Factors Contribute to Safety Culture in the Manufacturing Industry in Malaysia

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Ong Choon Hee;
(2014)
  • Journal: International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences,volume 4,issue 4 April,pages63-69
  • Subject: Safety culture, leadership support, management commitment, safety management system
    acm: TheoryofComputation_LOGICSANDMEANINGSOFPROGRAMS

The purpose of this paper is to explain the role of safety culture in the manufacturing industry in Malaysia and identify factors contribute to safety culture. It is suggested in this study that leadership support, management commitment and safety management system are ... View more
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