Safety Climate and Safety Behaviour

@article{Neal2002SafetyCA,
  title={Safety Climate and Safety Behaviour},
  author={Andrew Neal and Mark A. Griffin},
  journal={Australian Journal of Management},
  year={2002},
  volume={27},
  pages={67 - 75}
}
This paper provides an overview of a research program examining the antecedents and consequences of safety climate and safety behaviour. A model is presented identifying the linkages between safety climate, safety knowledge, safety motivation, and safety behaviour. Findings from a series of studies are reviewed that support the hypothesized linkages between safety climate and safety behaviour. Longitudinal analyses have examined the role of additional factors, such as general organisational… 

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