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The Study of Preventive Improvement on Employment Type and Occupational Safety & health Activity in the Very Small Service Industry
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 Title & Authors
The Study of Preventive Improvement on Employment Type and Occupational Safety & health Activity in the Very Small Service Industry
Yi, Kwan Hyung;
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 Abstract
The labor force has moved to services industry. An industrial accidents of service industry is three people on 10 persons in 2013. This research conducted questionnaire surveys of 1:1 directly person interviews with a structured questionnaire intended for 150 service workplaces, in order to improve occupational safety and health in very small service workplace with less than 5 employee. The survey contents is employment type, safety and health management system, safety and health training, activities. In the results, working with non-regular(informal) workers is two people on 10 persons 27.1% and female workers is about five people on 10 persons with 58.1%, and that 67.9% of non-regular workers who are mainly engaged in the production line appeared. And the work-related injury and accident experience was 3.3% and the occupational injury rate was 1.02%, especially occupational injury rate of female workers was 0.88%. Workplace risk assessment carried out in response that it was very low as 10.0% of the total. Also the safety & health education and activities was very low. Thus the safety consciousness and education is urgently required in order to prevent the industrial accidents.
 Keywords
injury;occupational;non-regular workers;safety and Health;service industry;
 Language
Korean
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