[The Hwankyung Ilbo] The Korea Occupational Safety and Health Agency and the Korea Meteorological Administration announced that on July 19 they signed a business agreement in order to prevent safety accidents that may occur in industrial sites when a dangerous weather occurs such as heat wave, heavy rain, typhoon and heavy snow.
Through these business agreements, the two organizations will carry out joint activities to prevent industrial accidents and damage caused by weather changes such as heat waves and cold waves.
The Korea Occupational Safety and Health Agency has decided to participate in the ‘Happy Happy Campaign’ conducted by the Korea Meteorological Administration for the prevention of the heat wave damage.
The organizations plans to provide information that can boost interest in weather and safety through blogs and social media.
In addition, they will provide weather breaking news through 40 signboards installed in industrial complexes nationwide.
“The agreement signed with the Korea Occupational Safety and Health Agency is one of many efforts to protect the safety of the people from the dangerous weather,” said the Administrator of the Korea Meteorological Administration. “We will continue to work with various fields in the future to lead the way in spreading the safety culture of dangerous weather.”
“The weather change is an important environmental factor that has a close relationship with our daily life as well as the industrial field,” said the chairman of the Korea Occupational Safety and Health Agency. “The Agency will make every effort to prevent industrial accidents due to seasonal factors at work.”
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