Title

International Solutions For Improving Community Health And Workplace Safety

Document Type

Journal Article

Publisher

WSO World Management Center

Faculty

Faculty of Business and Law

School

Office of Assoc Dean - International (FBL)

RAS ID

18367

Comments

This article was originally published as: Jansz, J. , Trapani, R., Brandys, R., & Brandys, G. (2014). International Solutions for Improving Community Health and Workplace Safety. World Safety Journal, XXII(1), 8-12. Original article available here

Abstract

Community and workplace safety improvements are an important concern for the United Nations Economic and Social Council. At the 26th World Safety Organization International Environmental and Occupational Safety and Health Symposium focus group research was conducted with participants from twelve countries to identify international emerging issues in community and workplace safety and to develop risk control recommendation for these concerns. This article describes the outcomes of the focus group findings which were that health and safety education should be taught to children in pre-school, improvements were required for sports safety, there was a need to involve everyone in the organization in workplace

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