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Roles of Health and Safety Department and Its Future Directions in the Shipbuilding Industry
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Roles of Health and Safety Department and Its Future Directions in the Shipbuilding Industry
Choi, Yong; Oh, Sun-Young; Jeong, Byung-Yong;
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 Abstract
Objective: The aim of this paper is to introduce the roles of H&S(Health and Safety) department and its future directions in the shipbuilding industry. Background: It is necessary to improve the level and quality of Safety & Health department. Method: Various documents and performances involving a shipbuilding company have been reviewed to describe the job of the Safety & Health department. Results: The role of the Safety & Health department has increased and developed in recent domestic industry. Conclusion: The status of the Safety & Health department should be improved by introducing of new systems and skills. Application: These results can be used to provide information for establishing a more effective safety and health organization.
 Keywords
Safety & Health department;Shipbuilding industry;Safety activity;
 Language
Korean
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