Analysis of hazards and accidents on the example of a chosen production plant

  • Anna Zjawin Opole University of Technology
  • Szymon Kołodziej Opole University of Technology
Keywords: accidents, data analysis, analysis of work accidents, causes of occupational accidents, safety training, work safety, OHS

Abstract

A growing societal dependence on continuous travel results in dynamic development of road transport, which adversely affects the environment in the form of noise, traffic jams and pollution. Reducing those unwanted effects is an important goal for engineering working on vehicles at the design stage. It has to be noted that designs need to be manufactured in factories, where human labor still needs to be employed, despite advances in production automation. Proper training and education of Staff not only increases their qualifications, improving productivity, but also has a significant effect on human safety during manufacturing processes. In this work, problems related to occupational health and safety (OHS) were described and investigated. Causes of hazards and accidents in the workplace were analyzed, basing on data obtained in a large manufacturing plant. The results of this research can be helpful in improving

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Published
2018-06-30
Section
Articles