|Document ID (ISN)||109865|
|ISSN - Serial title
||0925-7535 - Safety Science
|Convention or series no.
||Role of beliefs in accident and risk analysis and prevention
||July 2009, Vol.47, No.6, p.767-776. 53 ref.
||This article discusses the impact of belief systems and culture on safety and accident prevention. It is hypothesized that an understanding of the beliefs people hold about risks and the causes of accidents, as well as their perceptions of the need for safety, are important prerequisites for effectively managing risk and designing preventive measures. This is considered particularly relevant in this era of globalization where workers from different backgrounds are relocating, and increasingly complex technology is being exported. The discussion is supported by examples from both developing and developed countries.
||occupational safety; safety consciousness; human behaviour; psychology and sociology; transfer of technology
||safety engineering; human factors; developing countries; industrialized countries; hazard evaluation
||D - Periodical articles
|Country / State or Province||France|
|Broad subject area(s)
||Stress, psychosocial factors
||Transfer of technology
Safety culture and safety consciousness