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弗兰克伯德 英文简介

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发表于 2011-3-30 09:19:30 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
Frank E. Bird Jr.
1921 - 2007

Background: Frank E. Bird Jr. was born December 19, 1921, in Netcong, New Jersey. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from Albright College in Reading, Pennsylvania, in 1949 following four years of service in the United States Navy Medical Department during World War II where he served as a chief pharmacist mate. Frank passed away on  June 28, 2007.

Professional Experience: At the time of his induction, he was president of the International Loss Control Institute and adjunct professor, Georgia State University. He also was the former director of Engineering Services for the Insurance Company of North America (1968-1973). He was employed by the Lukens Steel Company of Coatesville, Pennsylvania, from 1950-1968 where he managed the safety, health, fire and security programs.

Career Highlights: Mr. Bird pioneered in the expansion of industrial safety from an injury-oriented concept to a discipline encompassing all accidents by his extensive studies and writings on the identification, costs and control of the property damage accident during the 1950s and early 1960s. The book, Damage Control, co-authored by him and published by the American Management Association in 1966, was one of his many publications on this subject. He continued to contribute to management's awareness of the extent of loss from accidents and other avoidable waste of resources by development of the "Total Loss Control" concept at the Insurance Company of North America in 1969. He introduced public courses at the INA Safety Academy where Total Loss Control and the TLC profiling system were taught.

During his long career, he made substantial contributions to the conceptual development and refinement of safety and health program evaluation methods and techniques for a significant number of countries. He originated the safety and health program evaluation systems coordinated today by the Industrial Accident Prevention Association and the Mines Accident Prevention Association of Ontario, Canada; the Quebec Mining Association; the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, United Kingdom; the Accident Compensation Corporation of New Zealand; the Accident Prevention Associations of Spain, Mexico, Chile, the Philippines and safety organizations in Australia, Finland, Holland, Belgium and France. He contributed many innovative methods and techniques for the management of safety and health programs through his extensive writings and international conference participation. He authored several books, including Management Guide to Loss Control and Mine Safety and Loss Control Management, and co-authored Loss Control Management, Practical Loss Control Leadership and Commitment.

His numerous awards and honors included the Public Service Award from the United States Department of the Interior, the Distinguished Service Award from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, Fellow in the American Society of Safety Engineers, Honorary Fellow in the New Zealand Institute of Safety Management, Honorary Life Membership in the Industrial Accident Prevention Association of Ontario and Honorary Life Membership in the Canadian Society of Safety Engineers.

   

Frank Bird was founder and president of the International Loss Control Institute in Loganville, Georgia, USA. In 1991 he sold his company to DNV. His son David Bird later founded International Risk Control America (IRCA).  
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