Social Responsibility of Enterprises in the System of Comprehensive Work Safety Management
The purpose of the article is to study the role of socially responsible behavior of enterprises in the system of integrated labor protection management and to determine its features in the conditions of martial law.
It has been proven that the integrated management of occupational health and safety at the enterprise is a systematic approach to organizing and ensuring the safety and health of the enterprise’s employees, which involves coordination, planning, implementation and control of measures aimed at preventing risks and ensuring the safety and well-being of employees, and is based on based on the principles of management leadership, employee participation, risk identification and assessment, implementation of security measures, monitoring and analysis, continuous improvement.
It was determined that the main aspects of the social responsibility of enterprises during wartime include ensuring the safety of workers at workplaces, supporting workers and their families, ensuring sustainable operations during a military conflict, preserving production and jobs, participating in public initiatives, observing ethical principles, etc.
The peculiarities of the social responsibility of enterprises in the field of labor protection in terms of occupational safety, health of workers, interaction and communication, compliance with social standards and social influence are systematized.
In order to promote the development of a safety culture and increase the level of social responsibility of enterprises in the field of labor protection at the state level, a number of measures have been proposed, including the development of a system of standards, criteria and indicators for classifying companies as socially responsible, spreading the experience of social policy of successful corporations in in the field of labor protection, implementation of a campaign to popularize labor safety, creation of a system of financial incentives for enterprises with a high level of social responsibility in the field of labor protection, etc.
The direction of further research can be scientific substantiation of effective mechanisms of interaction of state authorities with local self-government bodies, associations of employers and entrepreneurs, trade unions and other organizations in order to implement state policy in the field of labor protection.
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