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Riviera Club is a large organisation that employed approximately 700 workers and has total revenue of $8.5 million in 2017. In recent years the company had become increasing concerned about workplace safety as there had been a growing number of incidents, including one death in 2014. Riviera Club was extremely concerned about this and the company’s management was committed to improving the safety of their workers. In 2017 they undertook a large scale training program to educate their workforce about work safety. According to the CEO, Martha Henderson, the focus of the program was the slogan ‘workplace safety is everybody’s businesses. Ms Henderson stated that the company specifically worked at including every individual in the work safety program. Some successful aspects of the program included:
· all workers were given the opportunity to offer their point of view on what would make a difference to their safety in the workplace
· all workers were retrained in aspects of safety
· a system of rewards was offered to work teams that demonstrated a decrease in the number of workplace incidents
· new workers were provided with extensive training in the correct use of equipment.
Although considered to be successful, the workplace safety program is very expensive (approximately 3% of revenue in 2017). However, the costs involved in not having a safe workplace are also very high.
The following graph shows the number of workplace injury incidents during 2017. This covers all incidents ranging from very minor incidents (eg. cuts and bruises) to more serious ones requiring hospitalisation. Look at the graphs and answer the following questions.
Prepare a short report for Riviera Club management recommending that the workplace safety program continue for the next 12 months. Include in your report a general paragraph about the importance of the program and a list of at least four recommendations. Use the information in the graph in your report.
Use capital letters, full stops, dot points and any other appropriate punctuation. You may like to use the space below to draft your report.
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