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The safety future - what does it hold? A presentation for a Grad school class

The safety future - what does it hold? A presentation for a Grad school class

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Goals
    • Remain Visible
    • Increased Recognition
    • Acceptance
    • Re-evaluate
    • Redesign
  • 3. Past…
    • 1977 Preventive Medicine
    • Environmental Health
    • Occupational Health
    • Bioengineering (All Combined)
    • Industrial Hygiene
    • Tomorrow?
  • 4.
    • AIHA – American Industrial Hygiene Association
    • ACGIH – American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienist
    • ABIH – American Board of Industrial Hygiene
  • 5. Remain Visible
    • Developing Leadership Skills
      • AIHA Leadership Conference
  • 6. Remain Visible
    • Have goals/objectives
    • Make a difference
    • Improvements in Safety & Health
    • Stay current on IH/Safety Trends
    • Stay current on regulations
  • 7. Increased Recognition
    • Benefit of Industrial Hygiene & Safety
    • Why are we here?
  • 8. Today…
    • IH may fill multiple roles
      • All aspects of Safety & health
  • 9. Job Security
  • 10. Acceptance
    • Who knows what an IH is?
  • 11. Re-Evaluate
    • What direction is the field going?
    • How can we stay current?
      • Nanotechnology
      • Biosafety
      • Environmental Sciences
  • 12. Other Tasks?
  • 13. Avoiding?
    • Safety shouldn’t be seen as an area to avoid.
  • 14. Staffing Levels?
    • Increase?
    • Decrease?
    • Stay Same?
  • 15. Working together…
    • Learning and cross-training
      • Essential Skills
  • 16. Communication
    • Essential to the field
    • Essential to any field
    • Negotiation
    • Coordination
  • 17. Demonstrate their Services
    • Preventing Environment, Safety and Health Problems
    • Positive Contribution:
      • Worker
      • Management
  • 18. Safety –
    • Not in the way of Production
    • Not in the way of Mission
    • Not mutually exclusive
  • 19. Redesign
    • Show the commonality
    • Show the benefit
  • 20. Tomorrow?
    • One Branch of Support.
      • Safety/Industrial Hygiene/Environment/QA
      • Adaptability as key
      • Leaner and compact
      • Reliance on technology
      • Watch marketplace
      • Well-rounded.
  • 21.  
  • 22. OSHA Changes
    • Teen Workers
    • Volunteers 29 CFR 1975.4