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What is the main goal of occupational safety?

The main goal of occupational safety is to ensure that employees are protected from workplace hazards.
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There are many types of occupational safety, but some of the most common include slips and trips, manual handling, working at heights, and machinery safety.
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There are three types of safety: physical safety, emotional safety, and financial safety. Physical safety is the freedom from physical harm. Emotional safety is freedom from psychological harm. Financial safety is freedom from financial hardship.
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There are four primary types of processes: chemical, physical, biological, and psychosocial. Each type of process presents its unique safety hazards that must be controlled to protect workers.
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The main difference between process safety and technical safety is that process safety focuses on preventing the release of hazardous materials. In contrast, technical safety focuses on safeguarding people, property, and equipment.
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Safety is concerned with the prevention of injuries due to physical, chemical, or biological agents. On the other hand, occupational health focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of work-related injuries and illnesses.
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There are four key elements of process safety management: Process safety information Process hazard analysis Operating procedures Training and employee involvement
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The purpose of PSM is to prevent the release of hazardous materials and to minimize the consequences of such releases. The goal of PSM is to protect workers, the public, and the environment from the potential hazards associated with industrial operations.
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You need to have a clear understanding of the process that you’re trying to manage and the potential hazards associated with it. Everyone needs to be on board with the program in order for it to work properly. This means developing a clear communication plan and ensuring that everyone understands their role in the system.
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To implement PSM effectively, various management tools must be utilized such as process mapping, job hazard analysis, inherently safer design, process hazard reviews (PHR), layer of protection analysis (LOPA), failure mode effects and criticality analysis (FMECA/FMEA), safe work permits, incident reporting and investigation, etc.
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