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Risk Control Service Strategy for Excavation, Jim Newberry

In risk control there are a good number of high risk operations that we encounter, but not all risk control representatives have the same technical expertise or background. This service guide is designed to help the novice evaluate excavation while visiting a client with an excavation exposure.

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Risk Control Service Strategy for Fall Protection, Jim Newberry

In risk control there are a good number of high risk operations that we encounter, but not all risk control representatives have the same technical expertise or background. This service guide is designed to help the novice evaluate fall protection while visiting a client with a fall protection exposure.

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Risk Control Service Strategy for Scaffolding, Jim Newberry

In risk control there are a good number of high risk operations that we encounter, but not all risk control representatives have the same technical expertise or background. This service guide is designed to help the novice evaluate scaffolding while visiting a client with a scaffold exposure.

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Risk Control Service Strategy for Lock Out Tag Out, Jim Newberry

In risk control there are a good number of high risk operations that we encounter, but not all risk control representatives have the same technical expertise or background. This service guide is designed to help the novice evaluate LOTO while visiting a client with a LOTO exposure. It also contains an obscure risk assessment for LOTO that is referenced in the OSHA standard, but difficult to find. This service guide is based on OSHA requirements.

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Effective Risk Assessment in TA, JHA, WMS, Take 5 and Incident Investigation - VIDEO, James F. Whiting

This presentation describes how more effective risk assessments can be applied to day-to-day safety management processes to ultimately ensure that they achieve more reliable, consistent results. Risk estimations using semi-quantitative L*C matrix methods can be made more rigorous. An investigation of an actual fatal incident will illustrate the successful links between decision-making and risk assessments.

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Risk Assessment - The Missing Link for EHS Professionals -VIDEO, Lawrence Bamber and John F. Stevens

This presentation examines the UK/EU approach to risk assessment, which is a legal requirement, unlike in the USA. The video highlights risk assessment procedures and practices, and will demonstrate a quantitative methodology for risk assessment linked to control actions and timescales.

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The Value of Vulnerability How to Help Your Workers Realize Their Risk - VIDEO, Anna H.L. Floyd and H. Landis Floyd, II

Creating a heightened risk perception is an imperative first step toward changing behavior. This session will describe the research on why this is true, provide examples of how to achieve it, and explain how to assess the effectiveness of your training programs in raising risk perceptions.

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Fall Hazard Risk Assessment & Ranking, Bethany Harvey

In September 2013, LJB Inc. presented Understanding Risk Assessment & Ranking, a webinar on how best to identify fall hazards and prioritize preventive actions. Speaker Thom Kramer, P.E., CSP, the managing principal at LJB Inc. and chair of ASSE’s Professional Development Conference planning committee, explained that to abate fall hazards, safety professionals need to both evaluate their current methods of risk assessment and identify the top ten risks found in their facilities.

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Occupational Safety and Health Laws in the United States, Mexico, and Canada, Governments of the United States, Mexico, and Canada

This is a historic document titled "Occupational Safety and Health Laws in the United States, Mexico, and Canada". This document would be of value to those SH&E Professionals with goblal responsibilities including Mexico and Canada. The document gives and overview and summary of each country and then does provide some comparisons.

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Lockout/Tagout Risk Assessment: Evaluating Alternative Energy Control, Paul A Zoubek

OSHA Lockout/Tagout Standard exempts traditional lockout methods if access to hazardous energy sources or moving machine parts are routine, repetitive and integral to the use of the equipment for production, provided that the work is performed using alternative measures which provide effective protection (such as interlocked guards). Outlined are risk assessment methods in ANSI Z244.1 to evaluate whether alternative methods will provide proper protection to the worker.

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