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Industrial Safety and Health Workshop for Trainers

WHAT ? WHE N?
WHO ?

HOW?

WHY ?

WHOSE ?

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WHY?

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Why we need SAFETY and HEALTH ?

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To prevent ACCIDENT
Fatalities Major/Minor Injuries Property Damage

To prevent OCCUPATIONAL DESEASES


Acute Effect Chronic Effect

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Reason for safety : Humanitarian & Morale Obligation

Cost
Law

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Reason for safety :


Humanitarian and Moral Obligation
Management fully committed and sincerely promote Safety & Health in workplace. Proper attention to employees will results in good human relation, harmony and conducive working environments.

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Reason for safety :


Financial Reasons Accident cost money

Safety and Health is a Good Business ?


Legal Requirements Minimal requirements of the law.

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SAFETY AND HEALTH IS GOOD BUSINESS

We recognize the important of costing loss events as part of total safety management. Good safety is good business
- Dr J Whiston, ICI Group SHE Manager

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SAFETY AND HEALTH IS GOOD BUSINESS

Safety is, without doubt, the most crucial investment we can make, and the question is not what it cost us, but what is save
- Chairman & MD, Conoco (UK) Ltd

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SAFETY AND HEALTH IS GOOD BUSINESS

At Shell, we believe that an excellence company is by definition a safe company. Since we are committed to excellence, it follows that minimizing risk to people, plant and product is inseparable from all other company objective
- Chairman, Shell Exploration & Production

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SAFETY AND HEALTH IS GOOD BUSINESS

VSEL recognize the link between health and safety performance and corporate competitiveness. We believe that it is good management practice to invest in prevention which can be less expensive than the total cost of accidents, ill health and property damage
- CEO, VSEL Consortium

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Future trends in Safety & Health


Still emphasis on education, but there will be more enforcement

Awareness among workers, unions and public (and lawyers too) is increasing
Multinational clients begin to demand S&H documents More Regulations can be expected

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Future trends in Safety & Health (Continues)


Occupational health is becoming more important Changing pattern of industrial injuries and diseases Workers are more skilled and replacement is more difficult and expensive

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