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The Effect of organizational safety climate at Air Traffic controller's safety behavior

조직의 안전분위기가 항공교통관제사의 안전행동에 미치는 영향

Lee, Hyo-sang;Park, Jin-Woo
이효상;박진우

  • Received : 2019.01.16
  • Accepted : 2019.03.25
  • Published : 2019.03.31

Abstract

As a domestic aviation industry has been growing continuously, the air traffic volume of en-route has increased rapidly to 2,300 a day. According to developing air navigation system including Performance Based Navigation(PBN), the manner of flights has diversified. Consequentially task of air traffic service has been increasing more and more and the organization of Air Traffic Service(ATC) established one Air traffic management Office(ATMO), extends to 3 Regional organization(Seoul, Busan, Jeju) and a number of air traffic controller exceeds 600. The purpose of this research is going to investigate the relationship between organization's safety climate and air traffic controller's safety behavior, In pursuing above, previous studies related to co-worker and supervisor's safety climate were examined for literature review. Based on this previous studies, research model was constructed. Hypothesis was verified by effect. Data from 209 samples was employed for final survey. The main results show that co-worker and supervisor's safety climate were meaningful factors to effect perceived Safety Behavior and safety knowledge, safety motivation were significantly and positive related to safety compliance.

Keywords

Safety Climate;Co-work's Safety Climate;Supervisor's Safety Climate;Safety Behavior;Safety Motivation

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