Safety and the Security Professional: Occupational Safety and Health Strategies.
J. Robert Wyman
This book provides guidelines and templates to help security professionals create a general safety program for retail, warehouse, industrial, and office facilities. The first section of this book explores such topics as the role of security in a safety program, government agencies and resources, and the financial impact of safety programs. The second and third sections cover the specific building blocks of a safety program and include information needed to develop a safety strategy that is compliant with the standards of the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Included in the appendices are a safety binder flowchart and a safety strategy worksheet. Reviewed in Security Management, March 2001.
400 pp., 2000, SCVR
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|Date:||Mar 1, 2005|
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