An air injury and illness prevention program is a proactive process to help employers find and fix workplace hazards before workers get hurt. The major goal of injury and illness prevention programs is to prevent workplace injuries, illnesses and deaths that are bound to occur in the work environment. Under this program, Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA), that was initiated four decades ago at least a number of injuries and illnesses of workers in organizations that have implemented it effectively has reduced by over 60%. The employers on their side have experienced higher productivity and quality, reduced turnover, reduced costs and greater employee satisfaction. However, the program has not been to attain maximum results due to complexities of implementation due to reluctant authorities who should act as oversight, lack of support by the community and mischievous employers.
The act was developed to establish an effective, flexible, commonsense tool that would be used to dramatically reduce number of workplace injuries. The implementation of OSHA has faced several challenges in different work environments. The employers of different organizations might not understand the relevance of the act or may remain ignorant of its existence. According to research surveys carried out in most states within United States, it is clear that some organizations have….
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