SAFETY MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME IN MANUFACTURING FIRM USING THE NINTH MILE ENUGU AND GOLDEN GUNIEA PLC (NBPC) UMUAHIA FOR THE EASE STUDY.
The research is an earnest effort to evaluate the safety programmes used by firms to find out the impact of enhanced safety management programme in Nigeria industries. To achieve a good result, the researchers made a critical evaluation of type of safety management programmes in manufacturing firm, using the EE Ninth Mile Enugu and Golden Guinea plc. (NBPCL) Umuahia for the case study.
A sample population of 89 was used to study a target population of 212 made up of 26 top management and 63 factory workers of the two government industries.
Questionnaire and personal interview were used to collect data for analysis.
The result of the protective equipment (PPE) were used, the entire industrial workers lacked safety consciousness which contributed to high rate of industrial accidents.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of content
1.1 General background of the subject matter
1.2 Problems associated with the subject matter
1.3 Problem(s) that research will be concerned with
1.4 The important of studying the area
1.5 Definition of important terms
1.6 (Chapter) reference using APA method
2.0 Literature review
2.1 The origin of the subject area
2.2 School of thought with the subject area
2.3 The school of thought relevance to the problem of the search.
2.4 Different method of studying the problem
3.0 Conclusive conclusion
3.1 Data presentation and highlighted of the study
3.2 Analysis of the data
1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE SUBJECT MATTER
There is no double that industry is one of the most important sectors of the economy. The fact that a major share of the nations yearly budget goes to the industrial sector remains a testimony. In Nigeria industrialization, virtually unknown twenty years ago is providing the much needed new dimension into which the national economy can expand and diversity.
With dynamism in industrial activities, new and modern sophisticated technology is involved, when these equipment are not used by trained workers, accidents could result because of wrong handling causing damage to equipment and the advice that why brain (1990) gain the advice that safety awareness should be created in the minds of management of all manufacturing organization no matter their size or level of growth. It goes without saying that accidents occur in an industry and if not minimized or checked would ultimately affected productive capacity of the workers as well as the management of the industry and economy in general.
Having known that accidents prevent organization from accomplishing objectives and goals, the question now should be, what measures are the 50- called management of industry doing to ameliorate, if not totally eradicate the