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Safety programme

In very case of work  connected  injury there  must be some  degree of hazarded and unsafe or otherwise  faulty behaviour. Therefore  in every  plant small or big a definite  planned safety  programme is necessary  for reducing  the hazards to minimum  and for  developing  safe and adequate  behaviour  for every  employee.

Objectives  of safety  Programme

1. To prevent accidents  in the plant  by reducing  the hazard to minimum.

2. To eliminate accident caused work stoppage and lost production.

3. To achieve lower workmen compensation  insurance rates and reduce all on the  direct  and indirect costs of accident.

4. To prevent loss  of life permanent disability  and the loss  of income  of worker by eliminating  causes of accidents.

5. To elevate employees morale by promoting safe work place and good working conditions.

6. To educate all members of the organization in continuous state of safety mildness and to make the supervision  competent and intensely safety minded.

7.  To contribute to better community relations.

The safety  programme  must  be a planned  continuing  effort to promote plant safety. An effective safety  programme recognizes that accidents are the results of unsafe working conditions mechanical hazards and the unsafe attitude and actions  of workers. Hence the safety  programme should  being  with the  initial  plant  installation.

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