Behaviour Based Safety
Now-a- days, every company wants to achieve the goal of Zero Accidents. Safety Departments have developed different technical and safety programs to meet the specific needs of their industry. Unfortunately, injuries still occur which leaves them frustrated and in the process, some may turn to BBS or “Behaviour Based Safety” to find the solution. Nevertheless implementing a people-oriented, behaviour-based safety program requires a strong commitment and takes time. It works on the belief that unsafe worker behaviours are the main cause of injuries and injuries can be prevented only by controlling behaviours. The results are worth it. According to W. Edwards Deming “If you do what you’ve always done, you’ll get what you always got!”
Work Life Balance
Work-Life Balance means meaningful daily achievement and enjoyment in all aspects of the person’s life: Work, Family, Friends, and Self. You need to ensure that work component does not overwhelm or dominate the vital components of life and thereby causing damage to the individual mental wellbeing through the medium of Distress (or Negative stress).
Diet & Nutrition
Good nutritious diet is important in every walk of life and defines the level of your health in the long run. Good diet taken in childhood not only helps in their growth and development but lays the foundation of strong adulthood. Similarly, dietary habits in an adult life decide your future level of health in an old age. A balanced diet means getting the right types and amounts of foods and drinks to maintain a healthy weight, supports normal growth and development and promotes the overall health.
Life Style Management
Healthy lifestyle management includes making the right food choices each day combined with physical activity at any stage of your life. It gives you a blueprint of your healthy living in a life-long journey. This will not only keeps your stress levels down and maintains your mental well-being but also builds your immunity to fight against various chronic diseases such as Hypertension, Diabetes and Obesity etc. A healthy lifestyle is needed to achieve your physical, social, educational and career goals.