A Practical Guide to Assessing Operational Risks
2. Auflage Januar 2022
480 Seiten, Hardcover
Preis: 132,00 €
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Explore the fundamentals of risk assessment with references to the latest standards, methodologies, and approaches
The Second Edition of Risk Assessment: A Practical Guide to Assessing Operational Risks delivers a practical exploration of a wide array of risk assessment tools in the contexts of preliminary hazard analysis, job safety analysis, task analysis, job risk assessment, personnel protective equipment hazard assessment, failure mode and effect analysis, and more.
The distinguished authors discuss the latest standards, theories, and methodologies covering the fundamentals of risk assessments, as well as their practical applications for safety, health, and environmental professionals with risk assessment responsibilities. "What If"/Checklist Analysis Methods are included for additional guidance.
Now in full color, the book includes interactive exercises, links, videos, and online risk assessment tools that can be immediately applied by working practitioners. The authors have also included:
* Material that reflects the latest updates to ISO standards, the ASSP Technical Report, and the ANSI Z590.3 Prevention through Design standard
* New hazard phrases for chemical hazards in the Globally Harmonized System, as well as NIOSH's new occupational exposure banding tool
* The new risk-based approach featured in the NAVY IH Field Manual
* New chapters covering business continuity, causal factors analysis, and layers of protection analysis and barrier analysis
An indispensable resource for employed safety professionals in a variety of industries, business leaders and staff personnel with safety responsibilities, and environmental engineers Risk Assessment: A Practical Guide to Assessing Operational Risks is also useful for students in safety, health, and environmental science courses.
Chapter 1: Risk Assessments: Their Significance
Chapter 2: Risk Assessment Standards and Definitions
Chapter 3: Risk Assessment Fundamentals
Chapter 4: Defining Risk Assessment Criteria
Chapter 5: Fundamental Techniques
Chapter 6: Preliminary Hazard and Risk Analysis
Chapter 7: 'What-if' Analysis Methods
Chapter 8: Failure Mode and Effects Analysis
Chapter 9: Bow-Tie Analysis Methodology
Chapter 10: Layers of Control Analysis
Chapter 11: Prevention through Design (PtD) and Design Safety Reviews
Chapter 12: Industrial Hygiene Risk Assessment
Chapter 13: Machine Risk Assessments
Chapter 14: Project Oriented Risk Assessments
Chapter 15: Food Processing Risk Assessments
Chapter 16: Ergonomic Risk Assessment
Chapter 17: Assessing Operational Risks at an Organizational Level
Chapter 18: Risk Assessment Applications in Lean Six Sigma and Environmental Management Systems
Chapter 19: Business Continuity Plan
Chapter 20: Communicate Risk
Bruce K. Lyon, CSP, P.E., SMS, ARM, CHMM, is Vice President of Brown & Brown. He has over 38 years of experience with facilitating, conducting and consulting in operational risk assessment in a variety of industries.
Bruce D. Hollcroft, CSP, ARM, CHMM, is Senior Rick Control Specialist with PayneWest Insurance, a Marsh & McLennan Agency Company in Spokane, Washington. He has nearly 40 years of experience providing safety and risk control services to a variety of industries of all sizes.