Recruitment

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CHAPTER-1

INTRODUCTION

This research is conducted on the topic, “Employee Health and Safety”. Under this topic we have managed to cover many aspects of employee protection. This chapter contains the introduction to the research conducted, the basic research objectives and the importance and logical basis of the study carried out.

1. INTRODUCTION
Employee Health and Safety is a very vast topic that comes under human resource management and is a very important one at the same time. Every organization now a days is looking forward to make more and more improvements in this sector if human resource development in order to be more competitive. This research paper has some excellent information from very well known resources on the required topic and is thought to provide very useful information and facts to the reader.

2. RESEARCH OBJECTIVES • To develop and implement appropriate environmental, health and safety programs, and activities associated with those programs • To make aware, to ensure the adherence to health and safety policies and practices applicable to the instruction, research and work environment in which the employees participate. • To promote personal security and overall safety Programs • To promote a safe and healthy workplace while encouraging proactive stewardship on behalf of the environment. • To empower employees to effectively manage their health and well-being. Train, and require individuals to take personal responsibility for safety, health, and the environment. • Aim to eliminate all work-related injuries and cases of ill health by providing a safe and healthy work environment and promoting health and well-being. • Aim for continuous improvement in the sustainability of all activities by, among other things, economizing on the use of natural resources and working to eliminate pollution. • Order suspension…...

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