Industry reports insurance rates can help to accelerate adoption of more robust safety management programs NEW YORK, April 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Contractors are reporting high use of safety practices, but fully-inclusive programs are not yet taking place in smaller firms, according to a new study by McGraw-Hill Construction on safety management in the construction industry.
What does SMP stand for?
SMP stands for Safety Management Program
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We have 526 other meanings of SMP in our Acronym Attic
- Student Ministries of Virginia
- Sonoma Museum of Visual Art (Santa Rosa, CA)
- Single Mom on Welfare
- St. Mary Of The Woods (Chicago, Illinois)
- Standard Mean Ocean Water
- Stichting Muziekonderwijs Olst Wijhe (Olst and Wijhe, Netherlands music education)
- State Ministry of Women Affairs (Iraq)
- Servicing Mission Operations Working Group
- Sixth Man of the Year (National Basketball Association award)
- SACDIN Message Protocol Module
- Safety Management Prospectus
- Sales Marketing Plan (various companies)
- Salzgitter Mannesmann Précision (steel tube manufacturer; various locations)
- Santares Music People, Inc.
- Scalable Multiprocessor
- Scheduled Maintenance Plan
- School Mathematics Program
- Schweizer Milchproduzenten (Federation of Swiss Milk Producers)
- Science Mentorship Programme (Singapore)
- Sciences Médicales et Pharmaceutiques (French: Medical and Pharmaceutical Sciences)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Fourteen serious violations include electrical hazards, a deficient process safety management program, incomplete emergency shutdown procedures, no machine guarding, a lack of training for workers participating in emergency response and failing to periodically evaluate contractor performance.
In its San Bruno report, the NTSB criticized the PHMSA for inadequate TIMP inspection protocols and for not incorporating the use of effective and meaningful metrics as part of its guidance for effective performance-based pipeline safety management programs.
Ultimately, an effective safety management program will not only protect your employees from harm, but it also will protect your bottom line.
With this corporate philosophy based on the golden rule, Worthington Industries revitalized its safety management program in 2001 to strengthen its safety culture and reduce the incidence of illness and injury for its 8,000 employees worldwide.
Through the talk and subsequent questions and answers he presented detailed information on how an organization determines its need for a process safety management program, and how it initiates, establishes and maintains the program.
Horgan directed process engineering, established a process safety management program and led new product development initiatives.
In these positions, he established a process safety management program, directed process engineering and lead new product development initiatives.