This quick reference is designed specifically for security professionals who have safety responsibilities in general industry - offices, retail, manufacturing, and other industrial facilities. In a climate of profit driven business challenges, the policies that ensure human welfare should not be difficult to implement. Safety Strategies for the Security Professional presents the daily disciplines of OSHA-compliant safety strategies in a concise and practical manner. With more than a decade of experience in asset protection management, J. Robert Wyman brings the fundamental concepts of safety back into the reach of all safety managers, security professionals, and operations managers who hold the responsibility for occupational health. Easily digestible guidelines for implementing safe practices Applies to a wide variety of industries including retail, warehouse, industrial and office venues Appeals to the unit manager with diverse duties while being comprehensive enough for corporate offices looking for handbooks to drive their safety efforts... 107 Fire, 117-18 doors, 195 extinguishers, 196-97 Fire alarms, manual, 196 Fire departments, local, 20 Fire detection and ... 235a57 forms, 243-57 notice to contractor, 257 record, 252-54 record example, 238a42 safety and health programs, ... 350-51 release, 118-19 Hazardous substances used in workplace, labeling of, 209-14 HBV (Hepatitis B vaccination), 56 ... 296-97 trucks, 262 Hazard analysis and control, job, 182-83 Hazard assessment, 42 blank certification of workplace, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Safety and the Security Professional|
|Author||:||John Robert Wyman|
|Publisher||:||Butterworth-Heinemann - 2000|