Author: Norm Keith, BA, LLB, CRSP
Summary: This paper will consider the varying definitions which have been have been advanced for CSR, and canvass the varying interests that it has been used to promote. It considers the efforts that varying governments and international actors have taken to encourage CSR, and identifies trends which may be expected to play an increasing role in the CSR movement internationally.
Impact of Safety
Safety 2010 Papers
Author: Norm Keith, BA, LLB, CRSP
Title: The Implementation of Business-Decision Making Tools in Incident Rate Prediction, Session 750
Author: Samuel A. Oyewole, Ph.D.
Summary: This paper provides an overview of the application of forecasting technique in the prediction of incident rates from a business-oriented perspective. This research shows that traditional business and financial management tools could be used by occupational health and safety professionals in the quest for making realistic advance predictions of incident rates.
Author: Mark A. Friend, Ed.D., CSP
Summary: This paper lays out a step-by-step process to utilize “recognized management principles” to implement Z10 recognizing that different employees respond to the same stimuli in different ways.
Author: Todd Britten, MS, CSP
Summary: This paper presents the approach, techniques and tools that were used to answer questions such as how do we get past basic levels of safety thinking and how do we turn complaints into goal and efficiencies?
Author: Katharine A. Hart, EdD, CSP
Summary: The purpose of this paper is to identify the four levels of progress a company makes in its EHS excellence journey, starting from non compliance through to integration, and then focusing on why the traditional notion of an EHS management system is not sustainable over time without integration occurring in a continuing journey of excellence.
Author: William H. Barbarow
Summary: The SH&E professional will take a risk management role as companies increase their commitment to environmentally friendly business practices.
Author: Kathy Seabrook, CSP, CMIOSH (UK)
Summary: A description of key issues that are facing global workplace safety and health.
Author: Donald J. Eckenfelder, CEO
Summary: An overview of how the one safety professional successfully implemented a safety culture program and what it took to get the job done.
Author: Cathy A. Hansell, CSSR, MS, JD
Summary: The safety function is most successful when it is considered and treated as a business partner. A partnership requires integration and alignment of safety considerations with business processes, goals and decisions.
Author: Erike Young, MPPA, CSP, ARM and Jill Blackwelder-Parker
Summary: Learning the language of business and risk management to equip safety professionals to make the case for safety to upper management.
Author: John Baker, MS, CIH
Summary: As a safety professional, you may be asked to assist in the due diligence acquisition of another company by your executive officers. You must shift from a compliance-based approach to safety to viewing the enterprise as a whole, and assessing threats to the viability of the deal or even to the business that survives the transaction. How do you do this?
Author: James Boretti, CSP; Fay Feeney, CSP, ARM; Mark Hansen, CSP, PE, CPE, CPEA; Kathy Seabrook, CSP, CMIOSH (UK); Michael W. Thompson, CSP
Summary: How to help your company develop a sustainability plan with a pathway to safety.
- Leadership and Occupational Safety and Health (OSH): An Expert Analysis
- OSHA: Workers' Compensation Costs of Falls in Construction
- OSHA White Paper: Injury & Illness Prevention Programs
- Economic Burden of Occupational Fatal Injuries to Civilian Workers in the U.S. Based on the Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries, 1992-2002