Case # 4 A BAD DAY
1. For me, the both events that happened was a serious disregard for safety because Ding is focused on his load he did not notice the wall if he did not brushed the wall he will not be able to crushed Ronald’s right leg. On the second event, Andres knows that the vacuum he’s using has a badly damaged electrical cord if he made his way immediately, Angela will not be badly shocked and burned. 2. A primary tool you should be using in an effort to identify and recognize the areas responsible for accidents is a thorough and properly completed accident investigation. If the company prove that because of their disregard for safety that’s why the incident happened there will be an equivalent punishment. 3. Put in place a management system.
Work with your employees to identify potential problem areas and set goals for improvement. Give your employees the knowledge to identify and take action over potential risks. Make employees, including cleaning and contract staff, responsible for specific areas. Ensure working practices and processes are being carried out properly and keeps a record of all cleaning and maintenance work. Talk to your employees so they can feedback on how measures are working. Carry out regular risk assessments
Look out for hazards like lighting, uneven floors and trailing cables. Decide who might be harmed and how, especially older people or disabled people. Consider the risks, note any potential problems and do something about them. Record your findings. Regularly review the assessment.
Know the law
Health and Safety at Work Act (1974)
Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations (1999)
Workplace Health, Safety and Welfare Regulations (1992)
4. No, Man has always had superstitions about numbers and about days. Some were supposed to be lucky; some, unlucky. Why the number 13 came to be considered unlucky no one really knows, though there are some 13th theories about it. For me, the events happened exactly on the...
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