My employer has the most responsibilities in my workplace as it is his responsibility to provide a written health & safety policy of which he is reviewing all the time. It is also his responsibility to ensure the health & safety of everyone involved with the organisation and it is his responsibility to ensure all staff are adequately trained to carry out their work safely. c. (Others in the work setting). The responsibilities of others in the work setting are basically to follow the health & safety policy formulated by the employer, to follow any health & safety signs and procedures and avoid taking any unnecessary risks which could cause harm to themselves and
Reporting Practices and Ethics Paper HCS 405 February 11, 2013 Reporting Practices and Ethics Paper In the reporting of the practice and the ethics it can be a part of today’s companies and in the health care area everywhere. As one can see that every company ethics are good in working hand-in-hand with each other. Of the health care business keeping good records are the most important thing to keep on the patient needs and making sure reporting all of the profits of the business that needs to be provided that makes the finance department important in the health care
With over 170,000 employees around the world, Johnson Controls is a global industrial leader serving customers in over 150 countries and is committed to corporate social responsibility (Johnson Controls, 2014). Corporate social responsibility is a sustainable business model that is built around the integration of environmental considerations, ethical business practices, company profitability, and governing laws. Companies have the responsibility of taking ownership for the impact of its decisions and activities on the environment, society, and its own prosperity. This triangle of responsibilities is referred to as the “triple bottom line” of planet, people, and profit (Green Living Tips, 2010). The purpose of this report is to present a social responsibility proposal for Johnson Controls that will focus on environmental considerations, sustainable business practices, ethical decision making by leadership, and compliance with all government laws and regulations.
Executive leaders and champions of six-sigma projects must be black-belt qualified. A typical manufacturing QC department has a variety of functions to perform including planning and budgeting for the QC program in a plant. ISO audits result in certifications that are done by first, second or third parties. Passing a first-party audit is the best form of certification. The philosophical leaders of the quality movement, Philip Crosby, W. Edwards Deming, and Joseph M. Juran had the same general message about what it took to achieve outstanding quality.
Safety and health in our company must be a part of every operation. Without question, it is every employee's responsibility at all levels. We will maintain a safety and health program conforming to the best practices of organizations of this type. In the direction of being successful, such a program must embody the proper attitudes toward injury and illness prevention on the part of supervisors and employees. It also requires cooperation in all safety and health matters, not only between supervisors and employees, but also between employees and their co-workers.
Section II: Procedures & Standards: A. Code of Conduct: Star Management & Consulting, Inc. has designed a code of conduct to deal with day to day ethical and organizational issues. It covers the behavior expected of every company employee or company representative. Star Management & Consulting, Inc. conducts all business accurately, objectively, and ethically. It is expected by the company that every employee will comply with this policy.
It’s important that all employees are well trained and fully prepared to work with different individuals as well as having diverse leaders who will ensure that those values are maintained throughout the company. Safety is the last value I would establish in our company as all employees operating the manufacturing equipment are well trained to be functional on the job. Frequent safety meetings and constant feedback from managers will be essential to ensuring that safety standards are being met in our company to prevent any potential harm to individuals or those around
(COSHH) * Management of health and safety at work regulations 1999 * Health and safety (first aid) regulations 1981 1.2 Describe the main points of health and safety policies and procedures. Whilst the company has a key responsibility in managing Health and Safety in the workplace, we all as employees have a part to play. We are all responsible for acting in a safe manner whilst at work. By understanding our responsibilities and following our safety rules, we will be helping to comply with Mears legal duties and contributing to the safe running of our workplace. My responsibilities as set out by Mears are.
National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) These guidelines apply to all healthcare workers, local authorities, charities and all other health and social care providers. They support the healthcare professional to ensure that they are providing patients with the best quality care and offer the best value for money. Topics for guidance are referred to NICE by the Department of Health for appraisal. Control of Substances Hazardous to Health 2002 This is the law that requires employers to control substances that are deemed to be hazardous to health, such as chemicals, dust, fumes
These include: * The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 This is the primary piece of health and safety legislation that outlines the responsibilities of individual employers for maintaining health and safety in the workplace. It applies to any person who uses the premises whether they are employees, parents or visitors to the setting. It is the responsibility of the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) to enforce the Health and Safety act. The HSE have the power to issue prohibition or improvement notices and can prosecute any person found to be in breach of the act. An employer’s duties include ensuring the health, safety and welfare of all employees by means of risk assessments, training and instruction for employees and sharing of information.