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While maintaining high ethical standards and complying with laws and regulations are important for all businesses, manufacturing companies face additional challenges because of the potential for harming employees and consumers.
When you operate a manufacturing line, the potential for injury to workers and the possibility that your products are unsafe for consumers is always present. Implementing policies, procedures and controls to reduce these risks is not only ethical -- it is often a legal requirement.
Safe Manufacturing Environment Ethical businesses prioritize safety in the workplace. In a manufacturing environment, the presence of machines and raw materials make adequate safety procedures both legally mandatory and ethically necessary.
In addition to basic safety rules, such as wearing protective gear and refraining from engaging in risky behavior, the main issues relate to a reasonable balance between inconvenience, productivity and safety. Applying too many rules creates compliance problems, while not addressing safety issues can lead to injury.
If you give the employees a role in developing safety regulations for a production line, it helps in the implementation of effective rules that strike the right balance. Reduced Environmental Effects Manufacturing processes use energy and produce waste. Legal restrictions govern how companies can produce energy while limiting emissions and how they have to treat waste to reduce environmental damage.
Ethical concerns influence the overall approach of a company toward environmental degradation caused by its manufacturing operations. Taking into account both legal and ethical factors, you have to reduce your energy use by increasing energy efficiency and exploring the use of alternative technologies.
At the same time, you can reduce waste by looking at where it is generated and changing your manufacturing process to produce as little as possible. Secure Workplace Employers have a legal and ethical responsibility to ensure workers are not subject to sexual harassment or other forms of workplace hostility and to treat all employees fairly.
If your manufacturing environment has mostly male workers, you have to be especially vigilant that female employees feel welcome and comfortable. To meet both the legal and ethical challenges, institute detailed policies against harassment and make sure all employees comply.
Safe Products In addition to internal issues, manufacturing companies face liability once their products leave the factory.
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Product safety is governed by legislation, and ethical concerns mean you should only ship products that have been tested for safety. While knowingly shipping dangerous products is illegal and unethical, the use of your products also may have unintended and harmful effects.
Going beyond legal requirements to thoroughly test all aspects of the use of your products reduces your exposure to possible law suits and fulfills your ethical duties.The NNI is committed to fostering the development of a community of experts on ethical, legal, and societal issues (ELSI) related to nanotechnology and to building collaborations among ELSI communities, such as consumers, engineers, ethicists, manufacturers, nongovernmental organizations, regulators, and scientists.
Legal and Ethical Issues in Multimedia: A Technical Perspective Leone Woodcock School of Multimedia and Information Technology Southern Cross University, AUSTRALIA [email protected] Abstract In the multimedia environment, where there is a perception that software the Australian software industry amounts to $ .
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Section A – Identify and discuss legal and social issues of the multimedia industry “Multimedia” the name itself indicates it’s a combination of multiple media content, all the digital devices, electronic machines utilized this generation and future generations mainly aims to focus on.