The Effect of Safety Culture as a Moderator Variable of the Relationship between Safety Climate and Safety Commitment on the Safety behavior in the Oil Products Distribution Company
AL-Qadisiyah Journal For Administrative and Economic sciences,
2017, Volume 18, Issue 1, Pages 56-79
AbstractThe research aims to study the effect of safety culture as a moderator variable of the relationship between safety climate and safety commitment on the safety behavior in the oil products distribution company. Determine the importance of research in the current paucity of studies that have attempted to identify and know the nature of the relationship between the variables (safety climate, safety commitment, safety culture, safety behavior), as well as trying to find the current address and realistic problem directly affects the performance of employees in the Iraqi oil sector. Depending on the random sample were distributed (250) questionnaires for workers in the oil products distribution company., the number of questionnaires recovered (162) questionnaire, which (150) questionnaires valid for statistical analysis and response rate (60%), It was analyzed by advanced statistical program AMOS.v.21 and statistical program SPSS.v.21.Theoretical results showed the existence of a knowledge gap to explain the nature of the relationship between variables (safety climate, safety commitment, safety culture, and safety behavior) in the oil products distribution company. Practical results also showed a direct effect relations between the (safety climate and safety commitment on safety behavior) as well as the moderator role of the variable (safety culture).
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