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Chapter_21_22_23 073011 - Chapter 21 Lets Find A Way: S a...

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1 Chapter 21 Let’s Find A Way: Safety Communication • A large percentage of injuries occur when people are not aware of the policies, methods, or basic skills needed to perform a job safely. The Communicator • You are the communicator • This means, you are the primary conveyor of safety and health messages whether you are the manager, supervisor, or safety and health professional.
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2 Safety Culture • Many factors impact the culture of the workplace. They include: • Intelligence, job knowledge, emotions, motivation, characteristics, handicaps, family situations, peer groups, and values! Communication Tools • Written materials • Bulletin boards • Electronic signs • Posters • Use of your public address system • Safety and health talks • Plan your lines of communications and keep them open!
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3 Chapter 22 Everything Costs Dollars: Budgeting for Safety and Health Budget Items • Personnel cost • Equipment • Travel • Administrative Cost • Compliance Cost • Contracts
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2011 for the course HSMB 303 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '10 term at SUNY Canton.

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