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American Industrial Hygiene Association ANSI/AIHA Z10-2005. Fairfax, VA: American Industrial Hygiene Association, 2005 Aug; :1-66
This newly developed OHSMS voluntary consensus standard provides critical management systems requirements and guidelines for improvement of occupational health and safety. Experts from labor, government, professional organizations and industry formulated this valuable standard after extensive examination of current national and international standards, guidelines and practices. ANSI Z10 provides the blueprint for widespread benefits in health and safety, as well as in productivity, financial performance, quality, and other organizational and business objectives. The seven sections include Management Leadership and Employee Participation, Planning, Implementation and Operation, Evaluation and Corrective Action, Management Review. Appendices address roles and responsibilities, policy statements, assessment and prioritization, audit information, and much more.
American Industrial Hygiene Association ANSI/AIHA Z10-2005
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