The Values-Based Safety Process: Improving Your Safety Culture with Behavior-Based Safety, Second Edition

Description

by Terry E. McSween

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A concise and practical guide for establishing safety in the workplace. The values-based safety process uses a behavioral science approach to create ground rules for the types of interpersonal relationships preferred by an organization. Now in its second edition, The Values-Based Safety Process will provide readers with all the basic tools and step-by-step procedures needed to design and implement an effective, ongoing behavioral safety approach that is tailored to fit any company. With the help of new case studies, updated examples, and six new chapters, Terry McSween will demonstrate how to:

    • Conduct a safety assessment using a simple five-step plan
    • Establish mission, values, and milestone targets
    • Develop feedback and involvement guidelines
    • Implement and maintain the behavioral safety process
    • Create a serious-incident prevention process

Managers, supervisors, safety professionals, and employees who participate in safety functions in the nation’s industrial manufacturing and processing plants will find Terry McSween’s book to be an essential working reference. It will show how to develop processes that will dramatically improve safety, boost worker morale, reduce on-the-job injuries, and strengthen any company’s bottom line.

Additional information

Format

Hardback

Language

English

Pages

304

Publisher

Wiley

Publish Date

2003

ISBN 10

0-471-22049-3

ISBN 13

978-0-471-22049-7