These resources can be for example the public, legislation, insurance companies, trade unions, economic and commercial stakeholders Hughes and Ferrett, (2009). External factors are sometimes known to be what cause businesses and organisation to make mistakes or to behavior accordingly because everyone is watching their every move and step This too can create gaps and pressure for oganisations and businesses which may affect its safety culture. There are two main outcome of safety culture factors the can influences and impact a organisation or business. These two outcome are positive impact or negative impact, which shapes the way a company manage its resources or its downfall. It's safe to say that each organisation safety culture will differ in terms of attitude, behaviour or productivity, this too often depends on the structure of the organisation and it targets Hofstede and Gert Jan Hofstede, (2012) This paper will explore safety culture as management human error(internal) and legislation (external) that influence organisations or businesses way of doing things.
Here the case study is concerned with one aspect of the safety process for MSS, specifically risk analysis. It’s an important process, unfortunately performing risk analysis on MSS is not that easy. There are problems faced in MSS risk analysis, then we see possible solution. The following problems occurs during the analysis of MSS. According to some authors Condition of an MSS configuration that can lead to an accident is defined as MSS risk.
Managers need to be very cautious in following this type of leadership, because coercive leadership comes down with a large amount of disadvantages. Coercive leadership is a type of leadership that depends on abusing and harassing employees. It uses complete power and authority in commanding orders and it can be described as a very cruel style of leadership. Looking though all the styles of leaderships, coercive leadership has the most disadvantages of all. Some of these disadvantages may include these things.
A lower standard of evidence, such as the ones presented in Hopkin’s case, can be used as valid proof. This is a step forward to combat discrimination in the workplace because this recognizes that implicit forms of biases, such as stereotyping, have huge impacts in how people are treated in the workplace. Unaddressed biases can affect many workplace decisions, from promotions to daily interactions with coworkers. Not only did this case address this issue, it also established that firms are responsible for making sure that its employees are aware of biases and stereotypes and for proactively looking into incidents where stereotypes might have influenced a workplace
Safety is the number one consideration when it comes to jobs like welding. Welding can be very hazardous to a welder if he or she is not wearing the proper safety gear or taking the proper safety procedures. When welding a number of things could go wrong from explosions and gases and fumes to electrical shocks, burns and more. This paper will describe welding hazards and procedures that can be taken to avoid them. One of the main safety hazards of welding is fumes and gases.
Though completion should be encouraged, too much of it could lead to a stressful work environment. Bullying and harassment not only affects the people involved but has its repercussions on the organization as a whole. If tolerated, it only get aggravated. Role conflict occurs when there are incompatible demands placed upon an employee such that compliance with both would be difficult. Role conflict is experienced when we find ourselves pulled in various directions as we try to respond to the many statuses we hold.
Vicarious liability can be claimed for personal injury, damage to property and economic loss. For vicarious liability to be proven there must be: * A relationship between employee and his/her employer must be there. * Tort must have been committed by the worker resulting in harm. * This tort was committed whilst undertaking their manager’s instruction the tort was committed. Personal injuries The most widely recognized cases economic loss close to personal injuries coming about because of carelessness at work.
Consequences of non-compliance tribunal An employer who, fails to record a material fact, such as, correct or exact reason for a dismissal, might be find that a tribunal will considers this an unreasonable failure to follow the code. The reason is, if important information is wrong, succeeding processes that are based on it can be incorrect. Hinder organisation’s reputation A company's reputation is one of its biggest and most important assets in business and for organisation. After public relations disaster, the reputation of an organisation has worked carefully to build so all of it can easily be destroyed. 2.2 Explain how contracts of employment are established Contract of Employment • Contracts are formed through an offer and acceptance.
It can cause legal repercussions, loss of employees and damage companies reputations. When trying to gain qualities such as communicational skills during work experience; limitations could be an inability to attend meetings or other areas where communicational skills could be learnt. You must be responsible by respecting these limitations and learning to gain the skills where possible under the limitations set by the
I.e. if I’m accused of violating a contract or someone from the business entity does whether written or oral, that particular dispute might or eventually lead to a lawsuit. And if such Problems arise, they are known as "contract" claims, because the problem derived from a contractual agreement. Another serious risk and Liability faced by single proprietor is that, when someone in around the business gets injured by some act that are not actually contract related, either financially or personally. For instance, if someone got injured by one of employees through negligent; definitely, my business will be held liable.