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Heidari M, Farshad A, Arghami S. Astudy on relationship between production link worker's safety attitude and their safe act in of arak metal industry. ioh. 2007; 4 (3 and 4) :1-9
URL: http://ioh.iums.ac.ir/article-1-103-en.html
Faculty of Public Health, Iran Universityof Medical Sciences , fgdir@yahoo.com
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  Background and aims

  Unsafe attitude are the offset of occurring an accident. Although conducting few studies regarding to systematic measurement on requirement and attitude in the  field of safety in organization. One of the critical factors in order to make attempts to provide some programmers increasing safety behaviors is acknowledging the safety climate of working  environment. In this study we are intending to evaluate the relationship between safety climate and safe behaviors and the relationship between these two variables and personal factors as well as.

  Methods

  Safety climate is measured by questionnaire and in order to determine the rate of safe behaviors the direct observation has been used. This survey has been conducted on 178 workers of a production line a certain industry j.e.metalic heavy industry.

  Results

  In trying to specify the reliability of questionnaire the internal consistency was measured. The rate of a crombach was reched to 91% to determine the structure of safety climate the factor analysis method was used. The analysis resulted a 4 factor answer which defines  60/30% of the total variance. There was a clear correlation between factors consisting the safety  climate and safe behaviors.

  Conclusion

  In general, there was no clear correlation between the factor climate and personal factors. There was a clear correlation between safe behaviors and two personal factors, e.g. age and work experience. There was no clear correlation between safe behaviors and educational

  degrees.

 

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Micro Ergonomics
Received: 2009/06/16

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