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    Safety+Health

    Safety+Health -- August 2016

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    August 2016

    Volume: 194
    Edition: 2

    Digital edition

    GREATEST TRAINING CHALLENGES

    2016 Training Survey

    How much does your organization spend on worker safety training?
    How much should an organization spend on training? How should that training be presented? Safety professionals across a variety of industries participated in Safety+Health’s inaugural Training Survey to provide answers.
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    HAZARD MITIGATION

    Job Hazard Analysis/Job Safety Analysis

    Procedure goes by various names but reaps many benefits, proponents say
    Some call it a Job Safety Analysis. Others call it a Job Hazard Analysis, a Task Hazard Analysis or something else. Regardless of how you label it, the process of breaking down a task into steps, identifying the hazards, and determining how to mitigate those hazards remains crucial to preventing incidents and injuries.
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    SAFETY EXCELLENCE

    Robert W. Campbell Award

    Honeywell Aerospace keeps focus on safety
    Honeywell Aerospace is the most recent recipient of the Robert W. Campbell Award, presented annually by the Campbell Institute at the National Safety Council. Learn what sets Honeywell Aerospace apart as a safety leader.
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