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: