To achieve better site safety performance, emphasis has been placed on implementing effective safety programs. The result showed that the most influential factor is management support. Abstract The construction industry is characterized as one with a poor safety culture globally. This paper identified 16 critical success factors CSFs of safety programs from safety literature and previous research and these were thereafter validated by construction safety professionals.
Many construction companies in Saudi Arabia have tried to control the rising costs of accidents and reduce projects delays due to the accidents; however, they do not know why the safety programs do not work efficiently, or where to start.
Furthermore, using factor analysis, the 16 CSFs could be grouped into four dimensions: In recent year, to overcome such safety problems, safety program implementation has been given significant consideration as one of the effective methods.
Previous article in issue. In order to effectively gain from safety programs, factors that affect its implementation need to be studied. The study was conducted through questionnaire surveys with 80 respondents from medium Critical success factors influencing safety program large-scale construction projects taking part.
In order to accomplish the aim of this study, the following objective was taken into consideration which is to study the factors contributing to the success of implementing safety program in construction projects.
To achieve this aim, this study examined and synthesised numerous factors identified in past research studies on construction safety, whereby a set of factors was developed.
Despite this fact, the overall level of construction safety in Saudi Arabia has been relatively low.
Analytical Hierarchy Process AHP was then conducted to prioritise these factors, based on the input from a group of experts representing 18 construction companies in Saudi Arabia.
This study has a main aim which is identifying the critical factors affecting the successful implementation of safety programs among construction companies in Saudi Arabia.
Previous article in issue. After all the raw data obtained, the data were then inputted and analyzed with the software of Statistical Package for the Social Sciences SPSS, version Finally, Pareto principle was employed to develop seven most critical success factors, which represent the areas where companies should focus their attention and effort to achieve better safety levels through effective implementation programs.
The survey intended to assess and prioritize the degree of influence of those success factors have on the safety programs as perceived by the respondents.
Volume 14, Pages open access Author links open overlay panel S. Of 40 sets questionnaires were distributed, only 36 sets questionnaire returned and analyzed. Considering the current lack of understanding on these factors within this particular context, this study is the first and essential step to promoting comprehensive safety programs implementation within the Saudi Arabia construction industry.
The main aim of this paper is to identify the Critical Success Factors that influencing safety program performance in Malaysian construction projects. In order to validate the findings, three case studies were further conducted to test the effect of those success factors on construction safety performance.
Apparently, these five factors have been given appropriate consideration in the construction sites and should be implied if it is not emphasized in construction industry in Malaysia.
The study was carried out within Penang and Kedah States; it was basically focused on the respondents who involve in construction.Ranking of critical success factors for safety program implementation AHP technique requires the development of a hierarchical model which consists of three levels: Level 1 - the goal of the problem; Level 2 - the critical factors; and Level 3 - the sub-factors of individual critical factors.
"Critical Success Factors That Influencing Safety Program Performance In Malaysian Construction Projects: Case Studies," Journal of Academic Research in Economics, Spiru Haret University, Faculty of Accounting and Financial Management Constanta, vol.
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Critical Success Factors for Behavior-Based Safety throughout the course of the study, ending at a low of 34%, 16 percentage points below the baseline mean of 50%. These data, in concert with the modest increase in safety-belt use, support risk compensation theory (Peltzman, ).
success factors for effective risk management procedures. To explore the importance of critical success factors in a practical context, we used the quantitative method of a self-completion questionnaire in order to collect data from a selection of.
The characteristics of the trainer are also critical to the success of training. In general, the instructor should speak Critical success factors for behaviour-based safety: A behavioural safety program.
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