technique available

technique available
Identification of hazards in the workplace involved several technique available to the safety professional. Name 3 (three) of the five and list their perceived benefits or strengths and weaknesses of each technique. (See the book pp 41)
#1

Hazard identification techniques can be quantified as either proactive or reactive…. Give a specific example of a reactive hazard identification technique and why using a real world example of why is not a good idea to rely on this technique to identify work hazards. (see the book pp 14-15)

Question #3

What is the difference between a Permit-Required Confined Spaces and a Confined Space? What are the conditions in which employers can reclassify a Permit-Required Confined Spaces to Confined Space? Explain and Provide example.

Question #4

Each level of worker in and organization (management, Supervisors, Employee) bears some responsibility and accountability to Management of Rick responsibility within an organization. Make a case as to which “level” or category of worker is most critical to Risk Management effectiveness. Which level of worker is most important in your view to risk management?

Question #6

Identification of hazards in the workplace involved several technique available to the safety professional. Name 3 (three) of the five and list their perceived benefits or strengths and weaknesses of each technique. (See the book pp 41)

Question #8

The first step in keeping workers safe is to recognize and identity existing and potential hazards in the workplace and understand the consequences of worker exposure. Identity the 5(five) steps of
analyzing and assessing hazards in the workplace listed in the text.
Question #10

After hazard identification is done and controls and training measure put into place workers still put themselves at risk of injury by placing or participation in at-risk event. What are at-risk event and in your view contributes to Ee’s participating in at-risk events or how are they developed?

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