New Opportunities and Challenges in Occupational Safety and Health Management

Application of Process Approach to OSH ManagementOSH-Related Processes – Definition and TypologyMeasurement and Improvement of OSH-Related ProcessesIntroduction to the Improvement of OSH-Related ProcessesManagement of OSH Processes through the Application of IndicatorsDevelopment of a Set of IndicatorsImplementation and Application of KPIs to Monitor OSH ProcessesActivity-Based Costing Method as a Tool for OSH-Related Process OptimisationSummaryReferencesApplication of Fuzzy Cognitive Maps for Modelling OSH Management SystemsFuzzy Cognitive Maps as a Research Method Based on Practical and Theoretical Expert KnowledgeCommonly Used Tools Supporting Decision Making in OSH ManagementIntroduction to the Fuzzy Cognitive Maps MethodReview of the Fuzzy Cognitive Maps Research in the Field of ManagementDevelopment of a Model of the OSH Management System Using the Fuzzy Cognitive Maps ApproachBasic Assumptions of a FCM-Based ModelPreparation PhaseModelling PhaseMathematical Notation of the ModelApplication of the Model to Support Decision MakingChoice of the Application MethodInference Based on a Descriptive and Graphic ModelThe Application of the Model in Mathematical Notation for SimulationsSummaryReferencesStrategic Thinking in OSH ManagementApplication of Balanced Scorecard to OSH ManagementThe Idea of Balanced ScorecardThe Balanced Scorecard in OSHThe Balanced Scorecard and OSH Management SystemsThe Practical Use of the Balanced Scorecard – an Example from Behavioural-Based ProgrammesSelected Aspect of Resilience EngineeringResilience Engineering as a New Concept of OSH ManagementResilience Engineering in OSH Management SystemsTrade-offs in Resilience Engineering ConceptThe Concept of Trade-offsTrade-offs in Resilience EngineeringTrade-off Typology in Resilience EngineeringTools for Managing Trade-offsSummaryReferencesOSH Management from the Corporate Social Responsibility PerspectiveOSH-Related Issues of Social ResponsibilityDeveloping OSH Management Systems to Implement Social ResponsibilityIncorporating Age Management into Socially Responsible OSH ManagementUnderstanding Age Management and Its ObjectivesImplementing Age Management Practices in Socially Responsible CompaniesAge Management as a Component of Socially Responsible OSH ManagementChoosing Indicators for Evaluation of Socially Responsible OSH ManagementCSR and OSH Performance MeasurementLagging Indicators for Monitoring Socially Responsible OSH ManagementLeading Indicators for Monitoring Actions in the Framework of Socially Responsible OSH ManagementSummaryReferencesEnhancing OSH Management Processes through the Use of Smart Personal Protective Equipment, Wearables and Internet of Things TechnologiesIndustry 4.0 and ICT-Based Management of OSHThe development of smart PPE technologies and wearable devices for use in the working environmentDefinition and Roles of Personal Protective Equipment in Protecting Workers against Hazards and RisksSmart PPE-Enabling TechnologiesWorkplace Wearable DevicesSmart PPE Functions and TypologySimple Smart PPE (Level 1)Autonomous Smart PPE Systems (Level 2)Smart Networked PPE Systems (Level 3)ICT-Empowered OSH Risk Management ProcessNew Properties of the OSH Risk Management Process in the Context of ICT-Based Smart PPE System Implementation in the WorkplaceGeneric Model of the ICT-Empowered OSH Risk Management ProcessReview of Probabilistic Methods for Context Reasoning and OSH Risk AssessmentNew Roles of Smart PPE in the Hierarchy of OSH Risk ControlsPerspectives for Applying Machine Learning and Big Data Analytics to OSH Management ProcessesBasic Notions and Underlying ConceptsApplications of Machine Learning and Big Data Analytics in the Field of OSHExamples of Machine Learning and Big Data Analytics Applications to Support OSH Management Processes in Real or Near-Real TimeThe Concept of OSH Management Based on Smart PPE and Wearable Technologies Combined with the Use of IoT and Big Data AnalyticsData Protection and Cyber-Security Issues with Regard to the Use of Smart PPE and Wearables in the WorkplaceDefining Workers’ Personal DataLegal Procedures of Workers’ Personal Data Protection – an Example of the EU ApproachCyber-Security Issues with Regard to ICT-Based Systems Consisting of Smart PPE and Workplace WearablesSummaryReferences
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