NAVOSH Priority Methodology.
Final technical rept.,
SRI INTERNATIONAL MENLO PARK CA
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A simple method of ranking projects requesting funds for hazard abatement in Navy workplaces ashore has been designed by SRI. The development of the method and its initial application are given in detail. Procedures are included to facilitate integrating the method into the Navys centrally managed OSH deficiency abatement program. Key features of the method are standardized basic data needs and a system of matrices which process the data into an integrated three digit code. Project requests may thus be grouped by relative priority for funding consideration. Status of the Navys plans to integrate this new management decision tool into its OSH planning, programming, and budgeting process is described. Author
- Administration and Management
- Safety Engineering