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ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 1 Lafuente, E., Abad, J., & Vaillant, Y. (2018). Safety disconnect: Analysis of the role of labor experience and safety training on work safety perceptions. Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management,11 (1), 57-71. doi:10.3926/jiem.2467 In this article, Researchers did a different study, where they are trying to analyze different perceptions of work safety among workers and safety experts. This article can be useful for the managers, safety management and graduate students who seek to focus their studies on the measurement of safety procedures. This article also focuses on how workers perceive safety training programs and difference between the exposure of types of risk for the workers and the safety experts at their workplace. It describes how greater formal knowledge of workplace safety conditions effects on the perception of safety experts in the evaluation of the work risk assessments. Study done in this article also discusses about the disconnection between the workers and safety experts. Study also done to show the correlation between overconfidence of workers arise from the greater labor experience and safety at work, but the results of their studies become different in effect of considering different variables. Therefore, author fails to support their hypotheses used in this article. For bringing the desired results in safety procedures, the existence of alignment between organizational practices and workforce is essential. The article also enlightened on the issue of acknowledgement of different operational realities faced by workers while doing the strategic analysis. At last, this article can be insightful for the safety managers as it discusses about various factors that influence workers’ perceptions and safety experts.
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  • Spring '14
  • DavidMontanino(P)
  • Management, Occupational safety and health, Journal of Industrial Engineering

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