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The Safety Books for References

  • Analyzing Safety System Effectiveness (Industrial Health & Safety) by Dan Petersen.
  • Analyzing Performance Problems: Or, You Really Oughta Wanna by Robert F. Mager, Peter Pipe.
  • Basic Concepts of Industrial Hygiene by Ronald M. Scott.

  • Risk Assessment and Management Handbook by Rao V. Kolluru.
  • Safety, Systems and People by Sue and Tom Cox.

  • Building a Better Safety and Health Committee by John P.Spath.

  • Construction Safety by Jimmie W. Hinze.

  • Safety Supervision by Dan Petersen.

  • Safety 24/7: Building an Incident-Free Culture by Robert L. Lorber, Ph.D. Gregory M. Anderson.

  • Construction Safety and Health Management by Richard J. Coble.

  • Techniques of Safety Management: A Systems Approach by Dan Petersen

  • Ergonomic Problems in the Workplace: A Guide to Effective Management by James E. Roughton.

  • Productive Safety Management by Tania Mol

  • Human Error Reduction and Safety Management by Dan Petersen.

  • Leadership in Safety Management by James R. Thomen.

  • Managing Worker Safety and Health for Excellence (Occupational Health & Safety) by Margaret R. Richardson.

  • Construction Site Safety: A Guide for Managing Contractors by Richard D. Hislop

  • Practical Health and Safety Management for Small Businesses by Jacqueline Jeynes

  • Workplace Wellness: The Key to Higher Productivity and Lower Health Costs by Carol B. Grant.

  • The Values-Based Safety Process: Improving Your Safety Culture with Behavior-Based Safety by Terry E. McSween.

  • Implementing Total Safety Management by David L. Goetsch

  • Illustrated Dictionary and Resource Directory of Environmental and Occupational Health by Herman Koren

  • The Behavior-Based Safety Process: Managing Involvement for an Injury-Free Culture by Thomas R. Krause

  • Values-Based Safety Process: Improving Your Safety Culture With Behavior-Based Safety by Terry E. McSween

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