Safety Program Design And Management. Module II: Man, Machine, Environment. Instructor Manual.
NIOSH 1978:189 pages
The instructor's manual (Man, Machine, Environment) for the NIOSH Safety Program Design and Management course is presented. The module is a review of system safety techniques useful for occupational safety specialists in recognizing, evaluating, and controlling hazards. The module can be presented to a group of about 30 people, requiring 1.5 days to present. This amounts to 12 50 minute periods of classwork. The module is made up of seven lessons. The first lesson deals with systems safety development. The second lesson discusses the use of tables as a technique for systems safety evaluation. The application of tables to mode and effect analysis in hazard studies is considered. Lesson 3 discusses the use of logic diagrams in systems safety techniques. The fourth lesson discusses logic diagrams and symbols. Lesson 5 presents multiple systems safety techniques. The sixth lesson considers success analysis. Management oversight and risk trees are discussed. The seventh lesson considers energy transfers and strategies for controlling energy transfers. Suggestions for audiovisual aids to supplement the lecture materials are provided.
NIOSH-Author; Humans; Sampling-equipment; Sampling-methods; Safety-monitoring; Analytical-instruments; Injuries; Humans; Environmental-protection; Environmental-engineering;
NTIS Accession No.
Division of Training and Manpower Development, NIOSH, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Cincinnati, Ohio, 189 pages, 28 references