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766 Safety Management Systems: Is Your Training Right?


Summary: The authors and their associates at The University of Alabama (UA) have extensive experience in partnering with organizations to identify deficiencies and increase overall health and safety performance. This experience has been earned through the OSHA On-site Consultation service for the state of Alabama and the UA OSHA Training Institute Education Center (UA OTI EC). Early observations and data from this program helped OSHA in identifying the four components that are believed to form an effective safety management system: (1) Management commitment and employee involvement, (2) worksite analysis, (3) hazard prevention and control, and (4) safety and health training.


 

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