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Safety Organization

 A safety organization consists of a systematic procedure by means  of which  interest is  co rated and  maintained and all safety activities  are co related and directed. The accident  prevention  is a  continuing  and hence continuous systematic efforts are necessary.

The  basic  objectives  of safety organization  are:

a. Creating  and maintaining interest.

b. Fact finding through periodical inspections and surveys of structures machines tools  equipment processes and employee procedures accident investigation and analysis,

c. Selection  of remedies and corrective action with  regard to unsafe acts and conditions bases  upon  the found  facts.

The  organization  set up  depends  upon the size and complexities o fthe industries. In  small industry  foreman or supervisor  may be responsible  for achievement of all the objectives of safety. Whereas in  large  industries  the number  of positions  may be  involved in the organization set up. A typical  organization  structure  for a manufacturing  concern employing  1000workers is down  in figure  below:

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