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Review of recent research on organizational and behavioral factors associated with mine safety
Robert H. Peters
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines in Washington, D.C. (2401 E St., N.W., Washington 20241)
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 16-38.
|Statement||by Robert H. Peters.|
|Series||Information circular / Bureau of Mines ;, 9232, Information circular (United States. Bureau of Mines) ;, 9232.|
|LC Classifications||TN295 .U4 no. 9232|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||38 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||89600152|
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Research on organizational and behavioral factors in the mining industry represents a promising approach to the improvement of miners' safety.
Such research projects are usually very expensive and often require several years to perform. Because they are so costly, it is important that researchers begin their studies by reviewing any work that.
Review of recent research on organizational and behavioral factors associated with mine safety. Washington, D.C. ( E St., N.W., Washington ): U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, (OCoLC) Online version: Peters, Robert H.
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This report presents a literature review conducted by the U.S. Bureau of Mines. The review summarizes what has been learned from recent empirical studies of the relationship between mine safety and characteristics of miners, mine management, and mining companies.
The review is based on literature published in the United States from to Behavioral safety analysis has been identified as an effective alternative in many industries. This paper is therefore sought to examine the role of behavioral factors on the occurrence of mine. The recent research has directed attention to the investigation of the human behavioral related causes of accidents.
The proponent of behavioral safety believes that at risk behaviors lead to more accidents/injuries. The fewer the at risk behaviors, the better is the safety standard in by: In this paper, the questionnaire was designed and the questions in the questionnaire are taken as the organizational factors that affect the safety production of the enterprise.
SPSS software was used to process the questionnaire data distributed in the enterprise, and the credibility of the questionnaire data is : Run-ze Jiao, Xue-bo Chen, Qiubai Sun. A safety program that integrated behavior-based safety and traditional safety methods and its effects on injury rates of manufacturing workers.
Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, Vol. 30, pp. Improved safety culture and labor-management relations attributed to changing at-risk behavior process at Union Pacific (). The input-process-output model has historically been the dominant approach to understanding and explaining team performance and continues to exert a strong influence on group research today.
The framework is based on classic systems theory, which states that the general structure of a system is as important in determining how effectively it. The role of behavioral factors on safety management in underground mines P.S.
Paul, J. Maiti ¤ Department of Industrial Engineering and Management, IIT. Study variables. The goal of our research was to establish a systematic safety behavior management strategy for coal mines.
We performed a systematic study of the influence of psychological factors and safety behaviors on the frequency of coal mine accidents using a combination of experimental research, theoretical analysis and management by: 1. Part III considers the actual emergence of organizational behavior against the back-ground of the environmental forces that impinged upon it.
First were several reports on the business schools that gave major consideration and impetus to what ultimately was called organizational behavior. Second was the recruiting of social scientists into the businessFile Size: 1MB. Research has pointed out that organizational influences such as style and involvement are the determining factors associated with safety in the workplace.
The emergence of behavior based safety was derived in the s by Herbert William Heinrich (Al-Hermoud ).5/5(1). The research in social science and management are concerned with human being, which is attach to its surroundings.
The organizational behavior is an important part of the focus of research in management and social sciences and researcher must consider this part carefully to come to conclusion. The associations between safety culture and safety performance, health and wellbeing at an individual workplace safety makes a significant contribution to understanding the profile of factors associated with employees’ health and safety.
Overall, the study suggests that, while the nature of the values and beliefs in relation to safety File Size: KB. ADVERTISEMENTS: Some of the factors affecting Individual Behavior in an organization are as follows: I.
Personal Factors: The personal factors which influence the individual behaviour can be classified into two categories: ADVERTISEMENTS: A.
Biographic Characteristics B. Learned Characteristics A. Biographical Characteristics: All the human beings have certain characteristics. LITERATURE REVIEW Organizational behavior(OB) is a field of study devoted to recognizing, explaining, and eventually developing the attitudes and behaviors of people (individual and group) within organizations.
Organizational behavior is based on scientific knowledge and applied practice. Behaviour Based Safety (BBS) is an approach This fails to take account of the many factors that influence and reinforce learning and behaviours. BBS addresses these factors.
It is but a new way of working that the safety leader must continually promote for sustainable, positive Size: 1MB. The major reason Behavior Based or Behavioral Safety is so effective is its scientific base. References and links to the science from a wide range of researchers are provided.
the domain of the Mining Program. Fundamental research (e.g., to determine appropriate permissible exposure limits) is vital and should be conducted elsewhere within NIOSH, though it is not clear to the committee what and where relevant research is currently being conducted.
Surveillance, health.Mine Safety combines detailed information on safety in mining with methods and mathematics that can be used to preserve human life. By compiling various recent research results and data into one volume, Mine Safety eliminates the need to consult many diverse sources in order to obtain vital information.
It enables readers to delve deeper into a.Review Organizational change: Case study of GM (General Motor) how it works, different factors which moves organization to change, steps for change, resistance for change, change forces, change management approaches and last an example of General action research, and organizational development.
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