INCORPORATING TSM AT MACHINES UNLIMITED (Name) (Institution) First and foremost it is crucial to understand the meaning of total safety management (TSM). According to Kontogiannis et al. (2016) TSM refers to a performance-based technique for health and safety management in organizations and is aimed at developing a sustainable competitive advantage. As an Operation Safety Employee (OSH) and in charge of supervision the adoption of the aspect of TSM is achievable through various ways. The first step is through the removal of the existing hazard. As supported by Sun et al. (2017) the eradication of the existing evaluate the possible hazards in the workplace. iii). Dealing with hazards promptly and not letting them to develop towards the adverse side. iv). Inviting feedback from employees on necessary safety improvements. v). Updating the safety procedures from time to time. References Kontogiannis T. Leva M. C. & Balfe N. (2016). Total Safety Management: Principles Processes and Methods. Safety Science. Sun Y. Arning M. Bochmann F. Börger J. & Heitmann T. (2017). Development and Validation of a Practical Instrument for Injury Prevention: The Occupational Safety and Health Monitoring and Assessment Tool (OSH-MAT). Safety and Health at Work. [...]
As an OSH employee at Machines Unlimited, you are tasked with the supervision of over 200 employees, numerous machinery, and a hotter than average working climate. Your boss recently let you know that a promotion is coming available and asked you to address the following criteria: • identify how would you incorporate the concept of total safety management (TSM) into the factory to make it a better working environment; and • identify how you believe that incorporating TSM would help cut down on direct and indirect costs. Finally, if selected for the promotion, your boss wants you incorporate what you know about OSH professionals by preparing a slogan for your own risk reduction program you would implement, along with risk-reduction strategies you would institute.