A DESCRIPTION OF METHODS AND TECHNIQUES OF SAFETY CULTURE RESEARCH

Abstract

According to the analysis of disaster investigation, written safety plans can be effective, but its insufficient condition for maintenance optimal safety level. It is also necessary to ensure creating a true safety culture. As reported by S. Mohamed (2005), this fact highlights the need not only to better understand the role played by the organizational and behavioral variables, but also to measure their individual contributions in creating and nurturing a true safety culture. In order to improve the safety culture of a company, the most important aspect is proper assessment of the current level of safety culture. The main objective of this paper was to review the main methods of analysis (measurement) the safety culture applied in different industries and countries. As the analysis of the literature there is no perfect approach, each method has its advantages and disadvantages.

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