[TheThinkTank] Trends and Insights from the Safe & Effective Operations Workshop
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Thu Jul 16 01:14:07 PDT 2020
Agree. Thanks for sharing!
On Thu, Jul 16, 2020 at 7:07 AM Robert Grossman <rgrossman7 at gmail.com>
> What a great tool. Thanks for sharing.
> And now I know I can do attachments on the Thinktank.
> On Wed, Jul 15, 2020 at 9:18 PM BICAS <bicas at bicas.org> wrote:
>> Thanks for organizing the workshop, it was nice to chat with folks from
>> other places and hear so many clever and thoughtful ideas. Here at BICAS we
>> were fortunate to have a personal connection with a public health
>> scientist. She told us all kinds of great stuff, but one of the best pieces
>> of advice she gave us was to go back to the OSHA "Hierarchy of Controls."
>> This is a tool that is meant to be used for all sorts of workplace risk
>> management scenarios, but in this context she recommended using it to
>> assess our current practices and areas of possible improvement for COVID. I
>> put some links and our graphic below in case anyone finds them helpful!
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>> Using the Hierarchy of Controls to Reduce Exposure to COVID-19
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