The Safety Professionals Handbook, Second Edition, 2012, Volume I – Management Applications ISBN 978-1-885581-60-0 & Volume II – Technical Applications ISBN 978-1-885581-61-7, ASSE, Joel M. Haight, Editor, Hardcover

The Safety Professionals Handbook, Second Edition, 2012, Volume I – Management Applications ISBN 978-1-885581-60-0 & Volume II – Technical Applications ISBN 978-1-885581-61-7, ASSE, Joel M. Haight, Editor, Hardcover

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Hardcover
Publisher: ASSE; 2nd edition (2012)
ASIN: B007VIMVHO
Product Dimensions: 12.4 x 10.6 x 6.5 inches
Shipping Weight: 12.6 pounds
Volume I – Management Applications
2012, ASSE; Hardcover, 976 pages
ISBN 978-1-885581-60-0
Item # 4427

Volume II – Technical Applications
2012, ASSE; Hardcover, 1184 pages
ISBN 978-1-885581-61-7
Item # 4428


– The Safety Professionals Handbook Volumes I & II is your complete resource for standards and regulations, scientific and engineering principles, budgeting, benchmarking, and best practices. A thorough reference for managing and improving safety, health and environmental programs.

– The Safety Professionals Handbook, Second Edition, continues ASSE’s commitment to providing a unique resource to practicing safety professionals, in one source that can be easily accessed and understood. No other EHS publication offers the breadth of information from such a multitude of experienced safety professionals.
NEW INFORMATION ON:
– Environmental Management Systems
– Information Management Systems
– Industrial Hygiene
– Substance Abuse Prevention & Workers’ Compensation
– Sustainability

UPDATES ON ALL CHAPTERS INCLUDING:
– Aging Workforce
– OSHA Training Requirements
– OSHA Outreach Training Program
The second edition broadens the scope of what EHS professionals consider the most important and essential health and safety programs and information, covering each topic area from several points of view; regulatory, science and engineering, cost analysis and budgeting, benchmarking and performance criteria, and best practices. Also included are the results of new research on subjects ranging from resource allocation modeling and improved hazardous materials handling to work physiology improvements.
Readers can have confidence in the technical accuracy and the depth and breadth of coverage in the book. Readers can measure their own experiences against both the summary of the research and the validated experience and insight of our authors.
Table of Contents
THE SAFETY PROFESSIONALS HANDBOOK
Volume I – Management Applications
2012, ASSE; Hardcover, 976 pages
ISBN 978-1-885581-60-0
Item # 4427

Foreword v
Preface vii
Acknowledgments ix
About the Editor xi
About the Section Coordinators xi
About the Authors xii
Technical Reviewers xv


Contents


Basic Economic Analysis and Engineering Economics (Anthony Veltri and James D. Ramsay) 1
Sustainability and the Safety, Health, and Environmental Professional (Kathy A. Seabrook, Robert Stewart, Jeffery Camplin, and Mike Taubitz) 17

Section 1 Management of Safety Engineering Work 47
Regulatory Issues (Anjan K. Majumder) 49
Applied Science and EngineeringGeneral Safety Management (Jeffery C. Camplin) 63
Managing a Safety Engineering Project (Joel M. Haight) 113
Global Issues (Kathy A. Seabrook) 149
Cost Analysis and Budgeting (T. Michael Toole) 177
Benchmarking and Performance Criteria (Christopher Janicak) 199
Best Practices (Linda Rowley) 221

Section 2 Hazard Communication and Right-to-Know 235
Regulatory Issues (James M. Miller) 237
Cost Analysis and Budgeting (James D. Ramsay and Anthony Veltri) 293
Benchmarking and Performance Criteria (David Fender and Hamid Fonooni) 311
Best Practices (Sharon Campbell) 327


Section 3 Environmental Management 371
Air Pollution Control and Mitigation (Anthony J. Joseph and Tyler Nguyen) 373
Water and Wastewater ( Judy Freeman) 407
Solid Waste (William S. Fink) 433
Hazardous Waste (Salvatore Caccavale, Barry R. Weissman, Thomas S. Butler, Jr.,and Judy Freeman) 461
Hazardous Material Spills and Response (George Walton and Cherie Walton) 497
Management Systems (Robert R. Stewart) 541

Section 4 Safety and Health Training 567
Regulatory Issues
– OSHA (Lon Ferguson) 569
– EPA (Charles Stanfill, Jr.) 583
– NIOSH, ANSI Z490, and Other Standards (David Coble) 597
Applied Science and Engineering:
– Safety Training Theories (Phyllis Simmons) 613
– Safety Training and Documentation Principles (Fred Fanning) 639
Cost Analysis and Budgeting (Brent Altemose) 657
Benchmarking and Performance Criteria (Richard A. Stempniak and Linda Tapp) 673
Best Practices (Michael Behm and C. Keith Stalnaker) 689

Section 5 Workers’ Compensation 699
Regulatory Issues (Adele L. Abrams) 701
Benchmarking and Performance Criteria (James Bradshaw) 725
Best Practices (Fred Drennan and Katina Drennan) 735

Section 6 Fleet Safety 755
Regulatory Issues
– DOT Regulations (Gregory L. Smith) 757
– OSHA and Other Regulations (Nancy Bendickson) 767
Applied Science and Engineering
– Vehicles and Accidents (Jubal Hammernik and Peter M. Himpsel) 779
– Vehicle Engineering and Ergonomics (Dennis R. Andrews) 791
Cost Analysis and Budgeting (Fran Sehn) 841
Benchmarking and Performance Criteria (Edward Musal) 859
Best Practices (Phil Moser, Carmen W. Daecher, and Amy Stewart) 879Appendix: Formulas, Computations, and Rules-of-Thumb (Ben Cranor and Matthew Elam) 897
Index 933

Volume II – Technical Applications
2012, ASSE; Hardcover, 1184 pages
ISBN 978-1-885581-61-7
Item # 4428
Foreword v
Preface vii
Acknowledgments ix
About the Editor xi
About the Section Coordinators xi
About the Authors xii
Technical Reviewers xv


Contents


Basic Economic Analysis and Engineering Economics (Anthony Veltri and James D. Ramsay) 1
Sustainability and the Safety, Health, and Environmental Professional (Kathy A. Seabrook, Robert Stewart,Jeffery Camplin, and Mike Taubitz) 17
Section 1 Risk Assessment and Hazard Control 47
Regulatory Issues (Jerry Fields) 49
Applied Science and Engineering
– Systems and Process Safety (Mark D. Hansen) 67
– Electrical Safety (Steven J. Owen) 101
– Permit-to-Work Systems (David Dodge) 139
– Basic Safety Engineering (John Mroszczyk) 163
– Pressure Vessel Safety (Mohammad A. Malek) 205
 Cost Analysis and Budgeting (Mark Friend) 233
Benchmarking and Performance Appraisal Criteria (Brooks Carder and Patrick Ragan) 249
Best Practices (Stephen Wallace) 279

Section 2 Emergency Preparedness 331
Regulatory Issues (Jon J. Pina) 333
Applied Science and Engineering (Susan M. Smith) 357
Cost Analysis and Budgeting (Pam Walaski) 385
Benchmarking and Performance Criteria (Bruce J. Rottner and Brian Hitt) 411
Best Practices (Philip E. Goldsmith) 427


Section 3 Fire Prevention and Protection 441
Regulatory Issues (James H. Olds) 443
Applied Science and Engineering
– Fire Dynamics (David G. Lilley) 467
– Fire Prevention and Control (Craig Schroll) 515
– Fire Suppression and Detection (Dick Decker) 547
Cost Analysis and Budgeting (James G. Gallup and Kenneth Lewis) 595
Benchmarking and Performance Criteria (Wayne Onyx) 605
Best Practices (Craig A. Brown) 619

Section 4 Industrial Hygiene 657
Regulatory Issues (Gayla McCluskey) 659
Applied Science and Engineering
– General Principles (Susan Arnold, Deborah Imel Nelson, and Sheryl A. Milz) 687
– Chemical Hazards (William Piispanen) 711
– Physical Hazards (James C. Rock) 731
– Biological Hazards (Michael A. Charlton) 775
Cost Analysis and Budgeting (David Eherts) 793
Benchmarking and Performance Criteria (Forrest Illing and Eric Stager) 807
Best Practices (S. Z. Mansdorf) 827

Section 5 Personal Protective Equipment 837
Regulatory Issues (Michael Formaini) 839
Applied Science and Engineering (David C. May) 843
Cost Analysis and Budgeting (Kevin E. Stroup) 903
Benchmarking and Performance Criteria (Kevin E. Stroup) 915
Best Practices (Michael B. Blayney) 923
Section 6 Ergonomics and Human Factors Engineering 933
Regulatory Issues (Carol Stuart-Buttle) 935
Applied Science and Engineering
– Principles of Ergonomics (Magdy Akladios) 955
– Work Physiology (Carter J. Kerk and Adam K. Piper) 981
– Principles of Human Factors (Steven F. Wiker) 1003
Cost Analysis and Budgeting (Rani A. Kady, Kevin Barefield, and Jerry Davis) 1043
Benchmarking and Performance Criteria (William Coffey) 1061
Best Practices (Farhad Booeshaghi) 1079
Appendix: Formulas, Computations, and Rules-of-Thumb (Ben Cranor and Matthew Elam) 1101
Index 1137

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