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Occupational Safety and Health

Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) has an essential role in anticipating, recognizing, evaluating and controlling hazards that arise in or from the workplace that can interfere with the health and welfare of workers. The implementation considers the possible impact on the environment, the surrounding community and the environment in general.

In recent years, globalization of the world economy and its impact has been considered the most significant force for change in the world of work.

  • In turn, triggers shifts in work patterns, changes in work organization practices, different work patterns between men and women, and the size, structure and life cycle of companies and new technologies can generate new types and patterns of hazards, exposures and risks.

As a result,

in the scope of occupational safety and health, positively and negatively, it has been transformed into workers’ rights that all employers and authorities must comply with.


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