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PtD addresses worker exposure to
hazards during the design stages of
a project. One of the best ways to
prevent and control occupational
injuries, illnesses, and fatalities
is to “design out” or minimize
hazards and risks. NIOSH leads a
national initiative called Prevention
through Design (PtD). PtD’s
purpose is to promote this concept
and highlight its importance in
all business decisions.
The purpose of this research project was to better understand compensation trends among Safety, Health, and Environmental (SH&E) professionals. Since 2008, the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) has measured and reported salary and employment trend data as a service to its certificants and SH&E professionals. In 2015, BCSP hoped to develop a more complete SH&E employment trend and salary picture by inviting five partners to participate in the data collection process. Partners: ASSE - American Society of Safety Engineers; ABIH - American Board of Industrial Hygiene; AHMP - Alliance of Hazardous Materials Professionals;
AIHA - American Industrial Hygiene Association; and IHMM - Institute of Hazardous Materials Management.
A 2015 American Society of Safety Engineers survey of more than 9,000 occupational safety and health professionals reveals they earn an annual base salary on average of $98,000, an increase of $8,000 since the survey was taken two years ago.
The ASSE survey results are part of an expansive collaboration with the American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH), Alliance of Hazardous Materials Professionals (AHMP), American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA), Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) and Institute of Hazardous Materials Management (IHMM).
A summary is provided and includes a link to download the full report.
This manual provides an overview of statistical methods that are applicable to the various life cycles of a typical environmental project. The manual explains basic statistical concepts and their application to environmental projects. The manual may be used as a desk-top reference, as it provides step-by-step instructions for conducting a variety of useful and common statistical tests for environmental data. This manual is not intended to replace statistical texts or electronic statistical software. It does not present derivations of statistical formulas or a comprehensive treatment of statistical concepts, but focuses on the application of select statistical methods.
This Engineering Manual (EM) provides information about the design of systems to monitor, collect, transport, and treat gas from municipal, industrial and hazardous waste landfills. The EM describes various landfill gas (LFG) emission control techniques and presents design procedures relative to each. The following topics are discussed in this EM: a. Reasons for LFG control; b. Theory of LFG emissions; c. LFG and condensate characteristics; d. Estimation of LFG production; e. LFG collection and treatment design considerations; f. Operation and maintenance (O&M) requirements; and g. Regulatory requirements.
This manual provides guidance in the mechanical and electrical design of navigation lock and dam operating equipment and control systems for both new construction and the rehabilitation of existing projects.
This manual prescribes the requirements of the Radiation Protection Program of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) contained in Engineer Regulation 385-1-80, Ionizing Radiation Protection. It is to be used when activities utilize or handle radioactive material (which includes radioactive waste) or a radiation generative device.
The primary purpose of this Engineer Manual is to provide guidance for evaluation of the feasibility of in-situ air sparging (IAS) for remediation of contaminated groundwater and soil. A secondary purpose is to design and operational considerations for IAS systems. The foundation of Corps of Engineers environmental work is the Environmental Operating Principles as specified in ER-200-1-5. These seven tenets serve as guides and must be applied in all Corps business lines as we strive to achieve a sustainable environment.
This Engineer Manual provides guidance and background for the appropriate screening and selection of in situ thermal remediation (ISTR) technologies, including steam enhanced extraction injection, electrical resistivity heating, and thermal conductive heating. This document is intended to help distinguish proper applications of the technology and identify important design, operational, and monitoring issues relevant to Government oversight personnel. It is intended for use by engineers, geologists, hydrogeologists, soil scientists, chemists, project managers, and others who possess a technical education but only the broadest familiarity with ISTR technologies.
This manual prescribes the safety and health requirements for all Corps of Engineers activities and operations. It applies to Headquarters, US Army Corps of Engineers (HQUSACE) elements, major subordinate commands, districts, centers, laboratories, and field operating activities (FOA), as well as USACE contracts and those administered on behalf of USACE. Applicability extends to occupational exposure for missions under the command of the Chief of Engineers, whether accomplished by military, civilian, or contractor personnel.
The Body of Knowledge project is dedicated to creating a living reference that represents the collective knowledge of the Safety, Health and Environmental profession. While the preliminary work has begun, there is still more to do. The purpose of this website is to introduce subject areas that will eventually be part of the Body of Knowledge, and to gather feedback on the future direction, and ongoing assessment of what needs to be completed.
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