Labor-Related Laws and Requirements

example belowDiscuss how safety management and human resource management can collaborate toaddress labor-related laws and requirements.    The collaboration between the two can be vital for a strong safety culture in the work environment. The companies having the more durable safety culture had both safety management and human resource management working together (NARFA, 2015). The human resource department is the first line of defense in ensuring the business is on the right track. They hire people for the job, which sets the tone for the workers and the business. Setting the company up for success by choosing the right workers and fully capable. An initial risk analysis from HR can help determine the well-being and type of people that come on the job. With the rise of fatalities seemingly growing, it is essential for HR to look out for the safety of the workers and protect the company. A solidified HR will take charge and initially assume a part of the advancement in the organization, setting the precedence for them.    The safety management team does administer and monitors the implemented safety program. The HR may not play much in the safety program monitoring but should help stay abreast due to injury and incident prevention (Ireportsource, 2018). The safety program needs to ensure that the safety values are upheld following the guidelines and rules. They monitor the safety program and keeping everything documented while updating the program when necessary is vital. Communication is a crucial player in the safety program between all players as HR and the safety management progress keeping each other abreast of what is going on and keeping the company transparent.    The HR and safety management working together can assist each other towards a more significant activity. If they set the goals and have a comparative mission, it can make the team a robust workforce and well-established place. The issues they may face could be the lack of communication with one another, which can cause problems in the end. While HR is responsible for ensuring the organization follows the OSHA rules and requirements, the safety management ensures the work environment is safe from hazards to ensure a well-rounded workplace. HR and safety are significant functions and have similar objectives, making sure the qualified and right people are working while complying with the safety laws. They may not have to work together for it all to work, but not doing so may become a failure at a cost for the business (Morrison, 2021).    References:NARFA. (2015, July 28). iReportSource. (2018, April 18). Retrieved May 9, 2022, from, K. W. (2021, July 15). HR and the Safety Department. Safety Health.