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Explain why an independent union safety and health committee can be important. 22. What guidelines should both labor and management consider when establishing a joint safety and health committee at a workplace? 23. Discuss the major safety and health issues management must address. 1146/Chapter 01I 9/13/00 2:44 PM Page 28 1146/Chapter 02I 9/13/00 4:57 PM Page 29 2 The Safety Professional Edited by James T. O’Reilly, JD Richard J. Hackman, CIH, QEP 30 PROFESSIONALS IN LOSS CONTROL 37 Loss Control Specialists • Industrial Hygienists • Staff Medical Personnel 34 EXPANDED ROLES Economic Issues • Ethical Issues • Effects of Globalization • Selling SH&E Program Benefits to Managers • Consulting and Expert Witness Roles 36 TRAINING FOR THE NEW ROLES 36 LIABILITY ISSUES Personal Liability Questions • Professional Liability of Consultants FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES Technology Changes • Better Control of Risks • Product Stewardship Roles • Indoor Air Quality • “The Shift to the Subtle” • Regulatory Agency Influences • Effects of Ergonomics 38 SUMMARY 38 REFERENCES 38 REVIEW QUESTIONS 1146/Chapter 02I 9/13/00 4:57 PM Page 30 30 The Safety Professional T he safety, health, and environmental professional (SH&E) plays several critically important roles in business and governmental settings: to save lives, to prevent harm to workers, to maintain productivity, and to encourage retention of productive workers by enhancing the perception that the facility provides a safe and healthy work environment.

Steel d. agriculture 10. When was the National Safety Council started? a. 1910 b. 1905 c. 1912 d. 1915 11. What is the “Three E’s of Safety” concept? REVIEW QUESTIONS 1. List the six reasons for preventing injuries and occupational illnesses as given in the text. a. b. c. d. e. f. 2. With the Industrial Revolution came innovations in the processes and organization of production known as the factory system. List four components of the factory system that emerged at that time. a. b. c. d. 3. What industry introduced the factory system in the United States?

Companies can use ISO 9000 as an international benchmark against which they can measure their own performance. Companies do not need to follow all the 9000 standards, however. For example, organizations involved in manufacturing, shipping, research and development, and service contracts would choose ISO 9001 as their benchmark. 20). The following list indicates how this quality standard would apply to health and safety or environmental management in a company’s operations. 1 Management Responsibility: Responsibility and commitment required of management to establish, disseminate, monitor, and refine an environmental health and safety program in the company.

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