People-Based Safety - Exploring the Role of Personality in Injury Prevention
Research in psychology shows that personality factors influence safety-related behavior. This article focuses on the personality factors that contribute to an organization's safety performance. The authors believe attention to person-level variables could provide increased awareness and understanding of the diversity of individual differences related to injury prevention.
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