Stewart, James Melville Managing for World Class Safety
1. Edition November 2001 102.- Euro 2001. XVIII, 278 Pages, Hardcover - Handbook/Reference Book - ISBN 978-0-471-44386-5 - John Wiley & Sons
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Short description In this book, the author describes groundbreaking research on a unique method of assessing the state of safety management in a company. He then compares this information to how the world's safest companies manage to get their outstanding results. This allows companies for the first time to quantitatively measure such critical intangibles as management commitment and worker involvement as well as injury investigation and enforcement of safety rules.
From the contents Foreword.
The Model of Safety Management.
The Safety Questionnaire.
Selection of Companies for Research.
Analysis of the Questionnaire Results.
The Safety Management Approaches of Five Very Safe Companies.
Conclusions - How Companies Achieve Excellence in Safety.
Applying the Results of the Research.
Appendix A: References and End-Notes.
Appendix B: Nomenclature.
Appendix C: Questions for Interviews of Company Leaders.