Sistemas de gestión en seguridad y salud en el trabajo (SG-SST). Diagnóstico en el sector de la construcción de Manizales

Autores/as

  • Diana María Roa Quintero Universidad Nacional de Colombia sede Manizales
  • Martín Alonso Pantoja Ospina Universidad Nacional de Colombia sede Manizales
  • Amparo Zapata Gómez Universidad Nacional de Colombia sede Manizales

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33571/teuken.v9n13a6

Palabras clave:

seguridad y salud en el trabajo, seguridad industrial, sistemas de gestión, sistemas de gestión en seguridad y salud en el trabajo

Resumen

El presente artículo da a conocer los resultados de un estudio cuyo objetivo general fue establecer el grado de cumplimiento en la implementación del Sistema de Gestión en Seguridad y Salud en el Trabajo (SG-SST) en su componente de Seguridad en el Trabajo, en las empresas del sector de la construcción de la ciudad de Manizales (Colombia). El método fue analítico y su alcance fue descriptivo. El instrumento utilizado se diseñó con base en normas internacionales y decretos nacionales. Los resultados indican que en el sector de la construcción en la ciudad de Manizales predominan las pequeñas empresas, que en la mayoría sus SG-SST son inmaduros y que las fases del ciclo PHVA se cumplen parcialmente. Se concluye que estas empresas deben articular las fases del ciclo PHVA para poder implementar satisfactoriamente los SG-SST.

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2018-12-04

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Roa Quintero, D. M., Pantoja Ospina, M. A., & Zapata Gómez, A. (2018). Sistemas de gestión en seguridad y salud en el trabajo (SG-SST). Diagnóstico en el sector de la construcción de Manizales. Teuken Bidikay - Revista Latinoamericana De Investigación En Organizaciones, Ambiente Y Sociedad, 9(13), 155–176. https://doi.org/10.33571/teuken.v9n13a6

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