How Safe is Safe Case Study
As a company, would you describe PPI as having an identifiable philosophy of moral values? How do its policies contribute to this philosophy? In some ways PPI’s moral values can be considered distinguished. The reason I say this is because as we know, all for profit organizations are obviously out to make money and many will cut corners or sacrifice their future for quick gains. PPI could have very well kept their facility up to code just enough to comply with the law, but instead they are going above and beyond their own narrow self interest to insure the safety of their facility and provide a great working environment for their employees. This organization has obviously instilled some good moral values, by making decisions that not only benefit their own bottom line, but the people that work for them.
Which ethical perspective best describes PPI’s approach to safety issues? Would you say PPI takes a utilitarian-duty, or virtue-based approach? I believe PPI’s ethical perspective to safety can closely relate to a virtue-based approach. The company recognizes that it has a moral obligation to provide a safe working environment for its employees, and proper measures have been set forth and are being followed regularly, by having auditors inspect the plant to continuously improve on safety. The company continues to practice in good faith to improve its facility, thereby creating a comfortable, safe, efficient and orderly place to work. PPI is noticeably making the right decisions by acting in the best interest of its employees in making yearly improvements to keep the facility safe, the preventive measures that are being taken by the leaders of this organization is not only benefiting to the employees, but it’s also protecting the interest of the company, as been proven by the many years the company’s insurance haven’t had to pay out claims from injuries to any employees. That being said, I think the company is doing a...
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