Definitions for "Administrative controls"
Policies intended to reduce exposure to hazardous chemicals or other forms of hazards.
Any procedure that significantly limits exposure to ergonomic risk factors by control or manipulation of the work schedule or manner in which work is performed. Includes job rotation, use of rest breaks or alternative tasks, and job enlargement to increase task variability.
A method of controlling employee exposures through enforcement of policies and procedures, modification of work assignment, training in specific work practices, and other administrative measures designed to reduce the exposure. (OSHA)
The provision, use and scheduling of work activities and resources in the workplace, including planning, organizing, staffing and coordinating, for the purpose of controlling risk.
guidelines for promptly detecting patients who have TB, placing them in an area away from other patients, giving them a diagnostic evaluation as soon as possible, and treating them if they are likely to have TB disease