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Assessing and Prioritizing Health Safety and Environment Risk in Hospitals (Case Study: Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences)
Manouchehr Omidvari * 1, Dariush Shahbazi2
1- Islamic Azad University, Qazvin Branch , omidvari88@yahoo.com
2- Islamic Azad University, Science and Research Branch, Tehran
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Introduction: Nowadays, attention to opportunities andthreatsinthe field ofhealthcare and culminating in thehospitals facedwith uncertaintyandrisks wasessentialandmanage the risks involvedin thesecentersis very important. The aimof thisstudy is HSErisk assessmentmodelbasedsystemsinhospitalsmartyrBeheshtiUniversityof Medical Sciences, approaches thatcan becontrolled.

 Materials & methods: In thisstudy,weidentifythe principalrisksandsetstandards formeasuring andprovidingcomprehensive questionnaire. Theanalytical Network predictionbased onfuzzy logic(FANP)was used for priority of risk.

Findings:Theriskprioritynumber isused inhospitals,Biological factorsaffectinghumanRPNequal to32.85 was the highest risk and Physical factorsaffectinghumanisequal to11.68 was the least HSE risk of  hospital.Also the result showed that priority of the risk factors affecting the company's reputation was high.

Discussion & Conclusions: The results showed thatHospital managementshould beincontrol ofchemical and biologicalagentstoadopta specificmanagement plans. Also, according tothe results, it is clear thatit is necessary toconsider themanagementof workplaceergonomicsprogramhas beenandcontrol measureswithinthescopedefined.

Keywords: HSE, Risk management, Hospital, FANP, FMEA
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: safety
Received: 2015/02/13 | Accepted: 2015/08/16 | Published: 2016/04/18

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