Adherence To Occupational Health Standards In Kampala: A Case Study In Kisenyi
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Adherence To Occupational Health Standards In Kampala: A Case Study In Kisenyi Small Scale Industries In Kampala
1.1 Million People (65%) annual deaths are due to unsafe workplaces. In addition, about 300, 000 fatalities out of an estimated 250 million accidents in the workplace lead to partial or complete disability (WHO, 2006; ILO, 2005). Studies have indicated that near to 24,000 workers are injured every eight hour work day and almost 17 workers are killed on the job each day in the United States (OSHA, 2007). Methodology: This was a cross-sectional study with both quantitative and qualitative. Data collection in this study, the questionnaires was administered questionnaires to respondents.DownloadViews: 119

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