Tuesday, July 6, 2010
Relations with the Occupational Safety and Health Employees' Productivity
A study conducted by the world body the International Labour Organization (ILO) concluded that on average each day 6,000 people died, this is equal to one staff person every 15 seconds or 2.2 million people every year due to illness or accident associated with their work. Views of gender, it is known that the number of men who died two times more than women, this is more due to more dominant men in high-risk job.
Thus, the occupational safety and health program (K3) and the productivity of employees has become very important to be studied and understood, because both factors have an influence on the productivity of the company in achieving its vision and mission objectives that have been determined.
Results of research has been done to the conclusion that:
In general, the implementation of K3 in companies which is the object of research is fair, indicating that these factors are analyzed namely K3 safety training, safety publications, working environment control, supervision and discipline, and increased awareness of K3, has been satisfactory.
It is generally recognized that employee productivity is fair, meaning that employees have a high employee productivity
There is a positive, highly significant and high correlation between safety and health of employees working with the productivity