A Practical Approach to Hazard Identification for Operations and Maintenance Workers

June, 2010
  • Chapters 1 and 2 provide an introduction and discusses basic concepts.
  • Chapter 3 deals with the use of the basic human senses for identifying hazards.
  • Chapter 4 deals with different classes and categories of hazards.
  • Chapter 5 deals with techniques and methodologies for identifying and evaluating hazards.
  • Chapter 6 deals with making risk based decisions.
  • Chapter 7 deals with follow-up and call to action.
  • Chapter 8 deals with learning and continuous improvement.
  • The Appendices provide references, case studies, hazard presentations and additional pictures.

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