Safety CultureModel and its Dimensions on the Example of Coal Mines in Poland
In the article an original model of safety culture and connected with it research results on the example of enterprises from the coal industry will be presented. Survey included 1170 miners. Thesis concerning that the key role in forming “high” safety culture is played by managers was verified.
|This chapter was published in: Anna Rakowska & Joanna Szubielska , , pages 965-972, 2013.|
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