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Title: Predicting Safety Culture: The Roles of Employer, Operations Manager and Safety Professional
Authors: Wu, Tsung-Chih;Lin, Chia-Hung;Shiau, Sen-Yu
Contributors: 工業教育與技術學系
Keywords: Safety culture;Safety climate;Safety leadership;Safety performance;Safety role
Date: 2010-10
Issue Date: 2013-06-05T07:24:04Z
Publisher: Elsevier
Abstract: Introduction: This study explores predictive factors in safety culture. Method: In 2008, a sample 939 employees was drawn from 22 departments of a telecoms firm in five regions in central Taiwan. The sample completed a questionnaire containing four scales: the employer safety leadership scale, the operations manager safety leadership scale, the safety professional safety leadership scale, and the safety culture scale. The sample was then randomly split into two subsamples. One subsample was used for measures development, one for the empirical study. Results: A stepwise regression analysis found four factors with a significant impact on safety culture (R2 = 0.337): safety informing by operations managers; safety caring by employers; and safety coordination and safety regulation by safety professionals. Safety informing by operations managers (� = 0.213) was by far the most significant predictive factor. Impact on industry: The findings of this study provide a framework for promoting a positive safety culture at the group level.
Relation: Journal of Safety Research, 41(5): 423-431
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