The author clearly brings out a very vital aspect of food safety in the whole article. He advocates that new policy reforms in the food sector will help solve the problem of consumption of contaminated food. This means that the government should particularly invest in food safety, which will in turn reduces huge expenses incurred in treating food related disorders. Proper food testing and tracking their processing should be of priority. Moreover, regulations and strict codes are important in controlling the processing of foods that may cause harm to the consumers.
The other aspect of health and safety in organizations is the provision of good working conditions, which enables employees and the organization to grow. This means the organization should offer good compensation for the efforts workers put into growing the organizations, and guarantee workers an environment of growth, sustainability, and adaptability. On the other hand, workers are obliged to thrive and excel in training initiatives offered, by the organizations, to promote customer satisfaction, revenue generation, and healthy relations between all stakeholders.
Despite the fact that cost containment issues are a sizable concern when it comes to safety in the healthcare industry, a precursory overview of current literature on the topic of OSHA and the healthcare industry reveals that the most notable efforts to improve safety in this profession have focused on the use of needles and the spread of bloodborne pathogens. Beginning in the early 1990’s, OSHA developed its Bloodborne Pathogen Standard, which sought to protect healthcare workers from contracting dangerous illnesses via infected needles and blood samples. Although the legislation mandated specific disposal procedures for needles and syringes, by 1999 OSHA had developed a more comprehensive law to further ensure the safety of healthcare workers utilizing syringes and needles: the Needlestick Safety and Prevention Act.