WOMEN EMPLOYEES IN SPINNING MILLS IN NAMAKKAL DISTRICT: A STUDY ON SAFETY ISSUES AND PROVISIONS
Word safety should be monitored in a sensitive approach, keeping an eye out for differences in how women are exposed to dangers compared to males. The study investigated the safety issues and provisions for women workers in spinning mills in the Namakkal district. The study’s research strategy is based on naturalistic observation and surveys, and the findings will be described. According to the results, seventeen big spinning mills employ 383 women. Primary or secondary data have been utilised in the study. The preliminary data were gathered using an interview schedule, while the secondary data are mostly documentary. Most respondents in a simple random sampling come from the primary defined weaker parts of the socioeconomic spectrum. The data in this study were analysed using Garrett’s ranking approach. A company’s ability to effectively manage its human resource base will positively impact all other aspects of the business. The study indicated that organisations have embraced a safety-first mentality.’ On the other hand, workers are not as concerned about safety as they should be. Every stakeholder in a company has a role to play in ensuring employee safety, not just the employer. In this study, the researcher focused on an important subject that necessitated ongoing research to discover new diseases and avoid them.
Environmental System, Labour Welfare, Occupational Disease, Safety Issues, Safety Provisions