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Safety Climate: How Can You Measure It & Why Does It Matter?


Summary: This article discusses a study designed to better understand safety climate in the lone worker environment and its potential impact on safety performance. The authors developed and tested the validity of a generic safety climate sur- vey geared toward the lone working situation, then developed two safety climate surveys designed for trucking and utility workers. The article presents the scientific integrity of the survey development process, and discusses the concepts of survey reliability and validity evidence. It also offers practical suggestions on how to implement surveys in the field.


 

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