Module 5 - Case;WORKING CONDITIONS;Assignment Overview;Just about every workplace offers the opportunity for an employee to accidentally trip and fall. Slippery spots and stuff in the aisle to trip over can be found in restaurants, offices, and warehouses, as well as factories. Of course, many such falls are the result of employee carelessness. Nonetheless, while the resulting injuries seldom reach the level of severity we tend to associate with, say, fires in grain elevators or chemical explosions, they are painful and often incapacitate an employee for months.;EDS, a British energy company, recognized a problem in this regard that merited attention. As a result of some concerted action, injury rates from slips, trips, and falls declined significantly.;Review the video below;Leading energy company tackles slips and trips (n.d.). Health and Safety Executive. Retrieved May 26, 2014, from http://www.hse.gov.uk/slips/experience/energy.htm;Also revisit the deontology and stakeholder analysis content discussed earlier in the course.;Case Assignment;Answer these questions;? Who are the stakeholders when a worker falls and is injured?;? Should companies take steps to prevent slips and trips, even though worker carelessness is typically at fault? Explain in terms of ethical norms and principles.;? What is your evaluation of the EDS program described in the video?;Assignment Expectations;Write a 3- to 5-page paper, not including title page and reference page, to answer these questions.;Your paper should be double-spaced and in 12-point type size.;Your paper should have a separate cover page and a separate reference page.;Proofread your paper.;Upload your paper by the end of the module.
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