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and tools are damaged resulting to poor production which leads to financial loss caused by workers giving up work early in their lives and absenteeism at work place due to healing (Fernandez-Muniz, Montes-Peon, and Vazquez-Ordas 2009, p. 980). Job related stress, disagreements, job capability concerns, illness, as well as other work circumstances inhibit the health and performance of workers (Tappura et al 2014, p. 31).
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The non-physical occupational hazards have adverse consequences to the individuals and organisations as a whole and as Bowen et al points out that this challenge is progressing instead of decreasing (Arrman and Bjork 2017), prompting many businesses to embark on providing precautionary health agendas to their workers (Carnethon et al 2009, p. 1725) with more than 51% whose number of workers exceed 50, effected an employee wellness package in 2013 (Meng et al 2017, p. 117). The hazards consists of “physical and psychosocial” threats within the work place (Tappura et al 2014, p. 34). Psychosocial risks involve the integration of planning and coordination of work, and the company framework setting which has an impact on psychological or physical hazard (Tappura et al 2014, p. 34). In addition to endangering workers wellbeing, psychosocial hazards stimulate accidents and occupational harms (Tappura et al 2014, p. 32). These workplace mishaps show appalling figures where approximately 2.3 million fatalities are reported yearly and expenses of over 2.8 billion dollars are influenced by the occupational environment (Takala et al 2014, p. 326). From the 2.3 million fatalities noted annually, it is important to note that 2.0 million fatalities were caused by illnesses while only 0.3
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