Safety, Health and Environment
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Chapter 11 of TPM Instructor Course.
The basic approach to safety, health, and environmental management in TPM is multi-pronged. A zero-accident scenario must be achieved by eliminating every conceivable hazard or concern that might give rise to a safety incident.
SHE activities described in this chapter and elsewhere in this manual are only examples, and the decision as to whether or not to adopt a particular activity is left entirely up to the facility or company where the activity is to be performed.
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The Importance of Safety, Health and the Environment
- Health and Safety and their Relationship with Productivity and Economy
- Workplace Incidents and Problems to Be Solved in Creating a Safe Workplace
- Why do People Fail to Observe Rules Properly?
- The Basic Approaches to Safety
- The Need for Full Involvement of All Employees
- Building a Companywide Safety Management Structure
- Safety Activities Combining Management and ahe Shop Floor
- Using Safety Tags and Maps
- Examining Past Accidents and Analysing Data
Creating Worker-Friendly Workplaces
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