Delivery in day(s): 4
Health and Safety Business Proof Reading and Business Services
Report any potential hazards found at workplace and record it hazard register.
In the research study, the data was collected from the various interviews with the members of the health care organization. Individuals having the responsibility and the knowledge regarding the matters of OHS. Data was furthermore collected with observations noted during the tour of the organization with the use of checklist. The managers, the supervisors, the health and the safety representatives and the advisors were interviewed for obtaining information system. OHS policies, data from the website of the organization and from the company reports were furthermore collected for the analysis of the data and for the findings of the research method (Mohamed 2017). In the current study, the hazard condition or the layout of the plant explains the reasonable abnormal conditions like the failure of power, weather condition changes and more due to the various machineries, equipment, tool and appliances in the plant. Some of the common types of injury with their categories of hazard includes the following. For the case of injury type of entanglement, crush, cut, stab or puncture the related hazard of the plant that has been found in the survey analysis are hazards in the body parts, hairs, falling of the material over the body, the collapsing, tipping, rolling, the hazard of trapping among the fixtures and the plants together with the ejection of the work pieces and other materials which tend to hurt the employees and the workers of the organization through out (Phneah, Hassim and Ng 2017). Some of the potential hazards that has been found in the plant furthermore includes the slippery work surface, work overload, inadequate lightning, lack of oxygen, contaminated air, exposure to fire and the unsafe operation by the workers of the plant.
Analyze, explain and interpret your research outcomes as well as models and theories
Violation of the workplace health and the safety norms can result in serious issues of the workers in the plants (Namian et al. 2016). From the data collected both from the interview of the employees and the from the documents and the webpages, the number of accidents related to the unhealthy and the unsafe workplace conditions in the plant has been on a rise from the last few years. The plant has not been following the OHS policies and furthermore violating the WHS policies. The injury occurred due the identified risk factors in the plants include hazards from different machineries, accidental falls, shredding of the documents, the falling of the scissors and more (Robson et al. 2016). Accidents in the plants are mostly unplanned, uncontrolled and unexpected that mostly lead to the injury of the human body or the damage of the property if the plant as a whole. Some of the relevant theories related to the accident causation includes the Henrich Domino Theory, The Ferrell’s Human Resource Factor Model, The Bird’s updated theory and more. The Ferrell’s human factor model explains the multiple reasons or causes that indicates the general causes of the accidents. These include emotional state of the individual whether agitated or unmotivated, the physical and the educational background, the situational factors like the drug exposure, the pollutants and the stress related to the job (Ahmad et al. 2016). From the analysis of the potential hazard that has been found in the plants, some of the necessary maintenance of the plant due to the occurrence of the accidents includes some of the necessary steps like provision of the necessary facilities and safe systems at the workplace, following of the recommended procedures, the devices related to the isolation or the lockout, the access to the emergency controls in case of danger and so on.
Comment on any further observations
Some of the further observations include finger cuts, cut to the ear or the face of the child, the insert of scissor in the eyes of the child, the cut or puncture in foot, instances of entangled choking, strike and crush are some of the basic observations that was seen and heard from the interview with the employees of the plant (de Oliveira, Sanin and Szczerbicki 2018). Types of injuries and hazards that are furthermore observed in the plants includes the slip, trip, fall, the suffocation due to the hazardous chemicals that are used in the workplaces, the exposure to the high temperature, high pressure of the fluid and the explosion. Some of the related injuries and the issues the people in the plant faces includes lack of proper air or oxygen, poor lighting and working in contaminated areas in unsafe operations. Furthermore some of the danger tags that has been observed in the plant unit after the collection of the data of the interviews, the online web page of the webpage revealed the practice of the unsafe equipment of the plants and the machinery, the inappropriate flow of the electricity, steam and liquids, the use of the unsafe or the faulty equipment of the plants, cheap and low quality raw materials, the unhygienic working condition of the employees and the workers in the plant.
1. Ahmad, A.C., Zin, I.N.M., Othman, M.K. and Muhamad, N.H., 2016. Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Risk Control (HIRARC) Accidents at Power Plant. In MATEC Web of Conferences (Vol. 66, p. 00105). EDP Sciences.
2. Archer, R.J., Borthwick, K., Travers, M. and Ruschena, L., 2012. Whs: A Management Guide. Cengage Learning.
3. de Oliveira, C.S., Sanin, C. and Szczerbicki, E., 2018. Contextual Knowledge to Enhance Workplace Hazard Recognition and Interpretation in a Cognitive Vision Platform. Procedia Computer Science, 126, pp.1837-1846.
4. Mohamed, S.M.F., 2017. Importance of Implementation of OHSAS 18001 on the Performance of Slaughterhouse at Khartoum State (Doctoral dissertation, Sudan University of Science & Technology).
5. Namian, M., Albert, A., Zuluaga, C.M. and Jaselskis, E.J., 2016. Improving hazard-recognition performance and safety training outcomes: Integrating strategies for training transfer. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 142(10), p.04016048.
6. Phneah, S.L., Hassim, M.H. and Ng, D.K.S., 2017. Review of chemical hazard based occupational health assessment methods for chemical processes. Chemical Engineering Transactions, 56, pp.1813-1818.
7. Robson, L.S., Amick III, B.C., Moser, C., Pagell, M., Mansfield, E., Shannon, H.S., Swift, M.B., Hogg-Johnson, S., Cardoso, S. and South, H., 2016. Important factors in common among organizations decision making large improvement in OHS performance: Results of an exploratory multiple case study. Safety science, 86, pp.211-227