10 Nov 09

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH PROGRAM FOR THE AREA OF FOOTWEAR INDUSTRY CENTER DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING THE PROBLEM TO CIDM currently provides training services in the area of manufacturing, group insurance including programs such as shoes which are made processes which involve large numbers of computers, machines that may be causing risks. In the footwear sector presents risks associated with occupational diseases physical, electrical, fire, fumes from the adhesives and solvents, trapping them with machines, among others, caused by lack of security measures for each of these processes. Justification At present the CEWR not have a document contemplated activities and safety measures for each of the processes and jobs to the area of footwear, so it is necessary to design an OSP where strategies are developed that ensure optimization of processes and reduce risks. To plan, document and implement the PSO is necessary to identify each one of the dangers that are present during development of the processes of shoes, and these should be classified and deeply describe what achieves propose preventive and promotional measures and contingency plans can be implemented. headquartered in Miami, Florida seeks to design and market lower cost alternative solutions, which enable people to maintain better health To make continuous improvement of PSO must develop control and monitoring plans that include regular inspections and management of indicators to assess efficiency. GENERAL PURPOSE Plan, document, implement and manage Occupational Health Program of the Center for Design and Manufacturing Industry SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES ‘Identify specific areas of the insurance companies heart’ Diagnosing the original state of the specific areas of the Center ‘Prepare the schedule of activities for each area ‘Compile with instruments of information necessary for documentation of the project’ Socializing insurance the Occupational Health Program in the different areas’ health plan Raise registration activities’ Developing indicators to monitor the Occupational Health Program ‘periodic audits Program Occupational Health ‘Shaping the COPASO (Joint Committee on Occupational Health) in support of continuous improvement for the Occupational Health Program’ Implement preventive actions health to minimize risks in specific areas ‘Execute corrective actions in case of occurrence or event’ Organizing prevention and promotion workshops aimed at improving the work environment has benefited from the program: Social Impacts Sena Learners ‘low percentage of accidents’ increase in performance of the apprentice dental insurance ‘Improved health and hygiene of the apprentice’ Resistance to Economic Change ‘Increased production hence economic growth’ Improving product quality ‘They increase costs for acquisition of personal protective equipment and new technologies’ Optimization of Environmental Resources ‘Environmental Risk Decreased by PGIRS implementations in the area of the medical insurance shoe’ Decrease of emissions, health plans fumes from solvents and adhesives technology: ‘Adquisiscion of new technologies’ Cultural Process Improvement’ culture of using PPA for the project RESTRICTIONS ‘resistance to healthcare changing procedures due to the reform process, new equipment’ Lack of financial and human resources for the Implementation of PSO ‘Opposition for organization of activities by the lack of time apprentices RESULTS’ Identify, classical critical areas, where most accidents occur ‘Decrease the risks which arise in the work area ‘Managing the risks of occupational safety and health to improve the performance of learners’ Optimize processes to reduce risks “Finding the causes of accidents and take steps to protect staff from risks before they occur’ Perform immediate control to unsafe conditions existing in the area of the shoes ‘Making the working environment a safer and healthier place’ Execute production operations with economy, efficiency and safety Planning 1.


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