Safety and Security in Health Care 1. How does OSHA protect health care employees? OSHA protects the employees from exposure to dangerous working conditions. The act enforces the importance of providing a safe and healthy working conditions for the employees which should be provided by the employer (Bal, 2009). It is also involved in training of both the employees and their employers on the importance of safe working conditions. Through the enactment of this act, the number of workers harmed in work places reduces significantly. 2. What should be included in a waste management plan? The waste management plan should comprehensively cover a wide range of wastes. It should show clearly the methods that will be used in the collection of identified wastes as well as the way they should be stored temporarily. Finally the method of their disposal should be put in place to make the process a success (Price & Meyer, 2012).