Occupational Health in INDIA
India's growing economy has a population exceeding 1.2 billion. The industrial and corporate presence in India has shifted the focus on occupational health practices both from a compliance and Duty of Care perspective. The country has seen consistent changes in its social, political and environmental conditions, which create complex challenges for businesses.
The magnitude and complexity of the workforce, required to drive the economic growth, makes it imperative for emerging economies to focus on occupational health to sustain the economic growth. This paper discusses the current health landscape and the occupational health and safety (OHS) regulations and requirements that organisations must adapt to in order to be successful when investing and operating in India.
Mitigating Human Capital Risks and Occupational Health Challenges in India
This whitepaper produced in partnership with Enhesa, addresses the major challenges organisations may face when operating in India, and how to adopt local occupational health and safety frameworks and health laws to mitigate risks and provide Duty of Care to their employees. It outlines the current occupational health and safety regulatory structure, legal requirements, employer’s responsibilities to its workers and concludes with two case studies.
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