In this system the employees are expected to do as they are told. In this system the pattern of decision-making is centralized. All the employees are supposed to follow the same standards especially at the manufacturing stage. The organization uses a very formalized approach as far as safety of its employees are concerned. The management does not tolerate any deviation from the set norms. For e.g. no matter how old or new an employee is, he is given no special consideration if he does not follow the safety rules set by the company. Even the oldest staffs are not allowed to use their own techniques based on the on-the-job experience they have gained in so many years. Due to the low risk factor of the 'machine bureaucracy system', the organization completely believes in it.
Until and unless health and safety initiatives are implemented as a part of the whole management program, the desired results cannot be achieved. Therefore OH&S management system has been successfully integrated with other business system like financial management system, environmental management system, quality management system and human resource management system for maximum benefits.
In addition to all these my organization has employee wellness program in order to enhance the employees' health status and prevent stress and burnout. Thus periodical medical examinations, cardiopulmonary resuscitation training, hypertension detection and control, improved dietary practices, stop-smoking programs, exercise and fitness, weight control, stress management, immunizations, and accident-risk reduction training programs have been organized. All this was not possible without integrating the OH&S system with the financial system of the organization.
All this has been done for the employees - the most important asset of the organization. Hence the above measures taken by the organization have fulfilled the safety needs of the employees, which have resulted in a fruitful integration of the human resource system with the core management systems of the organization.
Safety and Quality are synonymous. Since there is excellent OH&S system prevalent in the organization, the quality system is bound to be satisfactory. By taking proper care of the OH&S system the management of my organization, successfully integrated the quality systems too.
The environment in which one is working, immensely affects an employee's welfare. Just as OH&S is considered an integral part of the core management system, of late, environmental management systems are being considered an integral part of the OH&S system. This trend is prevalent in most of the modern and progressive organizations. My organization also believes in what the majority thinks. Hence OH&S has been integrated with the environment of the workplace to such an extent that these two systems, instead of separated identity, have started being addressed as - OHS&E. Since Environment