Risk level based management system: a control banding model for occupational health and safety risk management in a highly regulated environment.

@article{Zalk2010RiskLB,
  title={Risk level based management system: a control banding model for occupational health and safety risk management in a highly regulated environment.},
  author={D. Zalk and R. Kamerzell and S. Paik and Jennifer Kapp and D. Harrington and P. Swuste},
  journal={Industrial health},
  year={2010},
  volume={48 1},
  pages={
          18-28
        }
}
The Risk Level Based Management System (RLBMS) is an occupational risk management (ORM) model that focuses occupational safety, hygiene, and health (OSHH) resources on the highest risk procedures at work. This article demonstrates the model's simplicity through an implementation within a heavily regulated research institution. The model utilizes control banding strategies with a stratification of four risk levels (RLs) for many commonly performed maintenance and support activities… Expand
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