OSH 3651: Total Environmental Health and Safety Management


Provides a comprehensive study of the essential components needed in developing an effective safety management system. Examines the cultural aspects of integrating total safety management into all levels of an operation.


  1. Develop effective safety management policy statements, goals, and objectives.
  2. Evaluate how accountability affects performance management in safety management programs.
  3. Analyze the importance of clarity in assigning safety-related job tasks.
  4. Examine the components of an effective hazard prevention and control system.
  5. Apply risk management principles to reduce the impact of workplace hazards.
  6. Relate continuous improvement principles to safety management concepts.
  7. Examine management tools necessary to implement effective safety management systems.


  1. OSH 3001
  2. OSH 3525


Advanced safety management: Focusing on Z10.0, 45001 and serious injury prevention (Rev: 3rd ed.)

Publisher: Wiley (2020)
Author: Manuele, F. A.
ISBN: 9781119605416
Price: (No information available)

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