• M. Cüneyt Bağdatli Nevsehir Haci Bektas Veli University, Engineering and Architecture Faculty, Department of Biosystem Engineering, Nevsehir, Turkey
  • Ahmet Mahmut Kiliç Cukurova University, Institute of Science, Department of Occupational Health and Safety, Adana, Turkey
Keywords: Risk Analysis, Fine- Kinney Method, Occupational Safety, Organized Industry Enterprises, Nevsehir Province, Turkey


This research has been carried out within the scope of the solutions proposed for the evaluation of occupational safety risk analysis in 10 selected enterprises by random sampling in Organized Industrial Zone of Nevşehir province, Turkey and elimination of risk factors towards the results obtained. In scope of the study, Fine – Kinney method were used as risk assessment methods in each of the food, metal processing, machining and plastic firms. At the end of the study, a total of 122 risk factors have been identified in the whole enterprises. Commonly risks arising from falling from heights, fire, exposure to chemicals, electrical components and ergonomic situation insufficiency have been identified. In addition, risks such as insufficient environmental hygiene, lack of ventilation, excessive noise, inadequate training for emergency situations and insufficient use of protective equipment were determined. The identified risks were put forward by different method approaches and it was concluded that the findings were similar in all methods. The regulations and principles to be applied in order to eliminate or minimize the identified risks were discussed and the dimensions of the preventive measures were exhibited. As a result, audits of organized industrial enterprises related to occupational health and safety need to be conducted more strictly. In addition, the measures should put into practice in order to define identified risks and the issue should be monitored by the experts.


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How to Cite
Bagdatlı, M. C., & KILIÇ, A. M. (2020). OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY RISK ANALYSIS OF ORGANIZED INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES IN NEVSEHIR PROVINCE OF TURKEY BY FINE-KINNEY METHOD. International Journal of Engineering Technologies and Management Research, 7(7), 33-41. https://doi.org/10.29121/ijetmr.v7.i7.2020.722