Occupational Safety and Health Project

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Table of Content Context Page Acknowledgement Introduction Background to Organization Theoretical Frame work Importance of Workplace Safety Types of Hazard to look for in Organization Safety Observation Report Hazard Classification at Red Stripe Hazard Identified and Recommendation at Red Stripe Job Analysis Lesson Learnt Conclusion Appendix
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Acknowledgment We would like to acknowledge everyone who contributed significantly to this project to make it a success and God for giving us the wisdom, knowledge, strength and vision. With special thanks to: Dr. Horase Williams : who gave the group this assignment, which allowed us to put our thinking beyond reach to come up with such great ideas and broaden our vocabulary. Mr. Edmond Campbell, the Occupational Safety and Health Management at Red Stripe, who assist us with all the information needed to complete our assignment and for giving us a tour of the company ( here we could visit).
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Occupational Safety and Health Association Introduction The members of the team visited Red Stripe and assed the status of the Occupational Health and Safety Practices using the Factories Act. Information was collected and various practices of the organization were observed throughout the factory. In addition, pictures were taken where allowed and brochures were collected. To further elaborate, an analysis of our observation as it regards to safety was also conducted. This permitted us to make concrete and cost effective recommendations and therefore, allowed us to arrive at a conclusion. Background to the Organisation
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In 1927 Desnoes and Geddes announced the opening of the Surrey Brewery on Pechon Street in the heart of downtown Kingston. The first Red Stripe Beer-more like an ale, heavy and dark-was brewed a year later. The birth of Red Stripe would later be considered a milestone in Jamaican history. When the island gained independence from Britain in 1962, a columnist for The Daily Gleaner wrote "the real date of independence should have been 1928, when we established our self respect and self confidence through the production of a beer far beyond the capacity of mere Colonial dependants." The light, golden Red Stripe of today was first brewed in 1934, the creation of Paul Geddes (later Jamaica's first brewmaster) and Bill Martindale. The old Surrey Brewery on Pechon Street was phased out in 1958 when the ultra-modern plant at Hunt's Bay went into operation. This was the most modern brewery in the Caribbean. Red Stripe was first brewed in 1928. From the very beginning a superior approach to quality was adopted. Intent on producing a beer of international quality, the company's first Jamaican brew master, the Honorable Paul Geddes, traveled around the world to extract the very best from other brew masters and experts. Geddes, along with his colleague, Bill Martindale developed the winning formula for Red Stripe. Back then, the beer was more like ale, heavier and darker than its now famous successor.
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