This complimentary publication is a collaboration between Enhesa and International SOS.
India, a growing economy and the world’s largest democracy, has a population exceeding 1.2 billion. The industrial and corporate presence in India has shifted its focus on occupational health practices both from a compliance and a duty-of-care perspective.
Over the past few years, the country has seen several changes in its social, political and environmental conditions, and businesses are required to adapt to these changes. Healthcare trends in India have been and remain consistent with challenges other emerging countries face.
This paper will address the current health landscape and summarize the occupational health and safety (OHS) regulations and requirements that organisations must respect in India for legal and reputational reasons.
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