Health and safety at work is, for many managers, a difficult subject. As well as being steeped in law, it requires a broad knowledge of many disciplines, such as psychology, engineering, chemistry, ergonomics and medicine, each of them a subject in their own right. Now in its eighth edition, this practical guide unravels the legal complexities and explains how to establish systems and procedures for effective health and safety management in any type of organization. Fully revised, it includes important information on new areas including risk management, record keeping standards, HSE management standards and the Disability Discrimination Act 1995. Filled with expert knowledge, this popular book continues to provide hands-on, jargon-free advice for all levels of management; A Manager's Guide to Health and Safety at Work is an invaluable guide for any manager or student of the subject.The more serious internal injuries include hernias (ruptures), prolapsed intervertebral discs, and ligamental and muscle strains. It is these internal injuries that result in manual handling injuries being the principal cause of lost time from work.
|Title||:||The Manager's Guide to Health and Safety at Work|
|Publisher||:||Kogan Page Publishers - 2006|