Saudi Arabia’s Workplace Injury Tate has Dropped by Thirty Percent

Saudi Arabia’s Workplace Injury Tate has Dropped by Thirty Percent

RIYADH: Due to Saudi Arabia’s dedication to workplace safety and health, the country’s rate of work-related injuries has decreased over the past few years, from 416 to 288 injuries per 100,000 workers, a noteworthy 30.7 percent decrease.

Concurrently, the percentage of establishments adhering to occupational safety and health regulations has increased to 71.27 percent. As he opened the sixth Saudi Global Conference for Occupational Safety and Health in Riyadh on Sunday, Saudi Minister of Human Resources and Social Development Ahmed Al-Rajhi emphasised these advancements and hinted at a bright future for worker safety in the nation.

Under the theme “Scanning the Horizon,” the forum takes place until May 7 and covers five main areas of interest: corporate safety, sustainability, cultural awareness, technology transformation, and occupational health. Al-Rajhi, who chairs the National Council for Occupational Safety and Health, emphasised the noteworthy advancements Saudi Arabia has made recently in OSH.

He credited Saudi Vision 2030’s cooperative programs and initiatives, which sought to develop a thriving society and a diverse and sustainable economy, for this achievement.ational Council for Occupational Safety and Health, and mentioned the e-training platform for OSH.

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