Key Projects in the Area of Occupational Health and Safety Management – Case of Polish Company

Key Projects in the Area of Occupational Health and Safety Management – Case of Polish Company


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Abstract. Project management in the area of occupational health and safety management is related to implementing conditions that affect the safety of industrial practices. The goal of the paper is the review of the systematic projects in the area of the occupational health and safety management system in the chosen Polish large company that developed and adopted practices enforcing work safety system.

Occupational Health and Safety, Company, Management, Project

Published online 9/1/2023, 7 pages
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Published under license by Materials Research Forum LLC., Millersville PA, USA

Citation: STASIAK-BETLEJEWSKA Renata, Key Projects in the Area of Occupational Health and Safety Management – Case of Polish Company, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 34, pp 298-304, 2023


The article was published as article 35 of the book Quality Production Improvement and System Safety

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