Evaluation Method of Employee's Motivation to Participate in Safety Activities Using Daily Work Report
Authors: Nanako Yokozawa, Yusaku Okada
Abstract: To improve the quality of safety activities, many companies are aiming to increase employees' understanding of safety activities and motivate them to participate in them. The main method to measure the willingness to participate is through questionnaires, but it takes time and effort. Therefore, we focused on information on "Awareness" events reported by on-site employees in daily work report. We call this information "Information on Preparing for the Unexpected”. The purpose of this study was to develop a method to evaluate employees' understanding of and willingness to participate in safety activities using "Information on Preparing for the Unexpected”. Through experiments, trouble-related data were collected at several workplaces, and text mining was conducted. We worked on the construction and validation of the system.
Keywords: Safety Activities, Safety Management, Text mining, Human Reliability
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