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A Hierarchical Solution Approach for Occupational Health and Safety Inspectors' Task Assignment Problem

Arikan F, Sozen SK

Background Occupational health and safety (OHS) is a significant interest of all governments to prevent workplace hazards. Although appropriate legislation and regulations are essentials for the protection of workers, they are...
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The Effects of Organizational Commitment and Perceived Patient Safety Culture on Patient Safety Nursing Activities among Nurses in Comprehensive Nursing Care Units

Noh S, Kim TI

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to identify the effects of organizational commitment (OC) and perceived patient safety culture (PPSC) on patient safety nursing activities (PSNA) among nurses in...
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Factors Influencing Compliance with Safe Handling of Antineoplastic Agents Among Clinical Nurses

Lee H, Song JE, Ahn JA, Boo S

Purpose: This study aimed to investigate the levels of compliance with safe handling of antineoplastic agents, time pressure, knowledge of safe handling of antineoplastic agents, and workplace safety climate, and...
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Safety Management in Norwegian Fish Farming: Current Status, Challenges, and Further Improvements

Thorvaldsen T, Størkersen K, Kongsvik T, Holmen IM

Background: Safety management is required to ensure health and safety of personnel in Norwegian fish farming. However, few studies have addressed the status and practical relevance of this risk-reducing measure. Methods:...
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Effects of Awareness of Patient Safety Culture, Emotional Labor and Job Stress on Patient Safety Nursing Activities by Comprehensive Nursing Care Medical Service Ward Nurses

Choi HJ, Lee YM, Park HJ

Purpose : This study aimed to examine the effects of the awareness of patient safety culture, emotional labor, and job stress on patient safety nursing activities by comprehensive nursing care...
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Risk Factors Preventing Immediate Fall Detection: A Study Using Zero-Inflated Negative Binomial Regression

Hong KJ, Kim J

Purpose Falls are the most common accidents in healthcare facilities, and timely intervention can have a positive effect on the hazards and trauma experienced by patients after a fall. This study...
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Effect of Patient Safety Culture and Patient Safety Competence on Safety Nursing Activity among Nurses working in Anesthetic and Recovery Rooms

Kim JJ, Jung HM

Purpose: This study was to investigate the relationships among patient safety culture, safety competence and safety nursing activity among nurses in anesthetic and recovery rooms, and to identify the factors...
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A Study on the Pilot Fatigue Measurement Methods for Fatigue Risk Management

Kim D

Pilot fatigue is a great hazard to aviation safety. In recent years, longdistance fights have been increasing and flight hours have been increasing, which has made fatigue issues important. International organizations in...
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Resilience Engineering Indicators and Safety Management: A Systematic Review

Ranasinghe U, Jefferies M, Davis P, Pillay M

A safe work environment is crucial in high-risk industries, such as construction refurbishment. Safety incidents caused by uncertainty and unexpected events in construction refurbishment systems are difficult to control using...
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Analysis of Patient Safety Incident in Korea

Kim NY

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to analyze factors related to patient safety incidents by analyzing '2018 patient safety report data' for Korea, and to prepare a plan for...
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Novice and Advanced Beginner Nurses’ Patient Safety Management Activities: Mediating Effects of Informal Learning

Kim NY

Purpose The purpose of this study is to identify the effects of the organizational factors and nursing competency of novice and advanced beginner nurses on patient safety management activities, and to...
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Implementation of ISO45001 Considering Strengthened Demands for OHSMS in South Korea: Based on Comparing Surveys Conducted in 2004 and 2018

Lee J, Jung J, Yoon SJ, Byeon SH

Background According to the previous studies, the work-related accident rate decreased in Korea after the introduction of occupational health and safety management system (OHSMS), but there were several disasters in Korea...
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Psychosocial Risks Assessment in Cryopreservation Laboratories

Fernandes A, Figueiredo M, Ribeiro J, Neves J, Vicente H

Background Psychosocial risks are increasingly a type of risk analyzed in organizations beyond chemical, physical, and biological risks. To this type of risk, a greater attention has been given following the...
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Medical device adverse effects

Kwon BS

This study aimed to describe adverse effects or reactions by medical devices. There may be unexpected effects caused by medical devices that can often be harmful to the patient. This...
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Mediating Effects of Perceptions Regarding the Importance of Patient Safety Management on the Relationship between Incident Reporting Attitudes and Patient Safety Care Activities for Nurses in Small- and Medium-sized General Hospitals

Park YM, Nam KH, Kang KN, Nam JJ, Yun YO

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to examine the mediating effect of perceptions regarding the importance of patient safety management in the relationship between incident reporting attitudes and patient...
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A Structural Equation Model of Nurses' Patient Safety Management Activities

Park HH, Kim S

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to build and test a model outlining the factors related to nurses' patient safety management activities. The exogenous variables were personal factor, job...
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Influence of Hospital Ethical Climate and Nursing Professionalism on Patient Safety Management Activity by Nurses

Mun MY, Kim MY

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of hospital ethical climate and nursing professionalism on patient safety management activity by nurses. METHODS: A cross-sectional correlation study design...
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Patient Safety Management Activities of Clinical Nurse: A Modified Theory of Planned Behavior

Kim NY, Jeong SY

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to develop a structural model for patient safety management activities and to identify the influencing factors of organizational and individual dimensions that promote...
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The Effects of Operating Room Nurses' Perceptions of Organizational Health, Safety Climate, and the Nursing Working Environment on Engagement in Patient Safety Management Activities

Kim MR, Kwon MS

PURPOSE: This study aimed to examine the relationship between organizational health (OH), safety climate (SC), the nursing working environment (NWE), and engagement in patient safety management activities (PSMA) among operating...
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An Analytic Framework to Assess Organizational Resilience

Patriarca , Di Gravio , Costantino F, Falegnami , Bilotta F

BACKGROUND: Resilience engineering is a paradigm for safety management that focuses on coping with complexity to achieve success, even considering several conflicting goals. Modern sociotechnical systems have to be resilient...
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