Educational status and organizational safety climate: does educational attainment influence workers' perceptions of workplace safety?

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Gyekye, Seth; Salminen, Simo;
(2009)

From a practical perspective, understanding the impact of education on perceptions of workplace safety would benefit management’s decisions regarding workers’ adaptability, general work effectiveness, accident frequency, implementation of safety management policies, and... View more
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