Health and Safety Practices Plan (Part-3)

Feb 3rd, 2012
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This is the third part of your Health and Safety Practices Plan. This section may vary in length, but not scope; be sure to address each part, while not exceeding the 25-page maximum for the project. Use research, articles, and your text to complete your paper. Identify two injury or illness on-the-job issues related to your chosen company. Evaluate, through research, the issues and the possible effects of those issues regarding the following: • Workers • Production • Management Format Discuss the financial implications of the chosen organization. Include a discussion on employee and employer responsibility. Identify two occupational safety assessment techniques that may help you evaluate the occupational-related illness. Create an occupational safety and illness prevention strategy for the identification of on-the-job illnesses and safety. You may use components of existing plans from your research; however, your plan must be customized and specific to your selected business.

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Week 03 Question 07Prepared By:Submitted To:Course Title:University:October 20, 2014This is the event about the mildest form of heat-related illness. Five workers were the victim and exhibited irritability, lethargy, and significant sweating. They were complaining of headache or nausea. After getting these symptoms the initial health and safety plan was formulated and in which it is suggested that this is the beginning phase of overheating, and brief activity as of right now may counteract more extreme high temperature related disease from happening. Arrange for the victim with a break amid that he or she can unwind, evacuate any abundance defensive dress, as well as beverage liquids. If a ventilated spot is accessible, this is a perfect break area. As soon as the victim indications change, he or she can continue working; be that as it may work pace should be moderated to prevent recurrence of the symptoms.Another event was about the physical / biological hazards, in which the field workers got the attack of insects such as mosquitoes, ticks, bees, and wasps. Mosquitoes can potentially carry and transmit the West Nile Virus or Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE). Tic

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