Communications can be classified via four methods. Which of the following is NOT one of these methods?
Continuous Improvement is a process of the safety management system that emphasizes the contributions people make to __________ and permanent solutions to problems.
__________ is any condition in the workplace that, by itself or by interacting with other variables, could cause death, injuries, property damage, or other losses.
What form of communication is best to use in the majority of situations that will arise on the job?
Filter free interaction
One-on-one, positive reinforcement
Oral, then written, followed by feedback
One-on-one and face-to-face
In the discussion on “Communication Filters,” the author of your textbook lists three of the most common filters. Which of the following is NOT one of these filters?
A __________ environment does not exist.
Which of the following are NOT included in the hidden costs of accidents?
Lost time by supervision
Medical and compensation insurance costs
Costs of breaking in a new worker
Damages to tools and equipment
Safety and health efforts should be __________, budgeted, measured, and evaluated.
Which of the following is NOT one of the nine elements of a safety management system?
Management leadership and commitment
Analyzing the work and the workplace periodically
Hazard recognition, evaluation, and control
Training and orientation
Most safety experts agree that most mishaps in the workplace involve human errors of __________ or commission.
Safety costs money, and many managers refuse to invest their money on something that produces no profits. How would you go about convincing your manager he or she is wrong? Give an example of your proof. (Minimum of 200 words)