As a safety manager in today's work environment, you wear hats in many different fields. Sometimes you need only a specific formula or drawing to understand the current situation. This resource supplies it. Or maybe you want to know where to find more information on a specific subject. This resource has it. The Safety Officer's Concise Desk Reference covers the basics in a user-friendly format and provides specific references of where and how to obtain additional information on each subject. While there are entire books devoted to almost every item in this book, nowhere else will you find these issues covered in a concise reference format. It gives you the essentials to get through the task immediately before you, providing the necessary information and references, while not burdening you with unimportant information. And, after a specific crisis is contained, it provides you with resources for where and how to obtain additional information. Need to make doctor's reports and fill out workers compensation forms? Detailed explanations make these easy to reference, understand, and explain. Need a mathematical formula or conversion? Again, available in an easy-to-find format. During a crisis, you need a resource that puts information at your fingertips. You need go no further than The Safety Officer's Desk Reference.If leakage is from a poorly fitting facepiece, try another size of the same model respirator, or another model of respirator. (5) Follow the manufacturera#39;s instructions for operating the Portacount and proceed with the test. (6) The test subject shallanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Safety Officer's Concise Desk Reference|
|Author||:||Daniel Patrick O'Brien|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2001-07-30|