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Introduction to Health and Safety Management By Safety Agenda
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This book is for managers and workers within the construction industry who need a short, readable introduction to Health and Safety Management, written in plain English. Topics covered include: What... More > is a hazard? The risk hierarchy; Risk assessment; HS(G) 65, successful management of Health and Safety; The hidden costs of poor Health and Safety management; Work equipment and lifting: PUWER and LOLER; Personal protective equipment (PPE); Manual handling; Slips, trips and falls; Electrical hazards; Fire hazards; Safety signs; Hazardous substances: COSHH; Display screen equipment (DSE); Accident and near miss reporting; Continual improvement; The Deming cycle; Negotiating change; Bonus: Exam technique; Bonus: Relevant acts and regulations;< Less
Management Of Children In Regard To Health By WM.A.ALCOTT
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Management of Children in Regard to Health:The present edition has been much enlarged. The author has added a section on the conduct and management of the mother herself, besides several other... More > important amendments and additions. The whole has also been carefully revised, and we cannot but indulge the hope that no popular work of the kind will be found more perfect, or more worthy of the public confidence.< Less
An Alternative Way of Managing Health & Safety By Jose D. Pérezgonzález
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“An Alternative Way of Managing Health & Safety” offers the theoretical frame of a generic systems model for the management of health, safety and related topics. It represents a step... More > forward from previous theoretical and empirical work (e.g. Pérezgonzález, 2005a, b), and has the following main features: it proposes a theoretical formulation of a generic Health and Safety Management System for most industrial and service sectors, it offers clear graphic lines of influence of the different components in the Health and Safety Management System on organisational health and safety, it reviews and updates Pérezgonzález’s theoretical and graphical model, and, finally, it reviews and edits the text layout so that it now describes an integrated Health and Safety Management System instead of a research objective.< Less
An Alternative Way of Managing Health & Safety By Jose D. Pérezgonzález
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“An Alternative Way of Managing Health & Safety” offers the theoretical frame of a generic systems model for the management of health, safety and related topics. It represents a step... More > forward from previous theoretical and empirical work (e.g. Pérezgonzález, 2005a, b), and has the following main features: it proposes a theoretical formulation of a generic Health and Safety Management System for most industrial and service sectors, it offers clear graphic lines of influence of the different components in the Health and Safety Management System on organisational health and safety, it reviews and updates Pérezgonzález’s theoretical and graphical model, and, finally, it reviews and edits the text layout so that it now describes an integrated Health and Safety Management System instead of a research objective.< Less
The Manager's Guide to Workplace Health and Safety By Earl C. Gonzalez
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The Manager's Guide to Workplace Health and Safety. Keep your employees healthy, safe and on the job. By Ravinder Tulsiani
HEALTH IMPROVEMENT AND POVERTY REDUCTION MANAGEMENT By Sonsoles Rodríguez González, Laureano Rodríguez Navarro
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To succeed, we need to focus on the most important links between poverty, the environment and sustainable development. For many, ensuring sound environmental management means curtailment of economic... More > opportunities and growth, rather than their expansion … too often; it is viewed as a cost rather than an investment. There is no simple relationship between economic growth and environmental degradation, but appropriate policies nationally and internationally can have a major impact on both fronts. To this end, we need to look beyond what environmental institutions can do, and search for opportunities across all sectors< Less
HEALTH IMPROVEMENT AND POVERTY REDUCTION MANAGEMENT By Sonsoles Rodríguez González, Laureano Rodríguez Navarro
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While the last century saw great progress in reducing poverty and improving well-being, poverty remains a global problem of huge proportions. Of the world’s 6 billion people, 2.8 billion live... More > on less than $2 a day, and 1.2 billion on less than $1 a day. To address this challenge, the world’s governments committed themselves at the United Nations Millennium Summit to the Millennium Development Goals, including the overarching goal of halving extreme poverty by the year 2015.< Less
Terms of the Trade: Compilation of Definitions for the Absence, Disability, Health and Productivity Professional By Disability Management Employer Coalition
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This glossary, with more than 870 words, phrases and terms, is the final publication in a three-book resource guide series for absence, wellness and disability professionals. Industry practitioners... More > and thought leaders will find this manual a valuable reference in developing programs that seek to improve the health and productivity of their workforce. Previous books cover the development of integrated disability, absence and productivity models and establishment the of return-to-work programs.< Less
The Young Mother or Management of Children in Regard to Health By WM. A. Alcott
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It is far from being in the power of every young mother to procure a suitable room for a nursery. In the present state of society, the majority must be contented with such places as they can get.... More > Still there are various reasons for saying what a nursery should be. 1. It may be of service to those who have the power of selection. 2. Information cannot injure those who have not. 3. It may lead those who have wealth to extend the hand of charity in this important direction; for there are not a few who have little sympathy with the wants and distresses of the adult poor, who will yet open their hearts and unfold their hands for the relief of suffering infancy. Among those who have what is called a nursery, few select for this purpose the most appropriate part of the building. It is not unfrequently the one that can best be spared, is most retired, or most convenient. Whether it is most favorable to the health and happiness of its occupants, is usually at best a secondary consideration.< Less
AGL - MANAGEMENT OF PRIMARY HEALTH CARE - in developing countries By Dr. Bob Boland
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AGL group based two day training program on the management of PHC (Primary Health Care) in developing countries. Includes: priorities, planning. management and evaluation. Developed at Johns Hopkins... More > School of Public Health. Can be updated and customized for each country and location.< Less