The Safety Profession Regulations
Math Review Particulates and Gases Toxicology
Industrial Hygiene for the Safety Professional
Noise and Hearing Conservation Program Biological Hazards
Fire Protection and Prevention
Personal Protective Equipment
Hydrostatics and Hydraulics
Hazardous Materials Management
Behavior Based Safety Programs
Self-Auditing Procedures and Techniques Environmental Management
Safety Metrics (Leading vs. Lagging Indicators)
Dr. Yates has extensive knowledge and experience in hazardous materials management, safety programs management, indoor air quality, ventilation, noise and sound, and industrial hygiene sampling and analysis. He was born in Morton, Mississippi, and lived most of his childhood in Crystal Springs, Mississippi. He has earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Care Services from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois, a Master of Science Degree in Hazardous Materials Management from Jackson State University, Jackson, Mississippi, and a Doctor of Philosophy in Environmental Science from Jackson State University, Jackson, Mississippi. He served ten years in the United States Navy as a Preventive Medicine Technician and currently serves in the Army National Guard as a Safety and Occupational Health Officer. In his civilian career, Dr. Yates has operated his own professional consulting firm, served as the Safety and Mission Assurance Manager for Stennis Space Center, Mississippi, the Corporate Safety Director for Bodine Services of the Midwest, Decatur, Illinois, and lead safety positions in mining and manufacturing. Currently, he serves as the Safety Manager for FMC Corporation, Green River, Wyoming, which has both MSHA and OSHA facilities. He is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) with the Board of Certified Safety Professionals.
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-Daniel G. Hopwood, MPH, ARM, CSP, Cuyamaca Community College, El Cajon, CA
"Written in simple language, easy to understand the concept in occupational health and safety practice; quite a number of helpful examples to illustrate the problems. A comprehensive reference book or text for a training course in OSH as well as for revision for preparation of the CSP examination."
-TSIN Tai-wa, Hong Kong Institute of Occup & Env Hygiene
"This book captures the field experiences of the author over a long career in HSE. The book highlights personnel safety requirements in industry and provides a near complete source of information and knowledge for HSE professionals and potential HSE students. The book is essentially a 1 stop shop for H&S knowledge. This in my view along with the rich experiences and easy writing style of the author, makes this book stand out."
-Dr. Chitram Lutchman