Occupational Risk Management in Industry
Istrate, Gina Genoveva
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Occupational risk management is part of the occupational health and safety at workplace. Occupational risk management has a specific component relating to the assessment of the risk and a common component of all types of management including: planning, organizing, implementing, and controlling. Managers must understand the legal and moral liability of their job in ensuring a healthy and safe workplace and to make all necessary efforts to achieve and maintain this goal. Although this action is the responsibility of management, employees also have a role as important in ensuring health and safety at the workplace. The case study approach, this paper aimed to determine if employees respond to the important efforts being made by the organization to reduce the level of risk in the workplace and improve security. The case study was based on questioning of one total of 64 employees in the industrial sector in Galati area Romania. The questionnaire had a total of 24 questions chosen so as to show how well the respondents understood the occupational risk management, the attitude towards risk assessment at the workplace, how vigilant are at the workplace, if they understood measures security and the extent to which they meet.
- 2013 fascicula9 nr3