OHS: Xstrata Orders Study On Workers Health
The study will include approximately 100 of the company’s past and present employees.
Spokesman for the company, Steve de Kruijff stated that employers desire to learn how certain work patterns adversely affect their worker’s health.
Kruijff elaborated by stating that companies aspire to learn about the health and well-being of their workforce and their overall quality of life.
The company has reportedly altered its shift system which now includes blocks of four 12-hour work days.
According to Kruijff, miners spend majority of their day sitting down. This revelation has concerned the company,causing them to determine the best method of promoting regular exercise, and healthy living.
Xstrata’s study is expected to last about 3-years.
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