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Hosseinpour E, Bagheri G, Ali dost ghahfarokhi E, Amiry M, Jalali farahani M. Designing Safety model in Sports (Using Grounded Theory). ioh 2018; 15 (4) :34-49
URL: http://ioh.iums.ac.ir/article-1-2100-en.html
Faculty of Management , e.hossinpur@yahoo.com
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Background and aims: Today, creating a safe environment for sporting activities is an important and vital issue. The present qualitative study with the aim of designing a safety model in sport was conducted using Glacerian Grounded theory which is data-based.
 Methods: To this end, on the basis of snowball technique, 25 experts in the fild of safety and sport management participated in this study. They participated in an unstructured in-depth interview. Data obtained from the interview were analyzed by using a set of open coding, theoretical coding and selective coding simultaneously.
Results: Results showed that professional and committed management could be regarded as the main factor and positive safety culture, specialized qualifications, legal and ethical requirements (responsibility, abiding by ethics and law), safety instructions, complying with health principles, positive environmental approach, physical, mental and individual equipments, human factors (ergonomics), sporting  sites and buildings, and standard sporting facilities, medical actions and emergency services and application of new technologies, were determined as other safety cateqories in sporting.
Conclusion: According this model, it is recommended that we consider the role of different factors in safe sporting activities in order to prevent injuries. By paying enough attention to essentials and factors which promote the safety in sporting activities, we can achieve safety in sporting, hence preventing the sporting injuries.      

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Safety
Received: 2017/06/5 | Accepted: 2018/08/31 | Published: 2018/10/6

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