Assess the cost and benefit of the labor safety and sanitation at enterprise level
Theoretical and practical basis experience for developing measures assessing cost-effectiveness of enterprises’ labor safety and sanitation.
Researching and developing assessment measures for cost-effectiveness of enterprises’ labor safety and sanitation work based on international experience and cost-benefit analysis methods.
Developing methods to collect information and experimentally assess 2 enterprises’ cost effectiveness of labor safety and sanitation work.
Research shows that occupational accident and disease current situation is worth concerning. In 2009, there were 6200 occupational accidents nationally, leaving 6421 suffered, of which 550 people were dead and 1211 people were badly injured. The total material damage caused by occupational accidents is over 42 thousand billion dongs and more than 450000 working days. The whole country has nearly 26.700 occupational disease patients who are SI beneficiaries. Though investment in labor safety and sanitation has increased, current situation of occupational accident has generally not been improved while accidents caused by employers account for 75%.
The research has given scientific grounds for the development of assessment measures for cost-effectiveness of labor safety and sanitation work in enterprises
The study also has made some recommendations:
Finalizing the measures and developing self-assessment procedures for enterprises which have been categorized by their specific characteristics.
Developing and testing self-assessment models for enterprises.