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Risk Management to Risk Elimination – Incident Prevention Using Data and Design, Thomas (TJ) Lyons & Cary Usrey

This document offers concrete solutions to at-risk findings long before someone arrives on a project looking for something wrong. Focusing your observation strategy on high risk activities while applying prevention through design controls as you plan will result in incident prevention - and we can prove it.


SHE Aspects of Green Building - VIDEO, Dale Walsh

Safety, health and environmental key aspects in the green building industry are covered in this conference presentation.


Evaluación de la exposición con instrumentación de lectura directa en la construcción-VIDEO, José Carlos Espino

Evaluación de la exposición con instrumentación de lectura directa en la construcción-VIDEO.


Renewable Energy - VIDEO, Paul Colangelo

This conference presentation discusses safety compliance in the renewable energy industry.


ASSE Government Affairs Committee Update - VIDEO, Jim Thornton

This Safety 2013 conference presentation provides an update on the ASSE Government Affairs Committee.


Demystifying Asbestos Regulation: Updates and Emerging Issues, Jeffery C. Camplin

Hazards, risks and misperceptions of asbestos cause problems for safety professionals with regulators, employees and the public during renovation and demolition projects. Learn about current asbestos issues which take the mystery and fear out of this workplace hazard including emerging issues, regulations simplified and handling public relations.


Renewable Energy- Renewing the Commitment to Safety Compliance, Paul J. Colangelo

This document covers the following areas: Photovoltaic, Solar Thermal and Wind Tower construction safety with regard to OSHA's four focus areas of Fall Hazards, Electrical Hazards, Struck by and Caught in Between hazards. Emphasis shall be placed on selection of proper fall protection and prevention systems and NFPA70E worker requirements. Engineering safety into project design; Subcontractor Management; Quality and Sales link to safety; and Pre-job planning are discussed.


Futuristic Fall Protection Now!, J. Nigel Ellis

Learn about the latest systems without harnesses to reduce fall hazards and costs. Keep your in-house standards updated to get the best out of your harness systems. Read about the practical side of fall protection with case histories about unexpected falls/rescues. Learn the four biggest mistakes made when purchasing fall equipment.


Measures of Effect; Near Miss Reporting and Construction Site Injuries, Brian Mckay

This research measures the effect of a novel near miss management program on construction site injuries. The near miss management program elements are described and the effect is proven through univariate and bivariate measures of effect.


Streamlining Safety Operations through the Widespread Use of Mobility Tablets, Richard Baldwin & Jim Barry

Readers will understand the process employed by a major construction firm to streamline safety and health administration through use of mobility tablets containing applications that allow one-time, real time recording of safety and health inspection information, behavioral safety observations and incident investigations, among other functions. From experience on Canadian and U.S. construction projects, the authors will identify the keys to success and time savings with data entry and recording completed while on the project.


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