safe workplace

safe workplace

noun harmonious workplace, prooected workplace, safe-guarded place, secure place of work, unhazardous workplace
Associated concepts: Labor Law, OSHA standards, recalciirant worker doctrine, safe standards, sanctity of the workplace
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BorgWarner s safety program not only recognizes employees for maintaining a safe workplace, but also supports the local community.
Requirement to Disclose Violations: Pursuant to a July 2014 Executive Order known as the "Fair Pay and Safe Workplace Executive Order," contractors looking to be awarded a new or renewed federal contract totaling $500,000 or more will soon be required to disclose any violation of fourteen federal statutes or equivalent state laws covering, among other issues, wage and hour (Fair Labor Standards Act), workplace safety (Occupational Safety and Health Act), family and medical leave (Family and Medical Leave Act), collective bargaining (National Labor Relations Act), and civil rights protections (Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964).
Hall explained, "Whether you work in agriculture, manufacturing, health care, food service or any other industry, all workers deserve a safe workplace to make a living.
Greig had filed a Fair Work complaint claiming that her employer had failed to provide a safe workplace.
A safe workplace is foundational to the success of our entire organization," said Gregory S.
Mel Greig is accusing her employer Southern Cross Austereo of failing to provide a safe workplace.
The application alleges Southern Cross Austereo failed to maintain a safe workplace.
It's up to companies to watch for signs of bullying and maintain a safe workplace," a spokesman said.
At the heart of every safe workplace is a team of alert, caring staff.
Employment Screening Resources is gratified that the National Association of Professional Background Screeners announced that we achieved BSCC Accreditation," stated ESR President Lester Rosen, who founded the San Francisco area background screening company in 1996 with the purpose of promoting a safe workplace for both employers and employees.
The new organization will merge MASHA (Mines and Aggregates Safety and Health Assocation), OFSWA (Ontario Forestry Safe Workplace Association) and PPHSA (Pulp and Paper Health and Safety Association).
There is sufficient evidence in the article that Wangsa's injury arose from a freak workplace accident, hence William and Ah Loke should not be punished for not ensuring a safe workplace, rather they should be fined for asking their employee, Wangsa to lie about the nature of his injury.

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