Question;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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