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Islamic Azad University, , n.mardani@tiau.ac.ir
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  Background and aims: The most effective way to overcome bottlenecks and crises caused by economic and social development process is proper utilization of human capital and benefiting from its intellectual and practical capacities. On the other hand in today’s competitive world, many companies have realized that HSE management should be an integral and essential part of their organizations and should be valued and focused on as much as other on management activities of their organizations. Simultaneous consideration of health, safety and environmental issues, in addition to elimination of parallel activities, will also, due to the technical and economic balance, facilitate increased productivity and sustainable development. The objective of this study was to determine the relationship between job satisfaction and HSE performance of employees in Iran Khodro Advanced Dies Company in the year 2011.

  Methods: The objective of this descriptive-survey research was to investigate the relationship between job satisfaction and HSE performance of the employees. The statistical population of this descriptive-survey research consisted of 275 employees of Iran Khodro advanced Dies Company out of which 70 people were selected as sample using Cochran formula and simple sampling technique. A questionnaire was the main tool of study and the validity of the questionnaire was approved by some of the faculty members and the reliability of the main scales of the questionnaire was approved by Cronbach alpha Coefficients (0.84 for HSE performance and 0.94 for job satisfaction). The questionnaire was in a Likert format, to convert the qualitative Likert options to quantitative options for entry into software, the triangular fuzzy numbers method was applied. The data were analyzed by SPSSver:18 software.

  Results: Result of prioritizing job satisfaction indicated that, responsibility was in the highest rank and result of prioritizing HSE performance of employees indicated that, performance and implementation was in the highest rank. Further, findings revealed that, there were positive significant relationships between HSE performance of employees and job satisfaction at 0.05 percent level. The step-wise regression analysis indicated that seven variables (job satisfaction) explained 66.7 percent of variations of the HSE performance.

  Conclusion: According to the significant relationship between job satisfaction and HSE performance of the employees, it can be concluded that, paying more attention to job satisfaction indicators can lead to a better HSE performance of Employees.

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: HSE
Received: 2012/12/2 | Accepted: 2013/07/6 | Published: 2014/05/21