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Volume 11, Issue 4 - Dec 2009
Volume 11, Issue 3 - Sep 2009
Volume 11, Issue 2 - Jun 2009
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A Study on the Indicator Development using Industrial Safety Sanitation Field GRI Guideline and Industrial Safety Sanitation Act from Domestic and Overseas Sustainable Management Reports
Cho, Kee-Hong ; Rim, Hwa-Young ; Choi, Soon-Young ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 1~6
This study was evaluated the indicators of GRI guideline LA6-LA9 for industrial safety sanitation field on 22 domestic sustainable management reports and 46 overseas reports published by companies in 2007 and 2008, was developed new indicators with emphasis on industrial safety sanitation act, and was assessed whether they are released. As a result, LA6(Percent of total workforce represented in formal joint management-work health and safety committees that help monitor and advise on occupational health and safety programs) was evaluated highest in release ratio on whether to release the reports by each indicator of industrial safety sanitation field using domestic sustainable management report GRI guideline, and in the case of overseas companies, it was evaluated that there is no companies that release all from LA6 through LA9 among GRI guideline, but it was grasped that the ratio of partial release is high. As for the release of indicators was developed with the use of industrial safety sanitation act of 22 domestic companies, the release of indicator No. 1(report and industrial disaster record) and 10(health diagnosis) of industrial safety sanitation act was high. This study is meaningful in that it analyzed the industrial safety sanitation field of sustainable management report(CSR) that has not been attempted so far with the use of new indicators developed with emphasis on GRI guideline and industrial safety sanitation act.
Development of Risk Assessment System for Steel and Iron Works
Hong, Sung-Man ; Park, Peom ; Sun, Su-Bin ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 7~14
Steel and iron works have place many hazard or risk factor as a high temperature material, a high place, and so on. Accordingly, steel and iron works need system for risk assessment. In this paper, we development of risk assessment system for steel and iron works. In case study applied at the steel enterprise. The resultant, we can discovery that an human factor is an important question form risk assessment.
Developing Experimental Education Program for Safety Considering Psychological Effect
Eum, Kee-Soo ; Woo, Tae-Hee ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 15~24
The object of this study is to understand the psychological factor of the worker on safety and recommend the experimental factor of safety education program. The following are the methods of this study. We analyzed the statistical data from survey to workers(N=139) about the psychological factor on safety. The survey consisted of 34 questions about 4 factors like private external characteristic, psychological characteristic, characteristics on behavior, and experience and reason of disaster. As the result of the analysis of the multi regression model on the base of correlation of each of the major factors, psychological health, effort on practicing, and satisfaction on their life were the variables with high influence on the safety mind of workers. So, it is good safety strategy for effective working to maintain healthy life with optimistic minds, and try to practice actively as usual. After considering the result, for the development of safety education program for working, we have to consider psychological factors of our workers that influence their safety and try to improve the experimental education opportunity, and it will be effective.
A Comparative Consideration on the Domestic and Foreign Industrial Accident Compensation Insurance
Kim, Byung-Suk ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 25~33
Since it's first adaptation in Germany in 1884, the industrial accident compensation insurance system has been on the most widely used social security systems, and in was first enforced in Korea in 1964. Today's society has been industrialized and number of business places for workers accident. As the welfare of workers improves in korea, the number of beneficiaries of industrial accident compensation insurance is increasing. Even though such trend is desirable in many respects, there is a growing social problem caused by abnormal insurance claims.
Analyzing the Cultural Differences of Control Stereotypes in Operating Water Taps for Facilitating Convenience and Safety
Min, Cheong-Shik ; Jung, Hwa-Shik ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 35~42
An Empirical Study on the Influence of Industrial Safety Education to Workers in Construction Field -Focus on the Supervisor and the Worker-
Jo, Jae-Hwan ; Woo, Heung-Sik ; Park, Min-Kyu ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 43~55
In terms of deregulation requests from business, incidents at construction sites are rapidly increasing after reducing the regular safety training hours. Especially, to prevent incidents through safety trainings for construction site workers, who have lots of hazardous tasks than general manufacturing, is not only to protect property of both the companies and the country but also to increase their profits. That is why there are loud voices regarding that the safety training is a core mandatory to prevent industrial incidents. But, most companies, as soon as the deregulation for safety training is implemented, mitigated conducting safety trainings to prevent incidents. With this, the incidents are currently to be increased and caught in a vicious circle of many incidents at the smaller companies because of their absentmindedness regarding safety training due to their poorness as subcontractors of major companies, comparing to major companies. This study explains that the difference between managers and workers are existing about safety awareness and knowledge. And, we confirmed that the educational factor led by deficiency of safety awareness and knowledge was the major factor.
The Effects of Hospital Worker's Job Stress and Work Posture Risk on the Muscular Skeletal Disease related Consciousness Symptom - With Emphasis on Path Analysis Model -
Choi, Soon-Young ; Im, Su-Jung ; Lee, Yang-Ho ; Park, Dong-Hyun ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 57~67
The psychosocial stress and musculoskeletal disorders(MSDs) have been one of major health problems for hospital workers. This study tried to understand the relationship between symptoms associated with MSDs and risk factors such as working posture, job stress, psychosocial stress and fatigue. A total number of 655 hospital workers participated in this study. Specifically, REBA was applied for evaluating working posture and a checklist prepared by KOSHA(Korean Occupational Safety and Health Agency) was used for symptom survey. A questionnaire from KOSHA was also used for collecting data associated with job stress, psychosocial stress and fatigue. All these data were formulated and modeled by path analysis which was one of major statistical tools in this study. Specifically, path analysis for the data we collected came up with several major findings. As a result, as for body part(neck), (waist) and (arms) the degree of risk of work posture measured with the use of job stress(KOSS), psycho-social stress(PWI-SF) and REBA is significantly more affected by fatigue than muscular skeletal disease related consciousness symptom. However, regarding bod(wrist), the degree of risk of work posture measured with the use of job stress(KOSS) and REBA is directly affected by muscular skeletal disease related consciousness symptom. This study is meaningful in that the study clarified the causal relations of the degree of risk of work posture, degree of fatigue, and muscular skeletal disease related consciousness symptoms by each body part measured with the use of work stress(KOSS), psycho-social stress(PWI-SF) and REBA.
On Anthropometrical Data Acquisition of Human Back Surface for Ergonomic Seat Design
Lee, Keun-Boo ; Oh, Se-Ho ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 69~75
The objective of this study is to develop 3D anthropometrical data acquisition method of human back surface and to recognise and extract its morphological characteristics. This technique is very useful in describing the sitter's back contour and the interaction between the sitter's back and the seat. The back surfaces of subjects in sitting posture are measured by using martine-type anthropometer and sliding gauge. These basic anthropometrical data are reconstructed into 3D image.
The Behavioral-Sciences Approach for Prevention of Musculoskeletal System Disorders for VDT Worker: The Relative Effects of Immediate Feedback and Informational Prompt
Moon, Kwang-Su ; Oah, She-Zeen ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 77~83
The purpose of this study was to examine the relative effectiveness of immediate feedback and informational prompt on safe sitting behaviors that may cause VDT syndromes. Participants were three white color workers and an ABCB within-subject design was adopted. Safety Posture System was developed specifically for the present study. The system could detect participants' unsafe sitting postures using sensors and provide feedback and prompt on the computer monitors. The results indicated that both immediate feedback and informational prompt considerably increased safe sitting behaviors. More importantly, the immediate feedback was more effective than the informational prompt in increasing safe sitting behaviors.
A Study on the Actual Conditions of Musculoskeletal Disorders in Electronics Industry
Park, Jung-Sik ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 85~91
While musculoskeletal disorders increased, its prevention efforts were rather decreased or its operation was insufficient. This study aims to examine the actual conditions of musculoskeletal disorders at Electronics Company in Korea, analyze occupational danger factors related to musculoskeletal disorders through analysis of components of wrong workplaces and works, evaluate degree of danger of factors examined, analyze association between danger factors and musculoskeletal disorders, accumulate data of musculoskeletal disorders which are not enough in Korea and further prepare the foundation of improving working environment and developing prevention/management program of musculoskeletal disorders.
A Study on The situation of Disasters and Characters of Technical Construction Firms
Jung, Sung-Hoon ; Lee, Gil-Hwan ; An, Kyui-In ; Lim, Seong-Il ; Kang, Kyung-Sik ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 93~109
The study focuses on analysing situation of disasters and characteristics in construction process which the technical construction firms accomplish. Besides, the study aims at the role and responsibilities of technical construction firms in construction safety. It is found out by a questionnaire and interviews in this study that safety control and management have a key role to prevent accidents in construction projects. Based on the result of the research, it is concluded that institutional improvement and support strategies are suggested and that additional to the support of the government and institutions in charge of the field of construction safety the effort of the first contractor, the second contractor and the laborer it is also important.
A study on the disinfection performance of indoor microorganism using energy consumption analysis for indoor bio-safety
Choi, Sang-Gon ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 111~118
In this study the real situation of apartment house in seoul is reproduced with multi-zone modeling program CONTAM2.4. This model include disinfection system which is consist of dilution, filtration, UVGI(ultra violet germicidal irradiation). It's energy consumption was also analyzed through the linked model of CONTAM and TRNSYS according to the combination of components. The comparison of total energy consumption through energy analysis revealed that adjusting the air change rate of the UVGI air sterilizer to maintain the same indoor microbe removal capability was more advantageous in terms of energy consumption.
Domestic earthquake prediction using bayesian approach
Yang, Hee-Joong ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 119~125
We predict the earthquake rate in Korea following Bayesian approach. We make a model that can utilize the data to predict other levels of earthquake. An event tree model which is a frequently used graphical tool in describing accident initiation and escalation to more severe accident is transformed into an influence diagram model. Prior distributions for earthquake occurrence rate and probabilities to escalating to more severe earthquakes are assumed and likelihood of number of earthquake in a given period of time is assessed. And then posterior distributions are obtained based on observed data. We find that the minor level of earthquake is increasing while major level of earthquake is less likely.
A Study on the Effects of Customer Orientation on Emotional Dissonance and Service Delivery Level
Song, Jung-Su ; Son, Eun-Il ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 127~137
The purpose of this study were to examine the effects of emotional dissonance on customer orientation and service delivery level, and to examine the mediating effects of the customer orientation. In order to verify the relationships and mediating effect, data were obtained from 199 nurses working in a general hospital in Changwon City were analyzed by using SPSS 12.0. and AMOS 5.0. The findings are as follows: Firstly, there was a negative relationship between emotional dissonance and customer orientation. Secondly, there was also a positive relationship between customer orientation and service delivery level. Thirdly, there was also a negative relationship between emotional dissonance and service delivery level. Finally, the customer orientation was a partial mediating effect on the relationship between emotional dissonance and service delivery level. Based on these findings, the implications and the limitations of the study were presented including some directions for future studies.
The Study on the Wave Interaction Due to Offshore Structures
Kim, Sung-Duk ; Lee, Ho-Jin ; Dho, Hyon-Seung ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 139~145
The present study is to investigate the effect of wave-structure interaction such as wave oscillation. The theoretical method is based upon the linear diffraction theory obtained by the boundary element method. The water depth and incident wave period in fluid region are assumed to be constant. To investigate the wave interaction due to offshore structures, the numerical program has been developed and the simulation has been carried out by varying the conditions of distance and width of offshore structures. This study can effectively be utilized for safety assessment to various breakwater systems and layout of offshore breakwater in the ocean and coastal field. It can give information for the safety to construct offshore structure and revetment in coastal region.
A Study on the Correlation between Fire Statistics and GNI(Gross National Income)
Choi, Jin-Man ; Choi, Jae-Sung ; Choi, Don-Mook ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 147~152
As a results of comparing with fire occurrences and gross national income(GNI), annual fire increasing rate has been 5.6%, and that of GNI has been 11% for the past 55 years. As GNI shows 5.4% higher than fire occurrences, economy growing rate is faster than that of fires. In addition, study has been done every 10 years from 1950's to 2000's. Fire occurrences increase twice as much annually and GNI increases above 3.3 times as much.
A Study on airline pilot's satisfaction level of air traffic services provided by female air traffic controllers
Sin, Hyon-Sam ; Yoo, Kwang-Eui ; Ryu, Kyung-Hee ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 153~159
This study was conducted in search of the acceptance level of air traffic services from domestic airlines pilot's perspective in comparison with male controllers and female controllers. Pilots responded to the questionnaire that female ATC controllers are of significance to male controllers in terms of pronunciation, accuracy of English grammar, attitude and kindness. Besides, The ICAO aviation English proficiency level four test revealed that female controllers were found superior to male controllers in terms of rating scales of holistic descriptors.
A Study on Development of Base Station System for 13.56MHz & 2.45GHz Dual-band RFID
Lee, Tae-Yun ; Kim, Woong-Sub ; Choi, Moon-Seung ; Han, Woon-Soo ; Jho, Yong-Chul ; Kwon, Dae-Woo ; Lee, Chang-Ho ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 161~168
Ubiquitous application is in need of high-level technology to meet various requests for ubiquitous service. In order to adopt ubiquitous technology in not only pilot projects but also regional services, many projects like u-City are implemented in and outside the country. RFID has been known as one of the important technology to provide with core benefits of Ubiquitous services. Because each band of RFID technology has merits and demerits concurrently, single-band RFID system has limitations for various RFID services. Thus, we developed dual-band RFID system enable to provide with 13.56MHz and 2.45GHz RFID service at the same time to compensate the shortage of single-band RFID system. Also we have considered the way that the firmware would control signals without collision, studied battery life and range for tag, and made hardware for dual-band RFID service.
A Study on Development of Dual Band RFID Manager
Li, Zhong-Shi ; Jho, Yong-Chul ; Kwon, Gu-Soon ; Choi, Moon-Seung ; Han, Woon-Soo ; Lee, Chang-Ho ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 169~176
Many researches and projects are implemented about u-IT according to changes of ubiquitous environments in the world. Especially, there are benefits to raise lifestyle and we can develop industry by applying ubiquitous regionally. Also it makes citizen feel comfortable directly. There are many projects to regionally adopt ubiquitous services like u-City model for getting this advantages. RFID technology must be suited to each environment because each RFID tag has different characteristics according to frequency band. We need to integrate bands of RFID to overcome limitations and provide more detail information and services. In this study, we develop the dual band RFID Manager needed adopting u-Zone service for both 13.56MHz and 2.45GHz. The RFID Manager, application software for base station of u-Zone, delivers the information from readers to integrated u-Zone server system.
A Study on Principles and Standardization of Logistics Terminologies in Korean Standard to Improve Consistency
Kim, Kuk ; Yoo, Young-Kwan ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 177~191
In this study, we suggest a standardization of the logistics terminologies in Korean Standard to improve its consistency. To support this work, some principles for terminology selection and corrections are studied based on the guideline in international standard. The revised terminologies are summarized in Appendix for 20 logistics-related Korean Standards.
A Development of Reverse Supply Chain Simulation Model Considering a Recycling
Lim, Seok-Jin ; Park, Byung-Tae ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 193~199
Recently, an industrial production-distribution planning problem has been widely investigated in Supply Chain Management(SCM). One of the key issues in the current SCM research area is reverse logistics network. This study have developed a simulation model for the reverse logistics network. The simulation model analysis reverse logistics network issues such as inventory policy, manufacturing policy, transportation mode, warehouse assignment, supplier assignment. Computational experiments using commercial simulation tool ARENA show that the real problems. The model can be used to decide an appropriate production-distribution planning problem in the research area.
A Study on Standardization of Optimum Transportation Routing based on GIS for Railway HAZMAT Transportation
Paeng, Jung-Goang ; Kim, Si-Gon ; Park, Min-Kyu ; Kang, Seung-Pil ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 201~211
The types and quantities of Hazmat and Hazmat transportation are gradually increasing, keeping pace with industrialization and urbanization. At present the safety management for Hazmat transportation only considers reducing accident probability, but even when an accident involving Hazmat-carrying vehicles occurs, that is not regarded as a Hazmat-related accident if the Hazmats do not leak out from the containers carrying them. Thus the methods to reduce risk (Risk=Probability
Consequence) have to be developed by incorporating accident probability and consequence. By using Geographic Information System (GIS), a technical method is invented and is automatically able to evaluate the consequence by different types of Hazmat. Thus this study analyzed the degree of risk on the links classified by the Hazmat transport pathways. In order to mitigate the degree of risk, a method of 7-step risk management on Hazmat transportation in railway industries can be suggested. (1st step: building up GIS DB, 2nd step: calculating accident probability on each link, 3rd step: calculating consequence by Hazmat types, 4th step: determination of risk, 5th step: analysis of alternative plans for mitigating the risk, 6th: measure of effectiveness against each alternative, and 7th step: action plans to be weak probability and consequence by the range recommended from ALARP). In conclusion, those 7 steps are used as a standardization method of optimum transportation routing. And to increase the efficiency of optimum transportation routing, optional route can be revise by verification.
Developing Meta heuristics for the minimum latency problem
Yang, Byoung-Hak ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 213~220
The minimum latency problem, also known as the traveling repairman problem and the deliveryman problem is to minimize the overall waiting times of customers, not to minimize their routing times. In this research, a genetic algorithm, a clonal selection algorithm and a population management genetic algorithm are introduced. The computational experiment shows the objective value of the clonal selection algorithm is the best among the three algorithms and the calculating time of the population management genetic algorithm is the best among the three algorithms.
A Study on Quantitative Modeling for EPCIS Event Data
Lee, Chang-Ho ; Jho, Yong-Chul ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 221~228
Electronic Product Code Information Services(EPCIS) is an EPCglobal standard for sharing EPC related information between trading partners. EPCIS provides a new important capability to improve efficiency, security, and visibility in the global supply chain. EPCIS data are classified into two categories, master data (static data) and event data (dynamic data). Master data are static and constant for objects, for example, the name and code of product and the manufacturer, etc. Event data refer to things that happen dynamically with the passing of time, for example, the date of manufacture, the period and the route of circulation, the date of storage in warehouse, etc. There are four kinds of event data which are Object Event data, Aggregation Event data, Quantity Event data, and Transaction Event data. This thesis we propose an event-based data model for EPC Information Service repository in RFID based integrated logistics center. This data model can reduce the data volume and handle well all kinds of entity relationships. From the point of aspect of data quantity, we propose a formula model that can explain how many EPCIS events data are created per one business activity. Using this formula model, we can estimate the size of EPCIS events data of RFID based integrated logistics center for a one day under the assumed scenario.
Empirical Study of the Quality Innovation's Performance in Korea
Koo, Il-Seob ; Kim, Tae-Sung ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 229~235
Since 1995, the small and medium enterprise introduced the Quality Innovation Program that is called 100PPM Quality Renovation Program. A point of 2000, the program's name was changed by Single PPM Quality Innovation Program in pursuit of defects below 10ppm in outgoing quality. Nowaday 1,651 companies is received Single PPM Quality Certification from government at the end of 2008. On the other side, the return or withdrawal of certification is going on because of various reasons. In this study, we analyse the status of certification's preservation and cancellation, and suggest the cooperation ideas between government and companies.
Propose new product development process including using of Kano's attractive factor and Timko's customer satisfaction index
Park, Roh-Gook ; Ree, Sang-Bok ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 237~246
In this paper, we propose development of new products including the proposed process of at the customer's requirements. The success of new product development depends on customer satisfaction in the marketplace. Existing product development process, including the customer's interest was weak. In this paper, we propose development of new products which include Kano's attractive quality factor method and Timko's customer satisfaction index method. Also we verified new medical treatment of incontinence-nency which is applied to the proposed process.
A Study on the organization Paradigm Based on Service Engineering Using BSC & RMS
Choi, Jin-Uk ; Kim, Han-Gun ; Kim, Chang-Eun ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 247~253
The object of this paper is established for a paradigm for the organization. Although concerns on management get increased in these days, there is no general and systematic framework for a unified sector. Therefore this study proposes the new general and systematic framework for managing in organization, through applying Service-Engineering model. The new framework of this study provides the general sector of organization model, the method of analyzing BSC and RMS, and system model for Risk Management. Furthermore, this study suggests the practical ways of developing a paradigm.
The Effect on Safety of Stock Market by Insider Trader: Focused on Comparison of Shareholder's Type
Ko, Hyuk-Jin ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 255~260
The purposes of this study is to verify whether insider trader get the excess return using inside information. For this we divide inside traders into four groups according to their ownership: maximum shareholder, main shareholders, 5% shareholders and executives. Also we categorize inside traders into three groups: personal investor, foreign investor and institutional investors. After insiders trade their stock, excess return is reported for 20days and the size of excess return of executives and institutional investor is larger than that of other groups. It means more strict monitoring system is needed in the domestic stock market.
Empirical Analysis of Credit Card Delinquency Effect by Market Competition
Ko, Hyuk-Jin ; Seo, Jong-Hyen ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 261~267
The purposes of this article is to analyse how market competition of credit card company affect price(interest rate) and survival length of card users. This paper uses individual account data from a large Korean credit card company during the periods from 2002 to 2006. The findings of our study are as follows. First, market competition of credit card company have a negative effect with interest rate of credit card. Second, market competition of credit card company have a affirmative effect with survival length. Finally, The effect of Increasing delinquency rate due to price increase is smaller than decreasing delinquency rate due to extending survival length.
A Study on Improvement of ERP System According to Account Module Analysis in Small and Middle Enterprise
Nam, Seung-Don ; Yang, Kwang-Mo ; La, Seung-Houn ; Kang, Kyung-Sik ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 269~277
we can easily find numerous cases, where the outcomes are not up to their expectations, despite the enormous efforts and investments poured on developing ERP systems. Consequently, we are in need of a new methodology for efficient implementation and Maintenance of an ERP system. Therefore, we have investigated and analyzed various problems that may occur in adopting ERP systems, such as high implementation costs, shortage of professional manpower, and lack of active participation from insiders. In this thesis, we developed a new ERP system, focusing on accounting management modules and benchmarked our proposed model to one of the real companies.
A Study on the effect of personal characteristics on incremental innovation
Ahn, Kwan-Young ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 279~286
This paper reviewed the relationship between personal factors(creativity, outwarding, entrepreneurship) and incremental innovation, and the moderating effect of tenure in the domestic service enterprises. Based on the responses from 306 employees, the results of hierarchical multiple regression analysis showed that all personal factors except creativity have positive relationships with incremental innovation factors. The results of moderating analysis showed that entrepreneurship have more positive effects on all incremental innovation factors while respondents' tenure being shorter.
A Study on the Influences of Enterprise Organizational Effectiveness in Learning Organization Activity.
Yoo, Ji-Chul ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 287~292
A Methodology to Measure e-HR Capability in an e-Business Environment
Bae, Young-Ju ; Chung, Soon-Suk ; You, Ji-Chul ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 293~300
A Study on the Structural Relationship between Market Orientation and Performance of CEO's in Small and Medium-sized Companies
Na, Sang-Gyun ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 301~310
The present study analyzed empirically the structural relationship among characters, market orientation and performance of CEO's in small and medium-sized companies. The analysis showed that market orientation is affected by CEO's characters in the industry. It was also revealed from the analysis that the business performance and technical renovation of small and medium-sized companies rely fairly on their market orientation. These findings are believed to have great significance in the process of creating market orientation by the industry. That is, CEO's will may play a very important role in pursuit of market orientation and, at the same time, may act as a vital factor for small and medium-sized companies to achieve business performance and to realize technical renovation.
The Effects of Ba-Ferrite Magnetic Abrasive Behavior on Polishing Characteristics
Yun, Yeo-Kwon ; Kim, Hee-Nam ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 11, issue 4, 2009, Pages 311~317
In this paper deals with behavior of the magnetic abrasive using Ba-Ferrite on polishing characteristics in a new internal finishing of STS304 pipe applying magnetic abrasive polishing. The magnetic abrasive using Ba-Ferrite grain WA used to resin bond fabricated low temperature. And Ba-Ferrite of magnetic abrasive powder fabricated that Ba-Ferrite was crused into 200 mesh. The previous research have made an experiment in the static state the movement of magnetic abrasive grain is nevertheless in the dynamic state. In this paper, We could have investigated into the changes of the movement of magnetic abrasive grain. In reference to this result, we could have made the experiment which is set under the condition of the magnetic flux density, polishing velocity according to the form of magnetic brush.