Recommended Texts For Study

Most of the following texts are referenced in the sample questions. Sources known to be referenced on the CSHM examination are flagged with an asterisk and are especially important in the study process.

  1. Accident Prevention Manual for Business & Industry: Administration and Programs NSC, NSC Pub. *
  2. Accident Prevention Manual for Business & Industry: Engineering and Technology NSC, NSC Pub. *
  3. Analyzing Performance Problems Robert F. Mager and Peter Pipe, CEP Press.
  4. Analyzing Safety System Effectiveness Dan Petersen, ASSE Pub.
  5. Behavior-Based Safety Process, The Thomas R. Krause.
  6. Benchmarking: The Search for Industry Best Practices that Lead to Superior Performance Robert C. Camp, Quality Resources Pub.*
  7. Bringing Out the Best in People Aubrey C. Daniels, McGraw Hill Pub.*
  8. Construction Safety Management Raymond Elliot Leavitt, Nancy Morse Sam Elson, Wiley Pub.
  9. Construction Site Safety Richard Hislop, CRC Press
  10. The Deming Management Method Mary Walton, Perigee Pub. *
  11. Epidemiology Leon Gores, W.B. Saunders Pub.
  12. Ergonomics, Work and Health Stephen Pheasant, Aspen Pub. *
  13. Finance and Accounting for Nonfinancial Managers Weaver and Weston, McGraw-Hill
  14. Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene Barbara A. Plog, Patricia J. Quinlan, NSC Pub.*
  15. Human Error Reduction and Safety Management Dan Petersen, Van Nostrand Pub.
  16. Introduction to Environmental Technology Ann Boyce, Wiley Pub. *
  17. Investigating Accidents with STEP Kingsley Hendrick & Ludwig Benner, Jr., Decker Pub. *
  18. Making Instruction Work Robert F. Mager, CEP Press Pub.
  19. Managing for Performance Perfection William C. Pope, Bonnie Brae Pub. *
  20. Motor Fleet Safety Manual John E. Brodbeck, NSC Pub. *
  21. Muskuloskeletal Disorders and Workplace Factors NIOSH, 2nd Ed. (PDF File) *
  22. The New Economics W. Edwards Deming, MIT/CAES Pub.
  23. Occupational Health & Safety Joseph LaDou, NSC Pub.
  24. Occupational Safety Management & Engineering y Willie Hammer, Prentice Hall Pub.
  25. Practical Loss Control Leadership Frank E. Bird, George L. Germain, ILCI Pub. *
  26. Primer on Occupational Safety and Health y Frederick Blosser, BNS Books *
  27. Psychology of Safety, The E. Scott Geller, Lewis Pub.
  28. Quality Improvement Tools & Techniques Peter Mears, McGraw-Hill Trade *
  29. Safety By Objectives Dan Petersen, Van Nostrand Pub.
  30. Safety and Health for Engineers Roger L. Brauer, Van Nostrand Pub.*
  31. Safety and Health Management Planning y Ted S. Ferry, Van Nostrand Pub.
  32. Safety Management y John V. Grimaldi, Rollin H. Simonds, ASSE Pub. *
  33. Safety Management : A Human Approach Dan Petersen, ASSE Pub. *
  34. Safety Through Design Wayne C. Christiansen, Fred A. Manuele, NSC Pub.
  35. Techniques of Safety Management : A Systems Approach Dan Petersen, ASSE Pub. *
  36. Total Quality Safety Management Edward E. Adams, ASSE Pub. *
  37. Total Quality Safety Management and Auditing Michael B. Weinstein, Lewis Pub. *
  38. Violence in the Workplace Anthony Baron Ph.D., Pathfinder Pub. *
  39. Wellness in the Workplace: How to Plan, Implement and Evaluate a Wellness Program (Fifty Minute Ser.) Merlene T. Serman, Crisp Pub.
  40. Workplace Wellness: The Key to Higher Productivity and Lower Health Costs Carol B. Grant, Robert Brisbin, Van Nostrand Pub.
  41. Your Rights at Work Darien McWhirter, Wiley Pub.

Additional Study Texts

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