Management of Occupational Health & Safety, 8th Edition

Kevin Kelloway, Lori Francis, Bernadette Gatien

Previously published by Nelson. The Nelson Series in Human Resources Management is the best source in Canada for reliable, valid, and current knowledge about practices in HRM. Management in Occupational Health & Safety, Eighth Edition, is designed to meet the needs of both students and practitioners working in human resources or personnel psychology. It provides an up-to-date review of the current issues and methodologies that are used in health and safety in Canadian organizations.

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Table of Contents for Management of Occupational Health & Safety, 8th Edition

  • Front Matter
  • Chapter 1: Introduction
  • Chapter 2: Legislative Framework
  • Chapter 3: Workers’ Compensation
  • Chapter 4: Hazards, Risks, and Control
  • Chapter 5: Physical Agents
  • Chapter 6: Biological and Chemical Agents
  • Chapter 7: Psychosocial Hazards
  • Chapter 8: Workplace Violence, Aggression, and Harassment
  • Chapter 9: Training
  • Chapter 10: Motivation And Safety Management Systems
  • Chapter 11: Emergency Planning
  • Chapter 12: Incident Investigation
  • Chapter 13: Disability Management and Return to Work

Key features

  • Clear and succint coverage of technical concepts, developed around CPHR competencies, builds student understanding of occupational health and safety
  • Case Studies provide real-world examples of core concepts, with opportunities for student reflection
  • Updated discussion questions and end-of-chapter exercises offer opportunities for practice throughout