Safety Behavior : Job Demands , Job Resources , and Perceived Management Commitment to Safety

  • Hansez I
  • Chmiel N
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See, stats, and : https : / / www . researchgate . net / publication / 45095649 Safety : Job , Job Resources , and Management Article DOI : 10 . 1037 / a0019528 : PubMed CITATIONS 53 READS 663 2 , including : Isabelle University 68 SEE All . The . The job demands-resources model positsthatjobdemandsandresourcesinfluenceoutcomesthroughjobstrainandworkengagementprocesses.Wetestwhetherthemodelcanbeextendedtoeffort-related"routine"safetyviolationsand"situational"safetyviolationsprovokedbytheorganization.Inadditionwetestmoredirectlytheinvolvementofjobstrainthanpreviousstudieswhichhaveusedburnoutmeasures.Structuralequationmodelingprovided,forthefirsttime,evidenceofpredictedrelationshipsbetweenjobstrainand"routine"violationsandworkengage-mentwith"routine"and"situational"violations,therebysupportingtheextensionofthejobdemands-resourcesmodeltosafetybehaviors.Inadditionourresultsshowedthatakeysafety-specificconstruct'perceivedmanagementcommitmenttosafety'addedtotheexplanatorypowerofthejobdemands-resourcesmodel.Apredictedpathfromjobresourcestoperceivedmanage-mentcommitmenttosafetywashighlysignificant,supportingtheviewthatjobresourcescaninfluencesafetybehaviorthroughbothgeneralmotivationalinvolvementinwork(workengage-ment)andthroughsafety-specificprocesses.

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  • Isabelle Hansez

  • Nik Chmiel

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