Employees Perception about Safety Training and Safety Culture

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*Does the success of safety training and safety culture depend on the effectiveness of communication of safety measures?

*Is there a need to conduct subsequent training when the employees have not fully implemented the plans from the previous training?

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I will provide ten article peer-reviewed. It is a search paper and the topic and questions are below The topic is: the Employees perception about Safety training and Safety culture Questions: Does the success of safety training and safety culture depend on the effectiveness of communication of safety measures? Is there a need to conduct subsequent training when the employees have not fully implemented the plans from the previous training? The main topic would be: Safety Culture Adequate training Effective Communication Management Commitment Safety Motivation So these are the five main points (provide me the subheading for each one of them within few hours if you can) we have time for the paper and take your time and I want to subheading as soon as possible: Do not write like this (the study found that training is the most important element in safety) write it like it is yours and use APA format. Example: training is the most important tool in safety (MM, 2010) ...
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Employees Perception about Safety Training and Safety culture- Outline
I. Safety culture
A. A safety culture is the influence of safety on the workplace attitudes, practices,
and routines (Khubrani, Bagherzadeh, & Meshkati, 2017).
B. A safety culture must be implemented at the preoperational stage for it to impact
the operational practices
C. A safety culture is essential in promoting behaviors reducing illnesses and injury
D. An organization must start with awareness in the process of building safety
culture (Khubrani et al., 2017)
II. Adequate training
A. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) provides minimum
mandatory safety training requirements (Taylor, 2015)
B. States implementing mandatory training have lower fatality rates than others
C. Organizations should focus on making training effective
D. Safety training is the first step towards establishing a safety culture (Taylor, 2015)
III. Effective communication
A. Effective communication is the process of passing information and ensuring that
the audience appreciates the themes being discussed
B. Training in safety is enhanced by effective communication between the trainer
and the employees (Lundgren and McMakin, 2018)
C. Effective safety leadership involves effective communication plan
D. Communication plans are implemented to direct communication in the workplace
and effectively communicate any risks to safety (Lundgren and MacMakin, 2018)

IV. Management commitment
A. Safety monitoring by leaders is positively related to employee compliance
(Griffin and Xiaowen, 2013)
B. Employee commitment helps in creating a safety climate which is essential in
enhancing safety (Zou and Sunindijo, 2013)
C. The management is the leadership of the organization and provides directives
which are achievable if commitment is established
D. Management commitment to safety scores has been positively correlated to job
control (Pinion et al., 2017)
V. Safety motivation
A. Safety management practices positively influence employee attitudes towards
safety (Vinodkumar and Bhasi, 2010)
B. Safety knowledge and motivation are the key mediators between management
practices and safety behavior (Vinodkumar and Bhasi, 2010)
C. Leaders have a role to provide motivation based on safety and rewards for
implementing safety practices
D. Effective training is necessary to improve safety practices and culture

References
Griffin, M. A., & Hu, X. (2013). How leaders differentially motivate safety compliance and
safety participation: The role of monitoring, inspiring, and learning. Safety Science, 60,
196-202.
Khubrani, F., Bagherzadeh, N., & Meshkati, N. (2017). Importance of Safety Culture at PreOperational Phase to Prevent Nuclear Plant Accidents. International Journal of Atomic
and Nuclear Physics, 2(1).
Lundgren, R. E., & McMakin, A. H. (2018). Risk communication: A handbook for
communicating environmental, safety, and health risks. John Wiley & Sons.
Pinion, C., Brewer, S., Douphrate, D., Whitehead, L., DelliFraine, J., Taylor, W. C., & Klyza, J.
(2017). The impact of job control on employee perception of management commitment
to safety. Safety Science, 93, 70-75.
Taylor, E. L. (2015). Safety benefits of mandatory OSHA 10 h training. Safety Science, 77, 6671.
Vinodkumar, M. N., & Bhasi, M. (2010). Safety management practices and safety behaviour:
Assessing the mediating role of safety knowledge and motivation. Accident Analysis &
Prevention, 42(6), 2082-2093.
Zou, P. X., & Sunindijo, R. Y. (2013). Skills for managing safety risk, implementing safety task,
and developing positive safety climate in construction project. Automation in
Construction, 34, 92-100.

Attached.

Employees Perception about Safety Training and Safety culture- Outline
I. Safety culture
A. A safety culture is the influence of safety on the workplace attitudes, practices,
and routines (Khubrani, Bagherzadeh, & Meshkati, 2017).
B. A safety culture must be implemented at the preoperational stage for it to impact
the operational practices
C. A safety culture is essential in promoting behaviors reducing illnesses and injury
D. An organization must start with awareness in the process of building safety
culture (Khubrani et al., 2017)
II. Adequate training
A. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) provides minimum
mandatory safety training requirements (Taylor, 2015)
B. States implementing mandatory training have lower fatality rates than others
C. Organizations should focus on making training effective
D. Safety training is the first step towards establishing a safety culture (Taylor, 2015)
III. Effective communication
A. Effective communication is the process of passing information and ensuring that
the audience appreciates the themes being discussed
B. Training in safety is enhanced by effective communication between the trainer
and the employees (Lundgren and McMakin, 2018)
C. Effective safety leadership involves effective communication plan
D. Communication plans are implemented to direct communication in the workplace
and effectively communicate any risks to safety (Lundgren and MacMakin, 2018)

IV. Management commitment
A. Safety monitoring by leaders is positively related to employee compliance
(Griffin and Xiaowen, 2013)
B. Employee commitment helps in creating a safety climate which is essential in
enhancing safety (Zou and Sunindijo, 2013)
C. The management is the leadership of the organization and provides directives
which are achievable if commitment is established
D. Management commitment to safety scores has been positively correlated to job
control (Pinion et al., 2017)
V. Safety motivation
A. Safety management practices positively influence employee attitudes towards
safety (Vinodkumar and Bhasi, 2010)
B. Safety knowledge and motivation are the key mediators between management
practices and safety behavior (Vinodkumar and Bhasi, 2010)
C. Leaders have a role to provide motivation based on safety and rewards for
implementing safety practices
D. Effective training is necessary to improve safety practices and culture

References
Griffin, M. A., & Hu, X. (2013). How leaders differentially motivate safety compliance and
safety participation: The role of monitoring, inspiring, and learning. Safety Science, 60,
196-202.
Khubrani, F., Bagherzadeh, N., & Meshkati, N. (2017). Importance of Safety Culture at PreOperational Phase to Prevent Nuclear Plant Accidents. International Journal of Atomic
and Nuclear Physics, 2(1).
Lundgren, R. E., & McMakin, A. H. (2018). Risk communication: A handbook for
communicating environmental, safety, and health risks. John Wiley & Sons.
Pinion, C., Brewer, S., Douphrate, D., Whitehead, L., DelliFraine, J., Taylor, W. C., & Klyza, J.
(2017). The impact of job control on employee perception of management commitment
to safety. Safety Science, 93, 70-75.
Taylor, E. L. (2015). Safety benefits of mandatory OSHA 10 h training. Safety Science, 77, 6671.
Vinodkumar, M. N., & Bhasi, M. (2010). Safety management practices and safety behaviour:
Assessing the mediating role of safety knowledge and motivation. Accident Analysis &
Prevention, 42(6), 2082-2093.
Zou, P. X., & Sunindijo, R. Y. (20...

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