Preface to the Second Edition.
Preface to the First Edition.
Superior Safety Performance: A Reflection of an Organization’s Culture.
Transitions Affecting the Practice of Safety.
Defining the Practice of Safety.
Principles for the Practice of Safety: A Basis for Discussion.
Academic and Skill Requirements for the Practice of Safety.
On Becoming a Profession.
Heinrich Revisited: Truisms or Myths.
Addressing Severe Injury Potential.
Observations on Causation Models for Hazards-Related Incidents.
A Systemic Causation Model for Hazards-Related Incidents.
Incident Investigation: Studies of Quality.
Designer Incident Investigation.
Comments on Hazards and Risks.
Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment.
Safety Professionals and the Design Process.
Guidelines: Designing for Safety.
System Safety: The Concept.
Applied Ergonomics: Significance and Opportunity.
On Quality Management and the Practice of Safety.
A Safety Management Standard: A Futuristic View.
On Safety, Health, and Environmental Audits.
Measurement of Safety Performance.
"This is a book to be read now for its educational value and also to be kept on the shelf for easy future reference." (Chemistry International, January-February 2004)
"...a useful fountain of knowledge..." (Quality World, October 2003)