Why are system safety principles not used by all safety professionals? Suggest some ways to overcome the obstacles to wider adoption of system safety.

UNIT VI DISC ASS TH&S CHAPTER 15, 16, &17. APA style. No plagiarism.
Please complete by 7/1/2017
COURSE TEXT BOOK: Manuele, F. A. (2014). Advanced safety management: Focusing on Z10 and serious injury prevention (2nd ed.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
CHAPTER 15, 16, &17

1. If you are a safety professional, share with the class ways in which you participate in design and procurement reviews at your organization, or how you would like to participate.
2. If you are not yet a safety professional, find out if your current organization has safety design reviews, or find examples of recent project designs or purchases that you think would have been made safer through a safety design review process.

Question 1, SHOULD BE 75 WRDS
What levels of the hierarchy of controls are most applicable to system safety? Are any levels not useful when applying system safety? Provide one or more examples that support your response.
Question 2, SHOULD BE 75 WRDS
Why are system safety principles not used by all safety professionals? Suggest some ways to overcome the obstacles to wider adoption of system safety.
Question 3, SHOULD BE 75 WRDS
Explain why it is important for the safety professional to become knowledgeable and skilled in system safety concepts.
Question 4, SHOULD BE 200 WRDS
From your own experience or through research, select a job that has a high risk for causing workplace musculoskeletal disorders (WMSDs). Discuss how you could use design principles to reduce the risk of injury for this job. What obstacles might prevent your proposed job design from being implemented?