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EFFECTS OF INDUSTRIAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ON EMPLOYEES’ JOB PERFORMANCE IN SELECTED CEMENT COMPANIES IN CROSS RIVER STATE, NIGERIA.

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EFFECTS OF INDUSTRIAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ON EMPLOYEES’ JOB PERFORMANCE IN SELECTED CEMENT COMPANIES IN CROSS RIVER STATE, NIGERIA.

 

ABSTRACT:

This study investigates the effects of industrial safety and health on employees’ job performance in selected companies which include UNICEM, Dangote Plc. The study revolves around industrial safety/health strategies and productivity, together with relationships among employees, customers and management and how it affects turnover. To this end, a survey research design was adopted and a sample size of 100 staff was randomly selected for the study. The Pearson Moment correlation coefficient was used for the hypotheses tests. The result of the tests revealed that there is strategies and employee job performance. It recommended that employers should ensure adequate industrial safety/health strategies management in order to protect the lives of its employees at work place thereby reducing employee turnover and promoting staff performance.

KEYWORDS: Safety, Health Strategies, Turnover, Employee Performance

 

 

INTRODUCTION

The health and safety (H & S) of employees is a very significant issue to consider with relation to the attainment of organizational goals. Health and safety policies and programs are concerned with protecting employees and other people affected by an organization’s activities, products and services against hazards. With limited resources to help reduce occupational injuries, companies struggle with how to best focus these resources to achieve the greatest reduction in injuries for the optimal cost. Safety culture has been identified as a critical factor that sets the tone for importance of safety within an organization (OToole, 2002).

Although the benefits of effective H & S management have been well documented (Pollitt, 2011), some organizations especially those in developing countries like Nigeria still aim at maintaining or increasing productivity and profitability at the expense of employee health and safety thereby reducing employee job performance. With increasing industrialization and its consequent increase in industrial accidents and exposure to dangerous chemicals with their accompanying health implications for employees and others, the issue of health and safety management has become more pressing than ever.

International Labour Organization (ILO, 2012) reported that, everyday, 6,300 people die as a result of occupational accidents of work-related diseases – more than 2.3 million deaths per year, 317 million accidents occur on the job annually; many of these resulting in extended absences from work. The human cost of this daily adversity is enormous and the economic burden of poor occupational safety and health practices is estimated at 4 percent of global Gross Domestic Product each year. “Most of these deaths and injuries occur particularly in developing countries where a large part of the population is engaged in hazardous activities taking severe toll on these economics. It is on this backdrop, that the paper attempts to investigate the effect of industrial safety/health strategies on job performance of employees in terms of productivity, employee/customer relationship, subordinate/management relationship and turnover in selected manufacturing cement companies in Cross River State, Nigeria.

Research hypotheses

The following research hypotheses were formulated to achieve the objectives of the study,

  1. i) There is no significant relationship between industrial safety and employees’ job performance in terms of productivity, employee/ customer relationship,  subordinate/management  relationship  and turnover,
  2. ii) There is no significant relationship between industrial health and employees job performance in terms of productivity, employee/customer relationship, subordinate/management relationship and turnover.

iii)     There is no significant relationship between industrial safety/health and employees job performance in terms of productivity, employee/customer relationship subordinate/management relationship and turnover.

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