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by James Melville Stewart

Category: Engineering
Subcategory: Engineering and Transport
Author: James Melville Stewart
ISBN: 0471443867
ISBN13: 978-0471443865
Language: English
Publisher: Wiley-Interscience; 1 edition (November 1, 2001)
Pages: 296
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by James Melville Stewart. The questionnaire polled 700 people in the ten companies, "measuring" the level of more than twenty key elements such as: The workers’ perception of the priority given to safety. The belief that all injuries can be prevented. How well safety rules are followed and enforced.

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Advance Praise for The World Class Project Manager. This book is a must-have for any project organization. A must-read for anyone seeking a career in project management or for those looking to move up the project manager food chain. The skill assessments alone are worth the investment in this book "This book is a must-have for any project organization. Not only does it provide a ‘road map’ for the growth and development of individuals as project managers, but it also gives insights on creating an organizational environment that will dramatically increase project success. George M. Hollins, Director, Design & Construction Services, The University of Iowa.

Managing for World Class Safety" first describes the model of safety management that underpins the questionnaire and then demonstrates how this innovative procedure illuminates critical intangibles like management commitment, the enforcement of rules, worker involvement.

Managing for World Class Safety" first describes the model of safety management that underpins the questionnaire and then demonstrates how this innovative procedure illuminates critical intangibles like management commitment, the enforcement of rules, worker involvement, and injury investigation.

Despite the extensive literature on safety, few tools have beenavailable to help managers quantitatively assess the level ofsafety management and the quality of the safety practices inorganizations. In his consulting practice, Dr. Jim Stewart, aformer executive at DuPont, developed such a method, crafting asafety survey centering on a comprehensive questionnaire foremployees at all levels, that reveals the true level of corporatecommitment to safety.

Managing for World Class Safety first describes the modelof safety management that underpins the questionnaire and thendemonstrates how this innovative procedure illuminates criticalintangibles like management commitment, the enforcement of rules,worker involvement, and injury investigation.

The central part of this book is the description of research atthe University of Toronto that applies the questionnaire incomprehensive research at five of the world’s safestcompanies and five with very poor safety. The questionnaire polled700 people in the ten companies, "measuring" the level of more thantwenty key elements such as:

The workers’ perception of the priority given tosafetyThe belief that all injuries can be preventedThe extent to which line management takesresponsibility/accountability for safetyHow well safety rules are followed and enforcedThe frequency and quality of safety meetingsThe level of recognition to reinforce safety excellenceIn every element, the contrast between the responses from thevery safe companies and those from the companies with poor safetywas dramatic, clearly depicting where the former succeed and thelatter failBy developing quantitative benchmark data, Stewart reasons that itwill be easier to convince reluctant management to undertake thefundamental change necessary for a "step change" in their companyperformance. Managing for World Class Safety promises arevolutionary new approach to workplace safety improvement forcorporate leaders, safety professionals, and regulators.
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