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Enterprise Development and Competitiveness Occupational Safety and Health [OSH] in Enterprise Development and Competitiveness is something that all companies should be interested in.   However, from a Ugandan perspective are employees and employers ready to acknowledge that OSH can assist in enterprise development and competitiveness? These issues in today’s ever changing world are crucial to the…

The link above shows you a step by step account to properly wash your hands.

ROAD SAFETY SITUATION IN UGANDA According to the latest WHO data published in 2018 Road Traffic Accidents Deaths in Uganda reached 11,730 or 4.52% of total deaths. The average adjusted Death Rate is 40.17 per 100,000 of population ranks Uganda number 15 in the world. Measures need to be taken to reduce the risks of…

SDG 17: Partnerships for the Goals Safety, Health and Environment is not a standalone profession, Safety and Health Officers work with many other professionals, from engineers [civil, environmental, ], Human Resource Managers, Hotel Managers, Transport Managers to name a few. It is this broad aspect of safety and health that makes it such an interesting…

SDG 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions Peace, justice and strong institutions can only help in putting safety and health in its rightful place and that is at the top of every company and organisations set of priorities. When people are not protected at their workplace they feel abused and vulnerable; therefore no peace.  Often…

SDG 15: Life on Land Life on land from a safety, health and environment perspective is easy.  We need all three to be working together. Use of pesticides, in higher and higher concentrations is imminent if you read all the information around. Just check with the University of Google.  Now you may smile or even…

SDG 14: Life Below Water “The world’s oceans – their temperature, chemistry, currents and life- drive global systems that make the earth habitable for humankind.  How we manage this vital source is essential for humanity as a whole, and to counterbalance the effects of climate change” [UNDP, 2020]. You are asking yourself, so where does…

SDG 13: Climate Action Climate action should be on everyone’s minds as it has a great impact on our working life.  With the changes in our climate the degree of safety and health must increase as it is important that employees are protected. Generally, changes in climate can increase the safety and health hazards we…

SDG 12: Responsible Consumption and Production How many pairs of shoes can you wear at a time?  The answer is one. So why do many women have over 100 pairs of shoes.  The same for men, how many pairs of trousers can you wear at a time? The answer again is one.  Now we are…

SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities Sustainable cities are healthy cities, they are cities where it is safe to live and work.  Simple enough, so why do we not want them?  Where are the planners, why do have we slum areas, where there is no sanitation and safe water.  Why are children allowed to defecate…

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