Safety refers to the physical or environmental conditions of work which comply with prescribed Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Standards and which allow the workers to perform the job without or within acceptable exposure limit to hazards. Occupational safety also refers to practices related to production and work process.
Health means a sound state of the body and mind of the workers that enables the worker or employee to perform the job normally.
All establishments, workplaces and other undertakings are covered, including agricultural enterprises whether operating for profit or not, except:
The OSH Standards provide that every company shall keep and maintain its workplace free from work hazards that are likely to cause physical harm to the workers or damage to property. Thus, the worker is entitled to be provided by the employer with:
Employers must provide their employees with the following instruments and/or working stations:
Establishments must observe the following safety measures:
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