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A management accounting perspective on safety
Management accounting supports decision making in organisations by providing managers with relevant information and analysis on the performance, costs, and benefits of a certain operation. ForExpand
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Managers’ viewpoint on factors influencing their commitment to safety: An empirical investigation in five Finnish industrial organisations
Abstract Managers’ strong commitment to safety is a key element of a successful safety management, culture and climate. Several studies have approached managers’ commitment from the employees’ pointExpand
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Developing Safety Competence Process for Vocational Students
This study aims to examine the current development needs regarding the guidance of workplace learning in the process industry with respect to VET. Expand
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Challenges and Needs for Support in Managing Occupational Health and Safety from Managers' Viewpoints
Proper working conditions and successful occupational health and safety (OHS) management help organizations achieve their targets and support the quality of working life and performance. Expand
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Corporate Managers’ Perceptions of Safety and its Value: An Interview Study of Five Internationally Operating Finnish Companies
Abstract A manager’s active role is generally considered to be essential for successfully managing and improving safety. For example, managers are in the position to make safety-related decisions. ToExpand
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Process Operator Students' Abilities to Assess OSH Risks
Safety competence is an important process operator skill. Due to hazardous work assignment and environments, skills in assessing the risks related to occupational safety and health (OSH) areExpand
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