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Ghorbani A, Soltanzadeh A. An Investigation of the Attitudes of Health & Safety Personnel toward Safety in Construction Projects . AOH. 2019; 3 (1) :291-298
URL: http://aoh.ssu.ac.ir/article-1-118-en.html
1- Master of Science (MCs) in HSE Management, Islamic Azad university of Najaf Abad, Faculty of Basic Sciences and Nuclear Engineering, Department of Environmental Management and HSE , N.ahmad1365@yahoo.com
2- 2Assistant Professor, Department of Occupational Safety and Health Engineering, Faculty of Health and Research Center for Environmental Pollutant, Qom University of Medical sciences, Qom, Ira
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Background: With the development of technology and its increased use, potential dangers in industrial environments has increased. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the attitudes of the Fajr Institute's Health & Safety Executive (HSE) personnel toward safety. Method: The study population consisted of HSE staff (n: 39). Data gathering tool in this descriptive-analytical study was a researcher-developed, 30-item questionnaire with acceptable validity (1.9) and reliability (0.87). Data were analyzed using the SPSS 19. Samples were selected by census sampling and the entire study population was studied. Statistical methods used were mean, variance, standard deviation, t-test, Pearson's correlation coefficient, and factor analysis. Result: The average age of the participants was 28.6 years, 56.5% of them were single and 43.5% married. The average work experience of the participants was 5.2 years. Bachelor's degree (54%) and Master's degree (23%) were the most and least frequent academic degrees, respectively. The Pearson correlation coefficients showed age and work experience were not correlated with safety attitudes. The t-test results showed there was a significant difference between the viewpoints of single and married workers and attitude variable (P<0.01).The t-test results also showed there was no significant difference between education level and attitude. Conclusion: According to the factor analysis results, items were classified into four categories: management factors, educational factors, communication factors, and regulatory factors.
 
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2018/11/20

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