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The study on the Effectiveness Improvement of physical security system: Focused on the Disaster Safety Awareness
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 Title & Authors
The study on the Effectiveness Improvement of physical security system: Focused on the Disaster Safety Awareness
Kim, Changho; Shin, Soyoung;
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 Abstract
Man-made disasters are disastrous event, which can be reduced the damage through preventive measures and thorough inspections, unlike natural disasters. Thus, safety consciousness of citizens is not only important, but also safety consciousness of security guard who are involved with facility safety management. In other words, safety consciousness and fostering professionalism of security guards could reduce the damage, including human disaster and it enables the effective safety management. Therefore, this study selected the training and the organizational safety as variables with the influencing factors for improving the disaster safety consciousness of facility guard. After the analysis, the following results were confirmed. First, the training content and its environment would have a significant impact on the disaster safety consciousness. Second, organizational safety would have a significant impact on disaster safety consciousness. In other words, the improvement of training program and the formation of safety culture in organizational level will have a positive impact on the disaster safety awareness and enable effective safety management.
 Keywords
Disaster safety awareness;Educational training;Organizational safety;Security guard;Safety management;
 Language
Korean
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