Volume 13, Issue 4 (11-2014)                   TB 2014, 13(4): 164-172 | Back to browse issues page

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FirooziChahak A, BarkhordareiFirozabadei A, MirzaeiAlavijeh M. Assessment of Safety Climate in one of the Mine in Yazd Province . TB. 2014; 13 (4) :164-172
URL: http://tbj.ssu.ac.ir/article-1-1203-en.html
Ph.D Shahid Sadoughi University of Medical Sciences, Yazd, Iran , ABF1340@yahoo.com
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Abstract Introduction: Today technology development and is notable the role of labor in industrial environments. Hence Importance of the having a safety culture, safety climate As a subset of safety culture survey perceptions of staff understanding about the work environment, level of interest in safety management and risk control measures relating to safety and deals with the turnout. And work hand in mine, is known among the riskiest. This study aimed to assess the safety climate was one of the mines in Yazd province 2012. Methods: This Study was cross-sectional descriptive. Community was the operation of mines in Yazd province formed the census method, 32 patients were included. Data collection tools in two section with a valid safety climate questionnaire of twenty questions (α=0.77) in seven domains including four item management commitment (α=0.8), three item communication about safety issues (α=0.83) three item safe environment (α=0.77), three item responsibility managers (α=0.75), three item perceived risk (α=0.64), two item job satisfaction (α=0.71) and the consciousness safety issues with two item (α=0.84) if the answer to the five-degree Likert completely disagree (1 point) to totally agree (5). The second part of demographic and background questions included: age, marital status, work history, monthly income, education, and work long and shifts. The interview data collected by the Mine Safety and Environment authority were tested by SPSS-18 by using descriptive and analytical tests such as the Pearson correlation, ANOVA, independent T-test and linear regression analysis α=0.05. Results: 28.1% single, 71.9% married, 40.6% of primary and guidance school education, 21.9% diploma and 28.1% had bachelor's or higher. Mean score of each of the domains were management's commitment 11.09±2.66, Communication 7.50±2.36, environment safety 8.09±1.92, responsible managers, 6.56±1.58, to risk perception 8.43±1.56, job satisfaction 4.59±1.58 and consciousness of safety issues 4.25±1.27. The mean age among the domains of management commitment (r=-0.458 ,p=0.008), communication about safety issues (r=-0.390 , p=0.027), there was a significant correlation. Risk perception and consciousness of safety issues Domains predictive job satisfaction. Conclusion: The results showed that statues of verity safety calamite domain were in average level in view point of mine labor.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2013/03/3 | Accepted: 2013/10/15 | Published: 2014/11/21

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