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ARE “GOOD SOLDIERS” SAFETY CONSCIOUS? AN EXAMINATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIORS AND PERCEPTION OF WORKPLACE SAFETY

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This study examined the relationship between safety climate and organizational citizenship behaviors (OCB). It involved a comparative analysis between workers active in citizenship behaviors and their colleagues who were passive or inactive regarding OCBs. Additional analyses also compared job satisfaction, compliance with safe work policies, and accident frequency between the two groups. T-tests were used in these comparative analyses. A positive association was found between safety perception and OCBs: workers who actively engaged in citizenship behaviors had positive perceptions of safety in their workplaces, and vice versa. Additionally, the group active in OCBs expressed more job satisfaction, were more compliant with safety management policies, and subsequently had a relatively lower accident involvement rate. The implications of these findings in the work environment are discussed.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 January 2005

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