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Dr M M Bagali, PhD
PhD in Safety Area
Professor and Researcher,
Management and Human Resources,
Accident Prevention & So...
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Presented Oral paper at Japan,
26-30th November, 2012
mm.bagali@jainuniversity.ac.in www.jainuniversity.ac.in
POST-TRAUMA PSYCHO-SOCIAL BURDEN DUE TO
OCCUPATIONAL ACCIDENTS & INJURY OF DISABLED WORKERS:
The role of Safe Community
3
...
• Accidents, Injury and the Post effect of injury calls for any professional to
look at the damage that is caused
• The Po...
1. A Survey was undertaken
2. Found lack of Social Support programs
3. The stress, strain, and the burden undergone by acc...
The main focus
to look at the Post Trauma stress, difficulties and burden undergone by the
victims due to Injury and Accid...
Target Population
A population of more than 200 employees (Major Disabled Victims) from
five Major organizations involving...
The intervention was done at 3 stages to capture the reactions:
(a) Knowing how the victims felt immediate after the incid...
Post Disability of MDI victims
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Disability Percentage
100% 80% 70 % 50%
110 ...
Psychological Burden
Burden Area Significance Level
High symptoms of irritability Very High
Depression Very High
Nightmare...
Social and Family Burden
Burden Area Significance Level
Disturbance in family social relation Very High
Daily activity Hig...
Economic Burden
Burden Area Significance Level
Income Loss Very High
Income Readjusted High
Income earning capacity Very H...
Social Support System
Support Areas Non-Available
Counselor Support Some Extent
Psychological Support Great Extent
Social ...
5 Action Plans
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Action No: 1
– An exclusive person needs to be given the
responsibility of taking care of Burden and trauma
victims. His/h...
Action No: 2
– Community efforts have to be streamlined.
Community rehabilitation centers to be
established
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Action No: 3
– Safe living through safe community intervention
should be worked out on macro level; and
establishment of H...
Action No: 4
– Post Trauma Centers: The Professional Councilors/
Mentors/ Social Workers/ Therapists/ have to be
part of t...
Action No: 5
– Research/ training: taking up Research work in
the area of Post trauma Rehabilitation
– Training Safety Pro...
The study strongly supports the importance of psycho-social
help in building healthy workplace and workforce and
establish...
Dr M M Bagali, PhD
PhD in Safety Area
Professor, Accident Prevention & Social Security area,
Coordinator, Research in Mana...
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  1. 1. 1 Dr M M Bagali, PhD PhD in Safety Area Professor and Researcher, Management and Human Resources, Accident Prevention & Social Security area, Coordinator, Research in Management, JAIN University, India mm.bagali@jainuniversity.ac.in www.jainuniversity.ac.in
  2. 2. 2 Presented Oral paper at Japan, 26-30th November, 2012 mm.bagali@jainuniversity.ac.in www.jainuniversity.ac.in
  3. 3. POST-TRAUMA PSYCHO-SOCIAL BURDEN DUE TO OCCUPATIONAL ACCIDENTS & INJURY OF DISABLED WORKERS: The role of Safe Community 3 Research Focus
  4. 4. • 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 and Safe Community Interventions 4 Why present Research work
  5. 5. 1. A Survey was undertaken 2. Found lack of Social Support programs 3. The stress, strain, and the burden undergone by accident victims in total disarray and cases of suicidal attempts also were observed 5 Pre-Study Observation
  6. 6. The main focus to look at the Post Trauma stress, difficulties and burden undergone by the victims due to Injury and Accidents at workplace Critically focused on POST-TRAUMA PSYCHOSOCIAL BURDEN DUE TO OCCUPATIONAL ACCIDENTS & INJURY OF DISABLED WORKERS 6 Objective
  7. 7. 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? * Damage is Severe * Post Trauma is more * Adjustmental problems are grave 7 Methodology
  8. 8. The intervention was done at 3 stages to capture the reactions: (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 8 Study Intervention
  9. 9. Post Disability of MDI victims ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Disability Percentage 100% 80% 70 % 50% 110 victims 40 victims 30 victims 20 victims Family Adjustmental Problem faced 100% 80% 70 % 50 % 130 victims 40 victims 25 victims 05 victims Economic Burden Undergone 100% 80% 70 % 50 % 130 victims 40 victims 25 victims 05 victims ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 9 The Results
  10. 10. Psychological Burden Burden Area Significance Level High symptoms of irritability Very High Depression Very High Nightmare High Worry Feeling Very High Anxiety provoking behaviors High 10 Psycho-Social Burden
  11. 11. Social and Family Burden Burden Area Significance Level Disturbance in family social relation Very High Daily activity High Level of helplessness Very High More dependency Very High Total Social Adjustments Very High 11 Social and Family Burden
  12. 12. Economic Burden Burden Area Significance Level Income Loss Very High Income Readjusted High Income earning capacity Very High Prolonged Loans High * Losses in term of Money could not be calculated accuracy 12 Economic Burden
  13. 13. Social Support System Support Areas Non-Available Counselor Support Some Extent Psychological Support Great Extent Social Support Some Extent Economic Support Some Extent 13
  14. 14. 5 Action Plans 14
  15. 15. Action No: 1 – 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 15
  16. 16. Action No: 2 – Community efforts have to be streamlined. Community rehabilitation centers to be established 16
  17. 17. Action No: 3 – Safe living through safe community intervention should be worked out on macro level; and establishment of Health Programs and after-care services 17
  18. 18. Action No: 4 – Post Trauma Centers: The Professional Councilors/ Mentors/ Social Workers/ Therapists/ have to be part of the Safety Program 18
  19. 19. Action No: 5 – Research/ training: taking up Research work in the area of Post trauma Rehabilitation – Training Safety Promoters/ Interested people – Certificate Program in Safety and Post Trauma Care 19
  20. 20. The study strongly supports the importance of psycho-social help in building healthy workplace and workforce and establishment of Safe Community Group/ team 20 Action Plan…
  21. 21. Dr M M Bagali, PhD PhD in Safety Area Professor, Accident Prevention & Social Security area, Coordinator, Research in Management, JAIN University, India Brand Ambassador, Asian HR Board, India www.linkedin.com/in/mmbagali mm.bagali@jainuniversity.ac.in www.jainuniversity.ac.in Jain University, Research program. All rights Reserved

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