( ISSN 2277 - 9809 (online) ISSN 2348 - 9359 (Print) ) New DOI : 10.32804/IRJMSH

Impact Factor* - 6.2311


**Need Help in Content editing, Data Analysis.

Research Gateway

Adv For Editing Content

   No of Download : 51    Submit Your Rating     Cite This   Download        Certificate

HEALTH AND SAFETY MEASURES- A CASE STUDY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO APGENCO

    1 Author(s):  NAVEENA GRAPE KUMARI

Vol -  10, Issue- 3 ,         Page(s) : 69 - 76  (2019 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMSH

Abstract

Because of the high number of accidents that happen in development and the outcomes this has for specialists, organizations, society and nations, word related safety and health SH has turned into an imperative issue for partners to deal with the human asset safety and health is a APGENCO worried about the improvement, advancement, and upkeep of the work environment condition, strategies and projects that guarantee the mental, physical, and enthusiastic prosperity of representatives, and also keeping the working environment condition generally free from genuine or potential dangers that could harm representatives. In any case, from alternate points of view and utilizing diverse instruments scientists have contemplated word related dangers in development. There are a few instruments and strategies to research and comprehend word related accidents in the development business. This study is conducted questionnaire from the employees about the health and safety measure in APGENCO providing at their workplace.

1. Johnstone, R., Quinlan, M. and Walters, D. (2005). Statutory Occupational Health and Safety Workplace Arrangements for the Modern Labour Market. Journal of Industrial Relations, 47, 93-116.
2. Boselie, P., Paauwe, J. and Richardson, R. (2003). Human resource management, institutionalization and organizational performance: a comparison of hospitals, hotels and local government. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 14(8), 1407- 1429.
3. Fuller, C.W. and Vassie, L.H. (2004). Health and Safety Management: Principles and Best Practice. London: FT Prentice Hall.
4. Salesh Sindhu, 2012, Role of Organisation in Welfare Measures for Employees, International Journal of research in It & Management, vol.2(9), September 2012, p.37
5. P.k Padhi, labour and industrial laws, prentice hall India, 2007.
6. S. Poongavanam (2011), “A study on labour welfare facility (with reference to AFT, Pondicherry), International Journal of Research in Commerce, Economics & Management”, Volume No: 1 (2011), Issue no. 1 (May) ISSN 2231-4245.pp.40- 44.
7. Ramesh M. (2012) “Employees’ Perception on Welfare Practices- dy of A.P. Eastern Power Distribution of AP Limited” Advances in Management, Vol. 5 (9) Sep. (2012) pp-56-60.
8. Ataul Huq Pramanik (2000), Humanomics, Vol: 16, Issue: 2, Page: 3 – 18.
9. Parul P Bhati, Dr. Ashokkumar M., “Provision Of Welfare Under Factories Act & Its Impact On Employee Satisfaction” Journal of Business Management and Social Sciences Research (JBM&SSR) ISSN No: 2319‐ 5614, Vol.2, No.2, February 2013.pp-57-69.
10. Torzman S (2004), Culture and recreation Links to wellbeing: The caledonn institute of social policy.
11. Yu Hsing (2001), International Journal of Social Economics, Vol: 28, Issue:4, Page: 338 – 343
12. Frick, K. and Wren, J. (2000). Reviewing occupational health and safety management – multiple roots, diverse perspectives and ambiguous outcomes. In Frick, K., Jensen, P.L., Quinlan, M. and Wilthagen, T. (eds). Systematic Occupational Health and Safety Management: Perspectives on an International Development, 17-42, Oxford: Elsevier Science Ltd.
13. Fuller, C.W. and Vassie, L.H. (2001). Benchmarking the safety climates of employees working within a partnership arrangement: a case study in the offshore oil industry. Benchmarking: An International Journal, 8, 413-430.
14. Hale, A.R., Guldenmund, F.W., Van Loenhout, P.L.C.H. and Oh, J.I.H. (2010). Evaluating safety management and culture interventions to improve safety: effective intervention strategies. Safety Science, 48, 1026-1035.
15. Hale, A. (2000). Culture’s confusions. Safety Science, 34, 1-14.

*Contents are provided by Authors of articles. Please contact us if you having any query.

Testimony


Bank Details