Learn More
The determination of factors that influence success in small business information systems (IS) is of obvious importance to the individuals running those businesses and to the regional economies where the businesses are located. The first step in this process is to develop models of interacting factors that contribute to success. Considerable progress has(More)
(2009) Safety culture research, lead indicators, and the development of safety effectiveness indicators in the construction sector. Abstract-Construction sector application of Lead Indicators generally and Positive Performance Indicators (PPIs) particularly, are largely seen by the sector as not providing generalizable indicators of safety effectiveness.(More)
Metropolitan bus drivers operating in urban areas are exposed daily to a stressful and distracting work environment. To date, there has been a dearth of research exploring whether these factors cause fatigue in this population. The present study aimed to provide insight into metropolitan bus driver fatigue. The study was conducted in two phases. Firstly,(More)
The propensity for occupational eye protectors to fog in warm and moist conditions is often offered as a reason by workers not to wear occupational eye protection even where mandatory eye protection areas have been specified. A study of eye protection practices in the New South Wales coal mining industry identified the number one issue in underground coal(More)
One proposed reason for poor occupational health and safety (OHS) performance within the Australian construction industry is a lack of a consistent OHS competency framework for key positions holders. Currently, there are no minimum OHS training or competency requirements to work as any management or supervision position, from Supervisor, to Construction(More)
  • 1