after retiring from Marsh & McLennan, where he was a Managing Director. His experience in the practice of safety spans several decades. He is a Certified Safety Professional and a Registered Professional Engineer. Mr. Manuele was awarded the honor of Fellow by the American Society of Safety Engineers and was given the Distinguished Service to Safety award by the National Safety Council. In 2013, the Board of Certified Safety Professionals recognized his accomplishments through a Lifetime Achievement Award.

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