Health and Safety Management Methods


  1. Organizational health and safety roles and responsibilities of employers
  2. Control of the Health and Safety Organization
  3. Organizational Health and Safety Responsibilities – Employers
  4. Organizational Health and Safety Responsibilities – Directors
  5. Planning the Direction of Health and Safety
  6. Delivering the Plan for Health and Safety
  7. Monitoring Health and Safety Performance
  8. Reviewing Health and Safety Performance
  9. Typical Managers’ Organizational Responsibilities
  10. Managing Directors/Chief Executives
  11. Departmental Managers
  12. Supervisors
  13. Role and Functions of Health and Safety Practitioners and Other Advisers
  14. Health and Safety Practitioner
  15. Definition of a Health and Safety Culture
  16. Safety Culture and Safety Performance
  17. Important Indicators of a Health and Safety Culture
  18. Factors Affecting a Health and Safety Culture
  19. Human Factors
  20. The Organization
  21. The Job
  22. Personal Factors
  23. Human Errors and Violations
  24. Human Errors
  25. Violations
  26. Commitment of Management
  27. The Promotion of Health and Safety Standards
  28. Types of Communication
  29. The Health and Safety Poster
  30. Consultation with the Workforce
  31. The Safety Representatives and Safety Committees Regulations
  32. Safety Committees
  33. Accident and Ill-Health Investigations
  34. Training, Facilities and Assistance
  35. The Health and Safety (Consultation with Employees) Regulations
  36. Health and Safety Training
  37. Induction Training
  38. Job-Specific Training
  39. Supervisory and Management Training
  40. Specialist Training
  41. Internal Influences on Health and Safety Performance
  42. Management Commitment
  43. Production/Service Demands
  44. Communication
  45. Competence
  46. Employee Representation
  47. External Influences on Health and Safety Performance
  48. Societal Expectations
  49. Legislation and Enforcement
  50. Insurance Companies
  51. Trade Unions
  52. Economics
  53. Commercial Stakeholders
  54. Supervisory Duties
  55. Assembly and Roll Call
  56. Contacting the Emergency Services
  57. Introduction
  58. Aspects to Consider
  59. Impact on First-Aid Provision if Risks are Significant
  60. Contents of the First-Aid Box
  61. Appointed Persons
  62. A First Aider
  63. Implementation of Changes to First-Aid Training and Approval Arrangements


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