The Practices and Principles Related to Health Disaster

This report gives an outline of the practices and principles related to a health disaster. It is aimed at helping those individuals interested in understanding health disaster in an organization. It provides a base from where education and further studies can be developed (Norton, et al, 2011)
The report is structured into five major sections. The first section provides a findings summary for the identified manual task of non-compliant hazardous. It explains why the task is found as being non- compliant with the use of evidenced information. It demonstrates an area of research through including guidance materials, relevant legislation and specified section. The second section deals with proactive strategies. It describes strategies that lead to the future achievement of compliance. It also provides evidenced-based details that support and explain the plan and shows how compliance would arrive at compliance with related legislation through regulations, use of acts, standards, or practice codes. The third section deals with performance indicators. It illustrates two indicators of performance used in measuring the satisfaction of proactive strategies. Section four is the legislative summary table. The table provides a summary of details with other related guidance materials and health legislation and occupational safety that are important during the research of manual tasks that are hazardous. It also provides at least two local, two international and two national resources. The last section is the conclusion. It summarizes the entire report.
A manual task that is hazardous is defined as a task which necessitates an individual to lower, carry, pull, push or move, restrain or hold any individual, thing or animal involved in the below mentioned: sudden or high force, sustained or repetitive force, repetitive movement, vibration exposure, awkward or sustained posture. The factors mentioned above can lead to direct stress or injury of the&nbsp.body.