The paper "Organization Safety Culture " is an outstanding example of a business literature review. The Australian Work Health and Safety Act of 2011 requires employers to be responsible for any injuries or accidents occurring in the workplace to any employee. The factory management is required to conduct sufficient orientation on the premises and machinery, enlighten the employees on the need for observation of the safety regulations, and train the employees on the proper modalities of handling the machinery safely. Full comprehension and adherence to the Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) regulations by the employees is only possible through keen supervision. The employers also need to consult with the employees while making the Occupational Health and Safety policies applicable to the factory.
The machine operators may offer indispensable insight gained from the experience of working in the factory’ s facilities or gained from other work experiences. Consultation with the employees ensures that the policy framework is comprehensive; encompassing all the possible guidelines to ensure that the employees work with minimal risk to injuries or accidents. The management is obliged to avail sufficient persona protective working gear to enable the workers to perform their duties safely.
In addition to the provision of safety gear to the workers, the management must also ensure that the employees are adequately trained to use the work safety equipment. The workers in the factory need to be provided with equipment such as goggles, overalls and appropriate footwear. The factory’ s management should ensure that there are regular checks and assessments of the prevalent Occupational Health and Safety structures and processes to cover for all possible risks in the working environment.
The nature of the risks existing in the working environment varies from time to time, thus, the employers are obliged to ensure that there are timely adjustments to the OHS policy and that the adjustment. Immediate implementation is important to ensure that delays do not result in casualties in the factory.
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