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Occupational health assignmentsRole of ministery of health and labour office in sudanSafety and health at workMade by dralaa abdalmageed Mohamed ahmedSupervised bydr sara laviniaSafety and health at workA Healthy workforce is vital for sustainable social and economic development on a global national and local levelsThe classic approach to ensure health and safety which depend on enactment of legislation and inspection of work places is not more effective so more comprehensive ways is needed which includeCreating a safe workplaceProviding and maintaining safe machines and systems of work for supported employeesOrganising the safe use of dangerous goods and hazardous chemicalsControlling hazards such as dust, noise and fumesProviding hygiene facilities such as toilets and change roomsProviding information on hazards to ensure all supported employees have a clear understandingProviding instruction, training and supervision to supported employeesMonitoring your work area and employee healthMaintaining information and records on health and safetySupporting an injured supported employee’s return to workDemonstrating safe work practicesHazard identification and emergenciesRole of the ministeryNational government are responsible for establishing and maintaining safe working conditions and ensuring through regilelstion that occupational health are provided for allThe overall Vision of the Ministry of Labour is to foster safe, fair and healthy workplaces characterized by productive relationships and high performance that drive a vibrant, competitive economy and generate widespread benefits for all.The Ministry works to prevent workplace illness and injury by implementing the priorities of its integrated occupational health and safety strategy. As part of the strategy, the ministry collaborates with its partners in OHS system with the twin objectives of improving the effectiveness of the OHS system while, at the same time, making workplaces more The OHS system comprises all the organizations and individuals that contribute to the prevention of workplace injury and illness. self-reliantThe strategy also sets strategic priorities to guide system partners, workplace parties and other occupational health and safety organizations as they work together towards safer workplaces. It acts as a guide for the health and safety system in planning, coordinating and delivering integrated activities, programs and services. The strategy recognizes that, to prevent workplace fatalities, injuries and illnesses, all parties need to move forward together in a flexible and adaptable manner so the ministry can not alone implements OHS strategyit focus is on improving workplace health and safety practices through education, training, and enforcement of provincial legislation and regulations through partnership with the system’s education and prevention partnersthe Minister shall issue an Order to establish a committee under the name of “the Federal Manpower Committee” consisting of a president and a number of competent members representing the relevant administrations of the State, i.e. employers and workers.The Committee established may establish branch committees in the districts. The Federal Committee and its branch Committees at the districts shall be supervised by the Minister.The Committee shall:(a) coordinate, in accordance with the adopted general policy, the activities of the executive bodies in charge of workers; (b) calculate and count, on a regular basis, the number of workers and submit to the Minister all the information and recommendations which it deems necessary for submission to the Council of Ministers; (c) supervise the implementation of the adopted labour programmes in a manner which is adapted to the plans for development; (d) perform any other activities related to labour which the Minister may assign it to perform within the framework of the General Policy adopted by the Council of Ministers. (2) The Committee may empower any of its authorities to the branch Committees in the districts.The main legislation on occupational safety and health is contained in the Labour Code of 1997, and List of Factories Decree of 1981 and List of Factories (occupational health) also of 1981. More recently the Tobacco component Control Law was approved in 2005.promote good standards of health and safety at work_ inspect all places of work and monitor compliance with health andsafety laws_ investigate certain serious accidents, causes of ill health andcomplaints_ carry out and sponsor research on health and safety at work_ publish codes of practice, guidance and information_ provide an information service during office hours_ develop new laws and standards on health and safety at work