Health & Safety

Health is a condition of comprehensive physical, mental and social well?being and not only an absence of disease or fragility. Health can also be defined as a condition or quality of the human organism expressing the adequate functioning of the organism in given conditions, genetic or environmental. Thus Health means no obvious evidence of disease and that the person is functioning normally. Several organs of the body are functioning adequately as well as in relation to one another. Health is one of the most fundamental conditions of life. Feeling healthy is basic to our everyday lives and is mirrored in the common greeting, ‘How are you?’ Rarely does a day go by when we don’t consider our own health, and inquire about the health of others. Of course, people and cultures, groups and societies elucidate the concept of the health in various ways. Moreover, in Australia and around the world, we are seeing rising rates of poor health. In the developing countries of the world, where four-fifths of the world’s people live, non-communicable diseases such as depression, heart disease and road traffic deaths are fast replacing infectious diseases and malnourishment as the leading causes of disability and early death. Health is a energetic concept with various meanings that are linked on the context in which the term is used and the people who use it. People see health as crucial to well-being, but how people define their own health depends according to their own social experience, specifically in association to their age, personal knowledge, and social and illness incidents.

Safety is an forever present concern in a population. Most human beings are in search of safety by all methods. So safety enhancement, as an obvious goal, can be a powerful marshal force. It is thus crucial to build up an allowing approach to ease the achievement of this objective. Safety is grounded in more conditions than only the lack of violent incidents or injuries. Moreover, safety comprises a personalized dimension that is necessary to take into account. This dimension is affected by separate and collective experience which will influence the feeling of safety of the community. This inspections explains to a certain scope why, for example, in some sections the feeling of safety reduces while the enormity of safety problems as injury, violence or crime remains the same. Those who work in safety enhancement activities knows the essential contribution of a set of sections such as health, individual safety, transport, justice, sports and relaxation, home, etc., when the time comes for building and executing interventions. These groups generally have among their directives, the intensification of the population’s safety.

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