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									Occupational Safety and
 Health in Zimbabwe
         Presented
             By
     Matthew M Ncube
 Assistant General Manager
 Occupational Safety,Health
    Research and Policy
        Development
 NATIONAL PROGRAM FOCUS
 WORKER


 WORK   ENVIRONMENT

 COMMUNITY   ENVIRONMENT
      CORE OPERATIONAL
     PROGRAM OBJECTIVES
 Prevent Occupational Non-Disabling,
  Disabling and Fatal Injuries
 Prevent Occupational Ilnesses and Diseases
 Create Ideal Work Environments and
  Conditions
 Create Awareness and Knowledge on
  Occupational Safety and Health Through
  Information, Education and Training
    KEY CONSIDERATIONS
 INTERNATIONAL LABOUR STANDARDS
  (ILO CONVENTIONS)
 REGIONAL (SADC, AFRICA
  UNION,COMESA) CONCERNS
 NATIONAL POLICIES AND LEGAL
  PROVISIONS
 SECTORAL ECONOMIC FOCUS
     NATIONAL APPROACH
 DEFINEDOCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND
 HEALTH PROGRAM ELEMENTS:
  OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY
  OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH
  OCCUPATIONAL HYGIENE AND RESEARCH
  PROMOTION, AWARENESS AND TRAINING
  LIAISON
       Occupational            Occupational
          health                  safety

             Occupational safety
                    and
                  Health
Promotion                             Occupational
                                        Hygiene
                                        research
            Training institiutional
                 workplace
 ENFORCE
  LEGAL                     PHYSICAL
PROVISIONS                 CONDITIONS
 HAZARDS                 INSTALLATIONS
CONTROLS                   EQUIPMENT
                           MACHINERY




   OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY



  PROCESSING OF
     ASBESTOS
PACKAGING, STORAGE
TRANSPORTATION, USE
                       DESIGNATED OCCUPATIONS
PRE-ASSIGNMENTS,        CERTIFICATION FOR PRE-
    PERIODIC,                ASSIGNMENT
    EXIT, AND              MONITORING AND
 SPECIAL HEALTH         DETECTION OF DISEASES
  ASSESSMENTS                HEALTH RISK
                            ASSESSMNETS




              OCCUPATIONAL
                 HEALTH
                            •NATIONAL HAZARD PROFILE
       EVALUATIONS                OF WORKPLACES
 OF WORK ENVIRONMENTS             •MONITORING OF
IN MINES, PROCESSING AND      HAZARDOUS EXPOSURE
      MANUFACTURING            •INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE
    INDUSTRY THROUGH          •EXPOSURE STANDARDS
        INDUSTRIAL         •HEALTH RISKS IN ECONOMIC
          HYGIENE                    SECTORS
                             •HAZARD CHARACTERISTIC



               OCCUPATIONAL HYGIENE
                       AND
               RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT
 OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND
    HEALTH PROMOTION
 EMPOWERMENT    OF SOCIAL PARTNERS
  ON OHS THROUGH INFORMATION AND
  AWARENESS
 PUBLICATION OF OHS ISSUES
 ORGANISATION FOR EFFECTIVE
  INVOLVEMENT OF SOCIAL PARTERS
 FACILITATION FOR MANAGEMENT
  SYSTEMS
 OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND
     HEALTH TRAINING
 PROFESSIONAL CAPACITY BUILD UP
 MANAGEMENT AND WORKER TARGETED
  TRAINING
 PROFESSIONAL TRAINING
 IMPLEMENTATION OF STANDARD
  PROGRAMS AND SYSTEMS
 CONSISTENCY IN PERCEPTIONS OF OHS
   Proactive Operational thrust
 PROACTIVE APPROACH
 PREVENTIVE THRUST
 PREVENTIVE
 FORESEEBLE
 PREVENT
 NO ONE SINGLE PROFESSION HOLDS
  KEY TO OPERATIONS
     OCCUPATIONAL LUNG
         DISEASES
 GOLD         NICKEL
 COAL         PLATINUM
 CHROME       CHEMICALS
 CEMENT
 CERAMICS
 QUARRIES
 NICKEL
 PHOSPHATE
         CONCLUSION
 HISTORICALBACKGROUND
 ECONOMIC GROWTH
 WELFARE OF CITIZENS
 PROTECTION
 PREVENTION
 PROACTIVE APPROACH

								
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