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The risk of working-at-height is always higher, especially when safety and security are passively kept at hold. With the coming of summer and spring seasons ahead, we are almost about to welcome the busiest seasons of the construction industry.
A massive percentage of 63.6% individuals are of working age group, out of which, 90 percent are currently working in the informal economies of agricultural and service sector. Only a minimal number of 10 percent is working under some organized sectors like industry, mining, etc. In recent times, the nation has also witnessed the rise of some new service industries like IT and BPO. With a population exceeding 1.2 billion in numbers, India is not only one of the largest growing democracy and economy in the world but also a land full of opportunities. Continue reading “Understanding Occupational Safety and Health in India”
Road safety week is celebrated with the great joy and enthusiasm every year.
The Health & Safety Executive has released the latest statistics for workplace injury and sickness in Great Britian. The Statistics cover the period from 2015 to 2016.
Smeared in the thick layer of dust and dirt, laborers in India hardly acknowledge the fact that ‘safety is important for living’ and even there are laws to practically avail the measures of occupational health and safety.
If employers are to believe, then nothing in a workplace is more embarrassing and unfortunate than employees getting injured on the job. And not only is this scenario tough for the employers, but it is also disturbing for the entire team of employees and the management.
According to OSHA, in the year 2012, about 27 million working days were completely lost due to work-related illness and workplace injury. Continue reading “Why Health and Safety Measures are the Most Important Pillars of Workplace Management”