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risk management, risk control, hospital, occupational safety and health
The health and treatment services sector, which is one of the basic sectors of the economy, is a sector with specialized workforce and up-to-date technology that provides various health and treatment services for members of the society. In order to produce and provide services at the appropriate level and quality in this Department, conditions should be provided that are safe from risks and dangers so that the work can be done in a good way. The purpose of this study is to determine the risks faced by employees working in hospitals and the necessary measures to protect them from the aforementioned risks. For this purpose, using a descriptive-inferential method, the specific risks of the radiology department and the general risks in Beheshti Hospital Kashan were calculated and prioritized with two FEMA and audit methods. The results showed that in the radiology department, only the compliance percentage of the occupational health index was in a favorable condition (90.26%) and the highest level of risk in this department is related to eye damage and headache, after which, cases They are related to skeletal and muscular disorders, as well as electrocution, which are at a critical risk level. The results related to the fulfillment of safety requirements in different aspects of the hospital also show that the highest percentage of the fulfillment of the hospital's safety requirements is related to radiation safety (82 percent), which is in a favorable condition, and on the other hand, the worst safety condition is related to safety management, fire safety, respectively. and the emergency response plan of the hospital, which are all less than 50%, which makes it necessary to prevent these risks with systematic management of occupational health and safety.
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