[Case Study] CityCenter and Cosmopolitan Construction Projects, Las Vegas, Nevada: lessons learned from the use of multiple sources and mixed methods in a safety needs assessment.

@article{Gittleman2010CaseSC,
  title={[Case Study] CityCenter and Cosmopolitan Construction Projects, Las Vegas, Nevada: lessons learned from the use of multiple sources and mixed methods in a safety needs assessment.},
  author={Janie L Gittleman and Paige C Gardner and Elizabeth Haile and Julie M Sampson and Konstantin P. Cigularov and Erica D Ermann and Pete Stafford and Peter Y. Chen},
  journal={Journal of safety research},
  year={2010},
  volume={41 3},
  pages={263-81}
}
PROBLEM The present study describes a response to eight tragic deaths over an eighteen month times span on a fast track construction project on the largest commercial development project in U.S. history. METHODS Four versions of a survey were distributed to workers, foremen, superintendents, and senior management. In addition to standard Likert-scale safety climate scale items, an open-ended item was included at the end of the survey. RESULTS Safety climate perceptions differed by job level… CONTINUE READING

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