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Diagnosing safety and health levels in workplace

Safety diagnosis on hazardous processes and facilities helps to identify potential hazards and risks of the process, and suggests problems and measures of improvement. In addition, technical assistance is provided to help employers make voluntary improvements
Workplaces subject to safety diagnosis
  • Safety and health diagnoses are being conducted for workplaces that received orders from the local labor office or upon the request of voluntarily participating workplaces
  • On-site safety and health diagnosis are conducted after understanding workplace hazards
Diagnosis by order: Workplaces ordered by the local labor office to conduct safety and health diagnosisin accordance with the Article 49 of OSH Act
Voluntary diagnosis: Workplaces, whose employer requested the diagnosis for voluntary improvements
Process of the safety and health diagnosis
  • Flow charts and details
  • Request for OSH diagnosis
    Voluntary, or under Article 49 of the OSH Act
  • Preliminary survey
    Discuss the area and period of the diagnosis, Identify hazards
  • Organize diagnostic team
    Diagnostic teams are organized by taking into account the characteristics of the workplaces
  • Contracting
    Write a contract based on the discussion with employers - costs, period, submission date, etc.
  • Diagnosis
    Make diagnosis for each professional area
  • Write the report
    Written by individuals who participated in the diagnostic process
  • Submit the report
    As stated in the diagnosis contract, which has been agreed by the employer
    (within 30 days in the case of diagnosis by order)