Safety protocols must be followed at all times in regards for the health of the employee. The process for improving organizational performance is to have a ‘Reporting and Assessment Protocol’ followed up with continuous training. Zaidi et al (2012) in their study researched a hospital with health care providers. These health care providers were trained in many different countries and hence had also worked in different hospitals. It was found in the study that although there are management and compliance programs to ensure that there must be adequate precautions taken to ensure there is no fluid based risks-such as a transfer from the patient to the health care provider, these happenings were hardly recorded properly (Zaidi et al, 2012). It was noticed that some incidents were recorded and others would not be. Here the health care provider might make a decision based on their perceived severity of the situation. The primary need is therefore to have an OSH reporting and assessment protocol.