Politics in Occupational Health

Politics in Occupational Health

Bhopal Gas Tragedy; Who is Responsible?

Late night of December 2 & 3, 1984 Bhopal, one of the biggest gas tragedy in the world. It occurs at Union Carbide India Limited (UCIL) pesticide plant in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. Over 40% people and as well as animals were got trapped in this disaster Read more…

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Posted by Mukul singh - 12/11/2012 at 07:06

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Highway with Speed Hump

Sometimes Philosophy helps me to understand related word to meaningful with logical output. In my title, it is clear that I am taking about highway which have speed hump but, as I said about logical output, here Highway is

related to Company/Industry Read more…

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Posted by Michael - 29/10/2012 at 08:13

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Novel Attitude and its Implementation towards Occupational Health & Safety

The Developed Country only could be achieving if employer and employee will work in the same environment and acts. We can’t imagine a great nation without perfect law and order and Occupational Health and Safety is the

most debating issues Read more…

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Posted by Michael - 29/10/2012 at 08:07

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Playing Politics with Occupational Health & Safety

Occupational Health and safety laws continue to suffer political forces, writes Lachlan Riches.Talking on radio about the death of Graham Palmer, who was the manager of his Picton farm, Graeme Kirk described Mr. Palmer as a ‘‘can do type of person’’ managing ‘‘a dream’’ both men shared. Read more…

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Posted by Michael - 09/08/2012 at 05:45

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