Occupational Safety and Health in Halal and Toyyib Workplaces: A Review of Maqasid Al-Shari'ah Principles
Assuring safe and moral working conditions is a key component of Islamic ethics and beliefs, and Occupational safety and health (OSH) is essential for fostering wellbeing and productivity in the workplace. The convergence of OSH, halal and toyyib, and Maqasid Al-Shari'ah is critically examined in this paper, emphasizing the theoretical and practical ramifications of these ideas for fostering moral and secure workplaces. The review emphasizes the value of using OSH, halal and toyyib, and Maqasid Al-Shari'ah principles in daily life. Islamic principles are used in workplace decision-making, Islamic values are incorporated in OSH training and education, and shariah-compliant OSH standards are a few examples of this kind of integration. These values are based on the more general Islamic ideals of justice, fairness, and compassion, which can offer helpful direction for fostering moral and secure workplaces. The article suggested additional interdisciplinary research that integrates perspectives from OSH, halal and toyyib, and Maqasid Al-Shari'ah, as well as the creation of useful guidelines for putting shariah-compliant OSH practices into practice. In order to ensure safe and moral workplaces in Islamic contexts, the review emphasizes the significance of comprehending how OSH, halal, toyyib, and Maqasid Al-Shari'ah intersect. It also provides insights for policymakers, practitioners, and researchers who are interested in Islamic ethics and workplace safety.
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