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    Title: 全員參與職場的工作安全行為規範;Workplace Safety Behavior Standard of Full Employee Participation
    Authors: 張玉春;CHUN, CHANG YU
    Contributors: 環境工程研究所在職專班
    Keywords: 安全文化;職場安全行為規範;全員參與;Safety Culture;Leadership and Commitment;Employee Participation
    Date: 2017-07-25
    Issue Date: 2017-10-27 16:23:10 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 職場安全是一個企業存在的基礎,管理不當是造成人員工作行為不安全的主因。過去工安管理作業,雖已有制度化規範在執行,但效果無法深入,尤其是基層人員犯錯甚至受了傷還要受罰。導致工安管理成為形式化是因為職場安全規範漠視作業人員的參與,本研究探討對象的某人造纖維廠97年~104年發生5件有紀錄職災事故及6件廠外交通事故。
    ;The foundation for an enterprise to remain in business is workplace safety. Poor safety management leads to unsafe behaviors of working employees. Although safety management has been executed for years, the effectiveness of safety is hard to reach to result in ground employees hurt and get penalties in workplace accidents. The formality of safety management is due to negligence of full employee participation. This also led to the artificial fiber factory discussed in this study suffered 5 occupational injuries and 6 traffic accidents during 2008~2015.
    This research proposes that every employee should get involved to establish the workplace behavior standard by reviewing the standard operation procedures. Such a practice will make employees feel respected and they will be more willing to participate in safety management activities. And management can discover problems and solve them immediately through observations and interviews.
    Management leadership and commitment is the foundation for building safety culture. The factory leader demands each management level taking full responsibility of safety management in their responsible areas and functions. The studied factory improved its safety behavior rate from 96.4% to 98.6% based on observations, interviews and modified standard operation procedures. Employees proposed 54 improvement recommendations. Consequently, there was no occupational injury and traffic accident from May 2015 to April 2017. The results demonstrate that employees and management should both take responsibility for improving safety behaviors in the organization to ensure workplace safety.
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