IMPORTANCE OF SAFETY AND HEALTH AT WORK

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IMPORTANCE OF SAFETY AND HEALTH AT WORK
  1. Consists in
    1. Improve conditions and the work environment, as well as prevent and reduce possible injuries and illnesses of workers. Similarly, it helps to save money for employers in long-term organizations.
      1. Who rules
        1. The Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) carries out the Occupational Health and Safety Law (OSH Law), which contributes to occupational safety and health by enacting regulations that convey this ideal.
          1. Guarantees
            1. to the extent possible, it guarantees all men and women working in the nation safe and healthy working conditions
              1. Formed by
                1. EMPLOYER
                  1. with participation of
                    1. EMPLOYEES
                      1. with the obligation of
                        1. 1. Timely inform the employer about latent hazards and risks in the workplace 2. comply with all applicable OSHA requirements. 3. Participate in training activities. 4. You provide clear and truthful information about your health status.
                          1. They have the right to
                            1. 1. Review OSHA standards, regulations and requirements provided by the employer 2. Receive adequate safety and health training required by OSHA on toxic substances and emergency action plans. 3. File a confidential complaint with OSHA. 4. Look for safe and healthy working conditions without retaliation from your employer. 5. Receive copies of records of occupational injuries and illnesses that occur in your workplace.
                    2. That is in the obligation of
                      1. 1. If you are an employer covered by the OSH Act, you must provide your employees with a safe workplace, free from hazards that are causing, or may cause, death or serious physical injury. 2. Provide tools and equipment in good condition, including appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE). 3. Provide medical assistance and guidance to employees who suffer injuries or illnesses in the workplace. 4. Provide the required OSHA training 5. Report accidents that result in OSHA deaths within eight hours 6. Report accidents resulting in hospitalization, within eight hours 7. Maintain accurate records of occupational injuries and illnesses.
                        1. And you have the right to
                          1. 1. Request an inspection order 2. Accompany compliance officers in inspections. 3. Request an informal conference after an inspection. 4. get information about potentially toxic substances in your workplace 5. Demand the performance of work in conditions of respect and responsibility.
                            1. IN CONCLUSION
                              1. Occupational safety and health (OSHA) is vital in every company, not only to improve the working conditions of employees and avoid economic losses, but so that in the future they find no regrets for losses of people who do not have security in his workplace, he suffers an accident or illness that could cost him his life.
              2. protects
                1. The OSH law covers all employees, except public employees in state and local governments and those who are self-employed.
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