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Momeni J, Yahyaei E, Janizadeh R, Pourbakhshi Y, Elyasi S, Jahangir Boluorchian M. Investigating the Contract Welders Quality of Life and the Quality of Working Life Relationship in Anzaly City in 2014. AOH. 2020; 4 (3) :627-631
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1- Bachelor of occupational health Anzali hospital ,Anzali, Gilan, Iran
2- Master of occupational health, Gillan university of medical science, health faculty, Gillan, Iran
3- Master of occupational health engineering, Tarbiat modares university, faculty of medical science, Tehran, Iran
4- Master of occupational health, Anzali health center, Anzali,Gilan Iran
5- Bachelor of occupational health, Abbas abad health center, Mazandaran, Iran
6- Instructor, Department of occupational health , health faculty, Gilan university of medical sience, Gilan,Iran , mblourchian@yahoo.com
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Background: Today human resources are strategic parts of the organizations and are considered as intelligent and valuable assets. Human resources are the most valuable asset of organizations that face the major problem. Research has shown that working life and personal life have an interactive and exacerbate effect on each other. Based on the vast variety of harmful effects that endanger welders health it was tried to investigate the relationship between life quality and working life quality of contract welders in a shipbuilding factory in Bandar Anzali city. Methods: In this analytical descriptive cross–a sectional study carried in 2014, 100 contract welders in the shipbuilding industry in Bandar Anzali was selected with the systematic method, and participated as contract welders. Data were collected with reliable and validated questionnaires include demographic information, life quality questionnaire (SF-36), and Walton life quality questionnaire (1975). Data were analyzed using SPSS18 software by using the Pearson correlation test. Result: %84 of contract welders were very happy with their life quality, and %60 were satisfied with working life quality. There was a significant meaningful relationship between life quality and working life quality (P<= 0.00, r= 0.4). The overall living space variable from life quality had a significant meaningful relationship with life quality score changes (P <= 0.042, r= 0.342). There wasn’t any relationship between age, degree, and job experience with life quality and working life quality. But a single job or not having a second job had a significant meaningful relationship with life quality satisfaction and working life quality (P<= 0.023, r=0.262). Conclusion: This study showed that there was a relationship between life quality and working life quality. Therefore improvement in either of these two can improve the other one and also help the health promotion of welders.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2019/01/16 | Accepted: 2020/07/10 | Published: 2020/07/10

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