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Proper Staffing of an Occupational Safety and Health Office



Uploaded by: Terry Wilkinson on 01/20/2012

Author: William T. Fine

Publication Date: 3/5/1982

Publication Source: ASSE

Summary: This article presents a comprehensive guide for staffing an occupational safety and health office, taking into account the elements most relevant to requirements for professional personnel. The guide place appropriate weight on each of the principal elements; and by a simple calculation, specifies the ideal number of qualified technical safety and health personnel required to conduct a reasonably complete occupational safety and health program.


Keywords: calculations,employee safety,human resources (HR) benchmarking,SH&E management,workplace health and safety,safety professionals,SH&E professionals,SH&E profession,SH&E best practices,SH&E structure,SH&E staffing,human resources and SH&E issues,formula,SH&E function


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