Sunday, August 23, 2009

Revised book is essential reading.(IOSH BOOK)(Health and Safety: Risk Management )(Brief article)(Book review).

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Health and safety: risk management is essential reading for health and safety professionals, general managers, NEBOSH Diploma students, and for students working towards degrees, diplomas, postgraduate and vocational qualifications in health and safety.

The fully revised and redesigned third edition incorporates the latest developments in legislation, best practice, British Standards and qualification syllabuses, and is the clearest and most comprehensive book on risk management available today.

It has been written by health and safety research and development specialist, Tony Boyle, and published by IOSH.

The third edition of Health and safety: risk management covers:

* hazard identification;

* risk assessment;

* risk control;

* accident investigation;

* loss and conformity monitoring;

* auditing;

* emergency planning;

* communication;

* training; and

* systems theory.

There are appendices mapping the content to the NEBOSH syllabus, vocational qualification domain knowledge, and IOSH's requirements for academic courses leading to Graduate membership of IOSH.

To download free extracts, or for more information on Health and safety: risk management, or other IOSH titles, please visit our website

Named Works: Health and Safety: Risk Management (Nonfiction work) Book reviews

Source Citation:"Revised book is essential reading.(IOSH BOOK)(Health and Safety: Risk Management )(Brief article)(Book review)." The Safety & Health Practitioner 27.2 (Feb 2009): 23(1). General OneFile. Gale. Alachua County Library District. 23 Aug. 2009

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