One of the most important management tasks related to workplace safety is the defining of acceptable
risk. Discuss how the ALARP concept can be used in determining acceptable levels of risk.
In my years in working as a safety manager the most important co
Discuss what you think might be roadblocks to implementing the standard ANSI/AIHA Z10 in
a typical manufacturing organization. Which sections might prove to be the most challenging?
To be honest I am not that familiar with the Z10 process or been in a man
Since risk cannot be reduced to zero, the ALARP concept is often applied. What might be some pitfalls to
applying this concept?
In the safety realm every safety manager does their best to reduce as much risk as possible but you
cannot reduce it to zero (M
As being a safety manager over the past 6 years having management and employees involved in the
safety process benefits the overall safety and health of an organization. I truly believe that it is very
important because I have seen it firsthand. However,
In the text the primary purpose of the Z10 is to reduce the risk of occupational injuries, illnesses, and
fatalities. So with that statement it is not stating for an organization to have a goal of zero injuries,
illnesses, and fatalities. However, the org
The material you have reviewed so far may seem somewhat obtuse when you compare it to the
high-technology world we live in. Values, Vision, Management Commitment, etc. The problem
people dont seem to understand is that this squishy stuff that some people
Why is it important for the safety practitioner to use macro thinking? Provide one or two
examples that support your discussion.
Your response must be at least 75 words in length.
The term Marco thinking is considered to be thinking in a large scale, rang
You have been hired as a consultant to help a local machine shop solve a hazardous noise
problem. The shop is 10,000 square feet in area, with 12-foot-high concrete block walls and a
flat metal roof. Inside the shop are two band saws, two metal