A STUDY ON EMPLOYEES SATISFACTION TOWARDS SAFETY AND WELFARE MEASURES AT L&P SOM APPA COMFORT SYSTEM INDIA LTD

. BY S.BARANIDHARAN (Reg.No-21710631001) Of SREE SASTHA INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY CHEMBARAMBAKKAM, CHENNAI-600 123 A PROJECT REPORT Submitted to the FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES In partial fulfillment of the requirements For the award of the degree of MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION IN HR

ANNA UNIVERSITY CHENNAI-600 025 JUNE 2012

BONAFIDE CERTIFICATE This is to certify that this Project Report Titled â A STUDY ON EMPLOYEES SATISFACTIO N TOWARDS SAFETY AND WELFARE MEASURES AT SOMAPPA COMFORT SYSTEM INDIA PVT LTD.â is a bonafide work of Mr.S.BARANIDHARAN (Reg.No.21710631001) who carried out the res earch under my supervision. Certified further, that to the best of my knowledge the work reported herein does not form part of any other thesis or dissertation on the basis of which a degree or award was conferred on an earlier occasion on this (or) any other candidate.

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1.2. CHI-SQUARE 2.1 PERCENTAGE ANALISIS 2.1.2. DATA ANALYZES AND INTERPRETATION 2.3 CONCLUSION ANNEXURE BIBLIOGRAPHY . SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION 3.3.3.4 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 1.1 FINDINGS 3. Place: Date: (S.2.3.BARANIDHARAN) TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER NO CHAPTER PAGE NO I.1 CORRELATION 2.1.1 INDUSTRY PROFILE 1.2 SUGGESTION 3. I would like to declare that the content of this project is entirely orginal and it is the result of my own effort and I assure that it has not been submitted t o any other Universities for the award of any degree or diploma courses.3 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY 1.3 STASTICAL TOOLS 2.DECLARATION I hereby declare that this project Report entitled â A STUDY ON EMPLOYEES SATISFACTIO N TOWARDS SAFETY AND WELFARE MEASURES AT SOMAPPA COMFORT SYSTEM INDIA PVT LTD. WEIGHTED AVERAGE METHOD III.2 CHARTS 2.1 NEED FOR THE STUDY 1.1.1.2 REVIEW OF LITERATURE 1.â subm itted to the Anna University in the partial fulfillment of the requirement of Ma ster Degree in Business Administration of SREE SASTHA INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY during the year 2010-2012.1.1 OUTLINE OF THE PROJECT 1.3.2 SCOPE OF THE STUDY 1.5 LIMITATION OF THE STUDY 1.2 COMPANY PROFILE II.

15 2.1.1.1.7 FIRST AID BOX 2.1.1.1.1.4 2.1.1.1.1.QUESTIONNAIRE LIST OF TABLE TABLE NO TITLE PAGE NO 2.1.14 MANAGER ENCOURAGE HIGH ACHIVEMENTS 2.1.8 2.2 MARITAL STATUS.1.1.1.11 2.1.4 EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION 2. 2.11 SAFETY TRAINING PROGRAM 2.7 2.1.2 2.13 2.1.8 SHOES 2.18 IMPORTANT TO ORGANIZATION LIST OF CHART CHART NO 2.3 2.1.10 2.12 OPINION ABOUT EXITING SAFETY MEASURES 2.9 GLOVES 2.16 TITLE PAGE NO EMPLOYEES RELATIONSHIP WITH CO-WORKER THE DEPARTMENT GETS SUPORT FROM OTHER AREA.1.10 FIRE PROTECTION GLASS 2.1.1.1.1.16 OPINION ABOUT SALARY 2.1 GENDER 2.1. JOB RESPONSIBILITY CLEARLY DEFINED BY MANAGER SUPERVISOR PROVIDES FEEDBACK TO WORK BETTER MANAGER TAKES HIGH RESPONSIBILITY STRESSFUL JOB INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDED TO EMPLOYES WORKING HOUR PER DAY EMPLOYES SATISFIED WITH THE JOB ASSIGNED WORKING ENVIRONMENT REASON TO LEAVE THE ORGANISATION ENJOYABLE TRANSFER PROMOTION IN SERVICE PERIOD MANAGER ENCOURAGE HIGH ACHIVEMENTS APPREATION AND AWARDING SCHEMES OPINION ABOUT SALARY .9 2.1.6 2.17 PROPER SUPERVISOR 2.14 2.1.1 2.1.1.5 DEPARTMENT 2.5 2.3 AGE 2.1.6 EXPERIENCE 2.15 APPREATION AND AWARDING SCHEMES 2.12 2.1.1.13 2.1.

and temporary worksites (but not construction sites). unlike t he Factories Act 1961 and the Offices. for example. If the workplace contains process or heating equipment or other sources of dust. hotels and places of entertainment. and replace a num ber of old and often excessively detailed laws. Regulation 2(3) makes i t clear that things should be suitable for anyone. HEALTH The measures outlined in this section contribute to the general working environm ent of people in the workplace. These Regulations aim to ensure that workplaces meet the health. Sev eral of the Regulations require things to be 'suitable'. where necessary. People in control of non-domestic premise s have a duty under section 4 of the Act towards people who are not their employ ees but use their premises. shops and offices but also. . private roads and paths on industrial estates and business parks. schools. toi lets and workstations.18 IMPORTANT TO ORGANIZATION 1. appl y to most workplaces (except construction sites and some mineral extraction site s). and ensur e that adequate welfare facilities are provided for people at work. safety and welfare issues and. so far as is reasonably practicable. 'Domestic premises' means a private dwelling.1 INTRODUCTION The Workplace (Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992 complete a series of six set s of health and safety regulations implementing EC Directives. they do apply to hotels. The new Regulations expand on these duties and are i ntended to protect the health and safety of everyone in the workplace.17 PROPER SUPERVISOR 2. 'Workplace' -These Regulations apply to a very wide range of workplaces. hospitals. They cover a wide range of basic health. and exclude home workers. uncontaminated by discharges from flues. These Regulations do not prevent the use of unglued heating systems designed and installed to be used without a conventional flue.1.1. However. Ventilation should also remove and dilute warm. suc h as the kitchens of hostels. not onl y factories. These Regulations do not apply to domestic premises. more fresh air will be needed to provide adequate ventilation. chim neys or other process outlets. mechanical ve ntilation systems should be provided and regularly maintained. it is importan t to ensure the workplace is suitable for them. and be circulated through the workrooms. humid air and provide air moveme nt which gives a sense of freshness without causing a draught. particularly traffic routes. This includes people with dis abilities. The term workplace also includes the common parts of shared buildings. safety a nd welfare of their employees at work. safety and welf are needs of all members of a workforce. 'Work' means work as an employee or self-employed person. 'Premises' means any place including an outdoor place. including people with disabilities. VENTILATION Workplaces need to be adequately ventilated. REQUIREMENTS UNDER THESE REGULATIONS Employers have a general duty under section 2 of the Health and Safety at Work e tc Act 1974 to ensure. n ursing homes and to parts of workplaces where 'domestic' staff are employed. fumes or vapors.2. Windows or other openings may provide sufficient ventilation but. clean air should be drawn fr om a source outside the workplace. Where the workforce includes people with disabilities. Shops and Railway Premises Act 1963. Fresh. the health.

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