As a leader of an occupational safety and health program, you will be responsible for setting goals that will drive continuous improvement.

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As a leader of an occupational safety and health program, you will be responsible for setting goals that will drive continuous improvement. Do you think having a goal of zero injuries is effective at driving continuous improvement

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Amara 5 months 2022-01-03T03:52:37+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    Having the zero [tex]\text{injuries}[/tex] can also be considered as one of the [tex]\text{goals }[/tex] at driving [tex]\text{continuous improvement.}[/tex] It helps in supporting [tex]\text{employee}[/tex] involvement at the work.

    The continuous improvement refers to the improvement of any of the [tex]\text{process metrics }[/tex]  that help the firm in the [tex]\text{driving process efficiencies}[/tex] and the workforce [tex]\text{productivity}[/tex] while [tex]\text{reducing the costs}[/tex]. Some of the metrics that includes the process efficiency, the work force productivity, ratio of the productivity hours to the total hours, etc.

    Safety of the employees is critical for the productivity as the lesser number of accidents at the workplace. It is given that higher the manhour at work, it will increases its productivity.

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