Work-ill Reduction StrategiesSome goals and indexs that HI-TEK can use to reduce the incidence of work-related illness:
Reduce the incidence of work-related illness among employees within a specified time period.
Improve the health and safety of employees' working environment.
Increase employee willingness and opportunities to participate in health and safety training.
Improve the company's emphasis on occupational health and safety management.
Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR): The number of work-related injuries per unit time.
Sick Leave Ratio: The percentage of employees who take sick leave due to work.
Occupational health examination pass rate of employees in demonstration positions: the proportion of employees who have no occupational diseases in occupational health examinations, applicable to demonstration positions.
Safety Behavior Observations: Through employee observation and feedback, evaluate how often employees follow safety regulations and behaviors in the work environment.
Early detection rate of occupational diseases: the number of early detection cases of occupational diseases per unit time.
Occupational disease cure rate: the ratio of the number of occupational disease cases cured per unit time to the total number of occupational disease cases.
Health and Safety Training Coverage: Percentage of employees participating in health and safety training.
By setting these goals and indicators, HI-TEK can fully understand the situation of employees getting sick due to work, and take targeted measures to improve the working environment and protect the health of employees. In addition, HI-TEK can use these indicators to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of improvement measures and continuously improve the company's performance in occupational health and safety management.