MANAGEMENT SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT: A KEY TO ADDRESS WORKPLACE CONFLICTS
...“our moral and legal integrity especially on the safety aspect is becoming more feasible and coherent.”
Workplace incidents resulting not only limited to common injury cases and asset damages but also leading to various significant fatality cases and process losses have embedded strong marks on our national occupational safety and health standard.
These incident occurrences did not only result to detrimental impacts on the financial component of the private business sectors nonetheless have also weakened the moral aspect of each industry. These are the current challenges that the different industries are now facing especially on these recent days that there are already legal sanctions for any proven gross and deliberate negligence on occupational safety and health.
To address these moral and legal implications, all key players in the business market especially those that involve critical and complex process operations are encouraged to adopt realistic innovative solutions and cost-efficient strategies. The implementation of various effective management systems in place is also one of the excellent choices to be considered towards the progressive mitigation of workplace incident cases.
Incident mitigation management involves an array of system methodologies which primarily aims, if not to eliminate, to reduce alarming growths of unexpected recurrences of these incident cases. Risk analysis and loss control management should be both incorporated in the major business plans of every industry. If this will be steadily implemented with periodic performance evaluation, then the probability of having these workplace incidents will seemingly decrease over time.
The introduction of a strong and effective management system may sound so bizarre to many but if the mindsets of our business community will be geared towards this, the realization of attaining a more defined profitability without causing further degradation on our moral and legal integrity especially on the safety aspect is becoming more feasible and coherent.
However, it should not be construed as a solution with abrupt effect since this will not happen on overnight condition only. It takes an ample amount of time of hard work and dedication to fully establish such system. This is a process of culturing a longterm productive outcome without compromising other any integral components of the business.
Henceforward, this will bring certain benefits not only on the private business individuals and/or institutions and investors but as well as to the stakeholders of the labor sector.