MM Bagali Safety Accident Poster [Compatibility Mode]

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  • 1. Dr M M Bagali, PhD in Safety Area Professor, Accident Prevention & Social Security area, Director, Research Center, Centre for Advanced Studies in Accident and Safety Studies,‘Santrupti ’building, 8th cross,H.No.17/2374, Kalyanagar, DHARWAD-580 007, Karnataka State, India. sanbag@rediffmail.com
  • 2. Research Focus Post-Trauma Psychosocial burden due to Occupational Accidents & Injury of disabled workers: Need for Professional Post Trauma Management Intervention dr mm bagali/india/sanbag@rediffmail.com 2
  • 3. Why present Research work• Accidents, Injury and the Post effect of injury calls for any professional to look at the damage that is caused• The Post-trauma burden, stress, strain, difficulties faced by victim & family members are too severe and damaging• A total family disorganization prevails which has an adverse Psychosocial adjustmental influence on daily functioning of the victim and the family members, per se• Post Trauma Management dr mm bagali/india/sanbag@rediffmail.com 3
  • 4. Pre-Study Observation The stress, strain, and the burden undergone left victims in total disarray and cases of suicidal attempts also were observed dr mm bagali/india/sanbag@rediffmail.com 4
  • 5. Objective The main focus to look at the Post Trauma stress, difficulties and burden undergone by the victims due to Injury and Accidents. Critically study POST-TRAUMA PSYCHOSOCIAL BURDEN DUE TO OCCUPATIONAL ACCIDENTS & INJURY OF DISABLED WORKERS at workplace dr mm bagali/india/sanbag@rediffmail.com 5
  • 6. Methodology Target Population A population of more than 200 employees (Major Disabled Victims) from five Major organizations involving all the MDI was the focus group. Why MDI? dr mm bagali/india/sanbag@rediffmail.com 6
  • 7. Study InterventionThe Macro intervention was done at 3 stages:(a) knowing how the victims felt immediate after the incidence (post-responses)(b) after few days of hospitalization (in hospital), and(c) Presently after the incidence, i.e. after long span of time and before joining back to work. It was an Major intervention all these 3 levels and to know the severity and the degree of burden faced, while looking at all those adjustmental bagali/india/sanbag@rediffmail.com se dr mm problems faced, per 7
  • 8. The ResultsPost Disability of MDI victims…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………Disability Percentage 100% 80% 70 % 50% 110 victims 40 victims 30 victims 20 victimsFamily Adjustmental Problem faced 100% 80% 70 % 50 % 130 victims 40 victims 25 victims 05 victimsEconomic Burden Undergone 100% 80% 70 % 50 % 130 victims 40 victims 25 victims 05 victims………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… dr mm bagali/india/sanbag@rediffmail.com 8
  • 9. Psycho-Social BurdenPsychological BurdenBurden Area Significance LevelHigh symptoms of irritability Very HighDepression Very HighNightmare HighWorry Very HighAnxiety provoking behaviors High dr mm bagali/india/sanbag@rediffmail.com 9
  • 10. Social and Family BurdenSocial and Family BurdenBurden Area Significance LevelDisturbance in family social relation Very HighDaily activity HighHigh level of helplessness Very HighMore dependency Very High dr mm bagali/india/sanbag@rediffmail.com 10
  • 11. Action Plans• An exclusive person needs to be given the responsibility of taking care of Burden and trauma victims. His/her should be trained in counseling; rehabilitation; and trauma care areas• Community efforts have to be streamlined. Community rehabilitation centers have to be established• Funds have to be provided to work in this area. The funds may be utilized to have a study and survey of such trauma cases, prepare an action plan based on the results and further work that needs to be undertaken. An International support is needed• Safe living through safe community intervention should be worked out on macro level; and establishment of Health Programs and after-care services dr mm bagali/india/sanbag@rediffmail.com 11
  • 12. Action…Thus, The study strongly supports the importance of psychosocial help in building healthy workplace and workforce dr mm bagali/india/sanbag@rediffmail.com 12
  • 13. Further discussionemail:sanbag@rediffmail.comwww.cimr.edu.in dr mm bagali/india/sanbag@rediffmail.com 13
  • 14. dr mm bagali/india/sanbag@rediffmail.com 14