Safety Essay Topics

Public safety

The case of Joyce Brown remains to be as a critical example of the most urgent issues in mental and social care. Josh Barbanel chronicled her story for the New York Times and relates not only the story of Brown but the challenge of delivering services and balancing it with the right of self-determination. The… View Article

Work safety and Employees’ Risk Awareness

Introduction             Work and the environment in which people have to carryout their daily duties has been a popular research subject (Alzalabani, 2006). The popularity of this subject area is arises from the important relations between work environment and human behaviours in every organization. As described by Alzalabani (2006), work environment subsumes two primary components;… View Article

A 24-hour society

In a 24-hour society, when are people supposed to get a good night’s rest? The automobile industry, the airline industry, the medical industry, the manufacturing industry, the safety industry – all of these and others are industries which cannot simply close at 5 o’clock in the afternoon.  People must work around the clock to provide… View Article

Safety and Health Issues in Human Resources

There are several health and safety threats to an organization’s employee health that an employer must address. These include: Chemical Hazards, Physical Hazards, Biological Hazards, Substance Abuse, and Work-related Stress (Bogardus, pp. 109-113, 2004). Organizations can protect employees most efficiently by addressing them with all five of the primary workplace management functions: plan and align… View Article

Policy, Regulations, and Licensing for Nuclear Safety

One of the energy sources which sustain the global need of electricity for more than a century now is nuclear energy. Approximately, 17 percent of the electricity utilized around the world is generated from nuclear energy(O. f. E. C.-o. a. D. OECD, 2005). In United Kingdom, nuclear energy supports the 20 percent of the electricity… View Article

United States’ Food Supply Safety

The food supply of the Unites States is safe from contamination. This is evident through the regular surveillance and other efforts done by the authorities to keep the safety of the nation’s food supply especially from contamination. The safety of the food supplies starts at the farm and not in the grocery stores. According to… View Article

Guidelines for Use of Probation as an Alternative to Incarceration

In any sentencing, a judge’s foremost concerns are justice an elusive perception and public safety. Brutal offenses raise concern for public safety and typically draw long sentences. In less brutal cases, for example, medicine possession, petty theft or destruction, the judge tries to set sentences that will assist to prevent offenders from replicating their immoral… View Article

Public Safety vs. Civil Rights

Abstract             Terrorist attacks and terrorist threats have caused a serious conflict between public safety and civil rights in the legal system of the U.S. Law enforcement agencies are directly involved into this conflict, as they directly implement public safety procedures which often contradict the basic civil rights.             Introduction            … View Article

Public Safety and Privacy

Abstract             After the terrorist attacks of 9/11, the U.S. constantly tries to find the correct balance between privacy and public safety. Connecticut Department of Public Safety v. John Doe has revealed the important implications of public safety towards privacy in the United States.   Introduction             The terrorist acts of 9/11 have revealed serious inconsistencies… View Article

U.S. History of Building Construction and Fire Safety

The construction of modern buildings has been constantly improving in providing world class architectural designs and durable construction materials that can help buildings withstand earthquakes and even fire hazards. It is the prime responsibilities of engineers and architects to ensure the building’s safety. Presence of skyscrapers and other high-rise buildings have become symbols of urban… View Article

Vehicle Safety

One of the major causes of death in some way related to driving. It may be using a cell phone while driving, underage driving, driving under influence of alcohol or speeding. Vehicle safety is chief issue in many countries of the world. The automobile manufacturers also donate countless hours of work in trying to implement… View Article

Environmental Safety

What would happen if businesses ignored social responsibility? what would happen if environmental safety was not considered? The world would be full of toxic elements and wastes. Businesses have to ensure social responsibility as part of the society. Social responsibility is the involvement of a business in social matters to ensure product safety, good services,employees… View Article

Health and Safety in the Workplace

Health and Safety play a very important role in the workplace today. Many organizations take the responsibility of their employees’ safety and health seriously due to the various affects that could stem from a lack of providing a safe work environment. During the 20th century our nation has become a world leader in setting an… View Article

My Friends Speech

Good morning to the principal, teachers, and fellow students. I am honoured to stand here to give a talk. My talk is entitled ¡°Safety Measures in School, at Home and on the Road.¡± In school, we must ensure that the visitors sign-in is not dangerous. This is a part of responsible to a school guard…. View Article

Occupational Safety and Health Administration

On December 29, 1970 Congress passed the Occupational Safety and Health Act. The purpose of this act as quoted from the act itself is: “To assure safe and healthful working conditions for working men and women; by authorizing enforcement of the standards developed under the Act; by assisting and encouraging the States in their efforts… View Article

Workplace Safety

As you may already know there are many concerns or issues in the workplace. However safety is one of the most common concern. Safety is simply the quality of not causing injury, danger, or loss. Safety in the work place has been one of the most likely “talk abouts” in many companies today. As someone… View Article

Health and Safety

Explain how health and safety is monitored and maintained and how people in the work setting are made aware of risks and hazards and encouraged to work safely. In my placement we have a safeguarding policy but we don’t have a health and safety polices that I am aware of but the safeguarding polices is… View Article

Develop Health and Safety and Risk Management Policies

An act is passed by Parliament, which is the highest form of law in the land. An act of parliament is the primary legislation of the UK. A law is considered to be an act when it has already been duly passed by a legislative body. It is for this reason that certain acts vary… View Article

Fire Prevention

Some of the safety hazards that are listed in Chapter 7 Fire Prevention would be electrical fires, flammable liquids, poor housekeeping, ingestion, incorrect use of fire extinguishers, bleeding, choking, and forklifts. There are many dangers in the work we engage in every day but its rewarding if we follow the right safety rules. These are… View Article

McWane, Inc.

McWane, Inc. is a privately held company based in Birmingham, Ala., which owns plants across the country and Canada and who is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of cast iron sewer and water pipe (McWane Mess). From 1995-2003, McWane plants, in the U.S., had 4,600 worker injuries (CBC News). The company was also cited… View Article

Daily Checklist Safety

When planning healthy and safe indoor and outdoor environments and services, there are certain factors which need to be considered for example, the setting needs to take into account the risks and hazards around the setting inside and outside -outside, to ensure there are no poisonous plants, berries and sharp objects and inside that all… View Article

Fire Management

I. INTRODUCTION: In the early decades of the 20th century, The Philippine government adopted a policy of aggressive fire suppression. Professional firefighters were trained to detect and fight fires, and fire stations were built in strategic areas throughout our country. The aim of fire suppression is, first, to stop or slow down the rate of… View Article

Funnist Incident in Classroom

Alright so it was an ordinary day at school, and I was going to my locker in between fifth and sixth hour for the school-wide locker clean-out. I didn’t have much to clean, I just emptied my locker of a few homework assignments that seemed to be hiding in the back. So I was done… View Article

Should Greater Restrictions Be Placed on Elderly Drivers

Driving is a simple task that many of us do on a daily basis. Most people are safe drivers, while a few are incapable of driving safely. Safe and capable are how most senior citizens can be viewed; however, there are some drawbacks that can make a senior citizen dangerous behind the wheel. Some of… View Article

Total Environmental Health and Safety Management

Explain the difference between authority, responsibility, and accountability as they apply to OSH program management. In your discussion, provide examples of how your current organization implements these concepts. Is it effective? How can you tell? What recommendations do you have for improvement? Total Environmental Health and Safety Management There is a tremendous amount of difference… View Article

Safeguarding and promoting children’s welfare

Safeguarding and promoting children’s welfare forms a large part of our statutory responsibilities and covers most of the requirements of our registration with Ofsted. We follow the framework of the Every Child Matters government green paper which is structured around five outcomes which are key to a child’s well-being. Staying safe: High fencing around the… View Article

American Airlines Flight Case Study

Cause(s) of Accident The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) determined that the probable cause of this accident was the asymmetrical stall and the ensuing roll of the aircraft because of the uncommanded retraction of the left wing outboard leading edge slats and the loss of stall warning and slat disagreement indication systems resulting from maintenance-induced… View Article

Fire Safety

The entire casualty of a fire to a society may be equal to all the fire hazards in the society; this would comprise of the buildings, agriculture, transportation, and so on. A lot of factors contribute to the total cost. With regards to the damage caused by the fires we have, definitely, the direct casualty… View Article

Support Children and Young People’s Health and Safety

Understanding How to plan and provide environments and services that support children and young people’s health and safety. 1.1 Describe factors to take into account when planning healthy and safe indoor and outdoor environments and services When planning an activity for the children there are several factors to take into account a.the function and purpose… View Article

Chilean Mine Collapse

When handling a tragic event such as this there are many things to take into consideration. There are going to be many different people that are going to be affected by this catastrophe. First and foremost is the family of the employees that are trapped in the mine. There biggest concern would be to know… View Article