Global Advanced Research Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences (GARJMMS) ISSN: 2315-5159
June 2017 Vol. 6(6), pp. 137-148
Copyright © 2017 Global Advanced Research Journals
Full Length Research Paper
Analysis of labor safety legislation and the evolution of professional diseases in Ecuador
Santiago Omar Ortiz López1, Gabriel Arturo Pazmiño Solys2*, Edmundo Bolivar Cabezas Heredia3, Mónica Paulina Espinoza Guano4, José Luis Vasconez Fuentes5 and Juan Carlos Alarcón Gavilanes6
1Master en Labor Law Juris Doctor, Faculty of Administrative Sciences Technical University of Ambato Technical University of Ambato - Ecuador.
2Doctor in Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineer, Business Engineer. Lecturer at the Technical University of Ambato. Technical University of Ambato - Ecuador.
3Doctor in Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineer. Lecturer at the National University of Chimborazo. National University of Chimborazo – Riobamba - Ecuador.
4Food Engineer. Lecturer at the Technical University of Ambato. Technical University of Ambato Technical University of Ambato - Ecuador.
5Master in Business Law, Juris Doctor, Faculty of Administrative Sciences Technical University of Ambato. Technical University of Ambato - Ecuador.
6Magister in Business Management, Foreign Trade Engineer. Teacher of the Schools Superior Polytechnic de Chimborazo. Polytechnic School of Chimborazo, Riobamba, Ecuador.
Accepted 02 July, 2017
Occupational safety laws currently play an important role in organizational development, the paradigm shift related to the importance of human talent has managed to generate a responsibility to prevent accidents and occupational diseases, the study carried out significantly contributes to the knowledge of the losses registered in the Ecuador during a period of 14 years, what has been evidenced is the influence of the constant updating of the regulation for the increase or decrease of this index, that is to say it becomes imperative the specific control on the part of the entity regulator. It was also found that there is a cultural factor, which prevents accurate registration due to ignorance of diseases and accidents considered as occupational. The research methodology used was descriptive in that it described the records that make available the objective population, through the collection of statistical data of occupational diseases in relation to the years of study, and then generate a study on them, and will also be applied in the description of the changes in the regulations in the selected period. As a result of the quantitative research conducted in the control units five entities studied and corroborated with twelve interviews conducted to specialist personnel in the subject.
Keywords: Laws, occupational safety, occupational diseases, human talent, Ecuador.
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