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عنوان مقاله:Returning To The Roots Of Culture: A Review And Re-conceptualisation Of Safety Culture
ناشر: [ Elsevier BV ]
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سال انتشار:June 2013
شماره صفحات: 708070-80
نشانگر دیجیتالی شیء:[ 10.1016/j.ssci.2013.01.004 ]
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Returning To The Roots Of Culture: A Review And Re-conceptualisation Of Safety Culture


مقاله: Returning to the roots of culture: A review and re-conceptualisation of safety culture

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Despite significant research, there is still little agreement over how to define safety culture or of what it is comprised. Due to this lack of agreement, much of the safety culture research has little more than safety management strategies in common. There is, however, a degree of acceptance of the close relationship between safety culture and organisational culture. Organisational culture can be described using traditional views of culture drawn from the anthropology and cultural psychology literature. However, the safety culture literature rarely ventures beyond organisational culture into discussions of these more traditional concepts of culture. There is a need to discuss how these concepts of culture can be applied to safety culture to provide greater understanding of safety culture and additional means by which to approach safety in the workplace. This review explores how three traditional conceptualisations of culture; the normative, anthropological and pragmatist conceptualisations, can and have been be applied to safety culture. Finally the review proposes a synthesised conceptualisation of safety culture which can be used to provide greater depth and practical applicability of safety culture, by increasing our understanding of the interactions between cultural and contextual variables in a given workplace and the effect they have on safety.


Despite significant research, there is still little agreement over how to define safety culture or of what it is comprised. Due to this lack of agreement, much of the safety culture research has little more than safety management strategies in common. There is, however, a degree of acceptance of the close relationship between safety culture and organisational culture. Organisational culture can be described using traditional views of culture drawn from the anthropology and cultural psychology literature. However, the safety culture literature rarely ventures beyond organisational culture into discussions of these more traditional concepts of culture. There is a need to discuss how these concepts of culture can be applied to safety culture to provide greater understanding of safety culture and additional means by which to approach safety in the workplace. This review explores how three traditional conceptualisations of culture; the normative, anthropological and pragmatist conceptualisations, can and have been be applied to safety culture. Finally the review proposes a synthesised conceptualisation of safety culture which can be used to provide greater depth and practical applicability of safety culture, by increasing our understanding of the interactions between cultural and contextual variables in a given workplace and the effect they have on safety.


كلمات كليدي:

Organisational culture , Organisational safety , Safety attitudes, Culture, Organisational culture, Organisational safety, Safety attitudes, Safety culture
فرهنگ سازمانی , ایمنی سازمانی , نگرش ایمنی , Culture, Organisational culture, Organisational safety, Safety attitudes , Safety culture


موضوعات:

Safety, Risk, Reliability and Quality, Safety Research, Public Health, Environmental and Occupational Health



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