Safety Made Easy by John R. Grubbs; Sean M. NelsonAccident prevention signs -- Behavior-based safety (BBS) -- Bloodborne pathogens (exposure control ) -- Chains, slings, and cables -- Compressed gases -- Confined spaces -- Cranes -- Electrical safety -- Emergency action (contingency) planning -- Employee records (exposure and medical) -- Exit routes -- Fire extinguishers -- Fire prevention -- Flammable and combustible liquids -- Guarding floor and wall openings -- Hand and portable power tools -- Hazard communication program -- Hazardous chemicals (process safety management) -- Hazardous waste operations and emergency response (HAZWOPER) -- Ladders -- Lockout/tagout program -- Machinery & machine guarding -- Material handling -- Medical services and first aid -- Noise (hearing conservation) -- Personal protective equipment (PPE) -- Powered industrial vehicles -- Recordkeeping and reporting of occupational injuries and illnesses -- Respiratory protection -- Sanitation -- Scaffolds -- Stairs -- Ventilation -- Welding, cutting and brazing -- Appendix A. OSHA inspection -- Appendix B. OSHA regional offices -- Appendix C. State plan programs -- Appendix D. References -- Appendix E. Essential Internet resources -- Appendix F. Self-inspection checklist. Limited preview.
Hazardous Materials HandbookHazardous materials : laws, regulations, and standards -- Hazardous materials : recognition and identification -- Hazardous materials : information resources -- Hazardous materials : personal protective equipment -- Hazardous materials : protective actions -- Product control and air monitoring -- Terrorism awareness.
Call Number: T55.3.H3 H3773 2008
Hazardous Materials Incidents by Christopher David HawleyHazardous materials : laws, regulations, and standards -- Recognition and identification -- Information resources -- Protection -- Protective actions -- Product control and air monitoring -- Terrorism awareness -- HAZMAT and law enforcement -- Glossary -- Abbreviations.
What is work? Is it simply a burden to be tolerated or something more meaningful to one's sense of identity and self-worth? And why does it matter? In a uniquely thought-provoking book, John W. Budd presents ten historical and contemporary views of work from across the social sciences and humanities.
A brief history of activist graphic media -- Dignity and exploitation -- Health and safety -- Women -- Race and civil rights -- War, peace, and internationalism -- Solidarity and organizing -- Strikes and boycotts...