Each essay must be at least 200-300 words in length. Each essay must include at a minimum an introduction, a body, and a conclusion. Each essay requires at least 2 references: The textbook ( Bailey, M. A., Conn, E. J., Davis, F. D., Doran, W. K., Duggin, K. A., Flood, J. B., . . . Siepman, K. B. (2008). Occupational safety and health law handbook (2nd ed.). Landham, MD: Government Institutes. A scanned searchable .pdf can be found at http://sdrv.ms/1bXgnQM. The current chapters of focus for these essay questions are chapters 9-10)and one outside source must be used as source material for the response. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations in APA Format.
Briefly outline the purpose, scope, provisions and limitations of OSHA�s Voluntary Self-Audit Policy. What are the risks to your company of this approach to achieving a safe work environment?
What are the key points that should be covered during an opening conference, both from the OSHA Inspector and from you, the safety/health/environmental manager?
(This essay only needs to be a paragraph or 2 and only requires 1 reference from text book. However, if an outside source is used it must be reference)
Using chapters 9-10, from the perspective of a safety and health professional. Your boss has directed you to institute a self-audit program in your workplace or plant. First, identify the size and scope of your workplace/plant/responsibilities. Second, how frequently do you think this should be done, and will you seek outside help, or are you going with a program of your own design? If you seek outside help, how would you define their role and your interaction with them? Third, identify and discuss three areas, provisions, or goals that you consider most important in accomplishing this task of successful self-auditing in your facility.