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Volume 12, Issue 4 - Dec 2010
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A Study of Asset and Risk Assessment for Established of Industrial Security Management System
Koh, Joon-Cheol ; Kim, Tae-Soo ; Joo, Yong-Ma ; Kim, Woo-Hyun ; Kang, Kyung-Sik ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 1~11
The purpose of this study is, by recognizing that recently, as crimes using information and various adverse-effect phenomena such as hacking and virus occur frequently with rapid development of information network such as Internet in every field of industry, the range of security is widening to the field of industrial areas for preventing the leaking of industrial technology and protecting that technology as well as information security only limited to IT area, and by establishing common concept about industrial security through education on the industrial security at the point of increasing importance of industrial security, to prepare the base of comprehensive risk management system for protecting company's assets (physical factor, technical factor and managerial factor) safely from the random threats or attacks inside and outside the company through assessment of important assets of the company, evaluation of threats and weak points, and risk assessment by building industrial security management system in order to protect company's information assets and resources which are connected to the existence of the company safely from the threats or attacks from inside or outside the company and to spread stable business activities.
The Effect of Occupational Safety and health Expenses on Safety Accident Prevention in Construction
Jeong, Myeong-Jin ; Lee, Myeong-Gu ; Kim, Hyung-Seok ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 13~21
The occupational safety and health expenses in construction since 1988 has contributed significantly to the reduction of injury occurrence rate. But accounted basis and criteria used of the occupational safety and health expenses have been pointed out so many issues. The purpose of this study, perform analysis of the effectiveness of the occupational safety and health expenses through the reviewing of several issues about the current system and analysis of existing statistical data. Based on the result of the research, it is concluded that the contribution survey of the occupational safety and health expenses on the safety accident prevention program qualitatively evaluated as an average of 4.39(standard deviatin 0.652) on the five point scale based was very positive.
A Study on the Industrial Accident Improvement Measure of Company that Managed by Acting Agency
Lee, Man-Soo ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 23~29
There are two kind of method to perform a safety management in industrial field. One is a management by safety manager employed in company and another one is safety management by acting agency. In case of the company that managed by the acting agency dose not coincide with the state of company and safety management performance because of the safety management is carry out by periodically. Therefore it is considered that the sufficient safety management is difficult. And a company that employ a safety manager also show a low level of safety management compare with the advanced country in view of safety and health. From the statistics of accident rate of the company, it is necessary that an improved safety management through the studying and analysing a coverall matters for the company that managed by acting company.
The Effects of Stress Response on Safety Behavior : Moderating Effect of Safety Climate
Lee, Jae-Hee ; Moon, Kwang-Su ; Oah, She-Zeen ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 31~39
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of stress response on safety behavior and to explore moderating effect of safety climate between stress response and safety behavior. 224 workers were asked to respond to the questionnaires that measured various demographic variables, stress response, safety climates and safety behaviors. A hierarchical regression was conducted to identify variables that had significant relationships with safety behavior and to examine moderating effect of safety climate between stress response and safety behavior. Results indicated that the depression response significantly predicted safety behavior. It was found that the safety climate was also a significant predictor for safety behavior. In addition, safety climate had a moderating effect on the relation between depression and anger responses and safety behavior.
An Experimental Study on the a Light Device which Adopt Safety Ultra Constant Dischange Lamp
Jeong, Poong-Gi ; Kim, Young-Chul ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 41~51
This paper describes the development of various lighting equipment adapting Ultra Constant Discharge Lamp that has newly been on commercial supply in the market. Meeting the required conditions of lighting equipment, various types of UCD Lamp equipment with excellent performances could be successfully developed. In order to provide a guideline for the economical lighting product selection, the analyzed data comparison between Hi-pressure Sodium Lamp which has been the most popular lamp for street lighting and UCD Lamp is provided. The conclusions of the study are made as follows; (1) The performance measurement result of UCD Lamp shows excellent Luminous Efficacy as 108Lm/W, daylight-like Color Rendering Index as 90Ra, and the best operating temperature range as
. Comparing to the Hi-pressure Sodium Lamp, UCD could be evaluated as much superior products. (2) In an assembled status with the lighting fixture (Type STB형-60W), UCD Lamp was tested OK for one hour duration at the temperature range form
and the humidity of 98%. The operation at the extremely low temperature can be an excellent feature to enable the export to the cold temperature regions such as Northern Europe and Russia and the specific applications for defense systems and special industry. (3) As UCD Lamp is a genuine Korea made product following Energy-saving and Eco-friendly policy, it should be appreciated as one of the best
reduction Green product.
A Phenomenological Studies on Ignition Characteristics of Wires by Local Impact, Over Loading and Overcurrent
Lee, Jeong-Jin ; Lee, Chang-Woo ; Choi, Don-Mook ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 53~60
When a fire breaks out, it is difficult to find out the causes of the fire, because combustible things around fire scene are usually burnt away. Among many causes of fires are electronic wires, this thesis deal with the destroyed sheath of electronic wires caused by fire. It was studied with the use of measurement devices focusing on the distinctions of wires and conductors. This study especially emphasized the process of deterioration, burning pattern, and composition of electronic wire conductor. It also has a phenomenological approach to the distinctive cause of fire by some partial force. The fire prevention methods have been suggested through the analysing results of fire patterns. This study is expected to be a useful material for analyzing various electrical fires.
Life Estimation of Organic Light Emission Diode by Accelerated Test
Choi, Young-Tea ; Cho, Jai-Rip ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 61~66
Organic light emitting diode(OLED) has been developed fast from 1963 when electric light emitting phenomenon was discovered. PMOLED(passive matrix OLED) is producted earlier than AMOLED(active matrix OLED). PMOLED is mainly mounted at sub display, but AMOLED is mounted at main display. Nowadays AMOLED is expanded to PMP(portable multimedia players), navigation and TV market. Even thought OLED's market is opening to many applications, OLED's life is worried until now. If we know about OLED's real life, we need time to test so much time over 20,000hrs. Realistically, there is difficult to test such as long time with products from the information-technology sector having a short life cycle. In this paper, we study about OLED's accelerated test to reduce life test by current. We can design OLED's accelerated life model by the result of test. The model consists of design variables like ratio of light emitting, organic material structure, condition of aging, etc. In conclusion, this model can be applied to study about organic material, machine and manufacturing process etc, and also it's possible to develop a method of manufacturing process & materials, so we need to study on the subject of this paper continuously.
A Study on the Safety of Electromagnetic Wave of Medical Imaging System
Seon, Jong-Ryul ; Lee, Won-Jeong ; Rhim, Jae-Dong ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 67~72
This study was done to provide basic data on the safety of professionals in medical imaging system by measuring the electromagnetic waves generated in the medical imaging system being used in medical organization. The studied medical imaging systems were general X-ray system, computed tomography(CT), ultrasonographic(USG) system, magnetic resonance imaging(MRI), PET-CT and fluoroscopic(R/F) system, and through these devices, electric field and magnetic field were measured and analyzed. As a result of the analysis, the measured values classified by the medical organizations were not much significant, but in the measurement by the medical imaging systems, there were high hazard elements in the sequential order of electric field PET-CT(
)v/m, general X-ray system(
)v/m, magnetic field general X-ray system(
)mG and PET-CT(
)mG, the systems that adopted X-ray as main ray source, and the more aged the medical imaging systems, the greater the effects of electro-magnetic waves(
for 5 years or more,
for 5 years or less). The effects of electromagnetic waves on medical imaging systems or facilities were not much when the notification of ministry of knowledge economy is considered, but in the overall perspective considering all the equipments and facility of the medical organization, such effects were significant. It is determined that sustainable safety managements of electric field and magnetic field must be done during process from medical imaging system installation to maintenance to rule out such factors.
The Radiation Safety Management in the Animal Hospital Using Inspection Standard of Diagnosis Radiation System
Kim, Sang-Woo ; Rhim, Jea-Dong ; Han, Dong-Kyoon ; Seoung, Youl-Hun ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 73~80
The purpose of this study was to investigate the actual conditions of radiation safety supervision in animal clinics using inspection standard of X-ray generator for diagnosis. The surveys for inspection standard system, equipment condition, and safety supervision were carried out in 18 animal clinics randomly. The inspection standard included reproducibility of dose exposure, kVp, mAs, collimator accuracy test, collimator luminance test, X-ray view box luminance test, grounding system equipment test and external leakage current test. The surveys of equipment condition and safety supervision used one-on-one interview with 5 points measurement. As a result, 44.44% of reproducibility of dose exposure was proper, 81.25% of kVp test was good, and 100% of mAs test was appropriate. Also, 66.66% of collimator accuracy test was proper, 61.11% of collimator luminance test was good, 53.13% of X-ray view box luminance test was suitable. In addition, only 5.55% of grounding system equipment and ground resistance was proper, 63.64% of external leakage current test was appropriate in grounding system equipment test. The 100mA electric capacity of X-ray generator for diagnosis was popular with 44.44%, and its 55.56% was purchased used equipment. Monthly average of less than 50 times (61.11%) was top frequency in use, and no animal clinic had a thermo-luminescence dosimeter(TLD). The 16 animal clinics with radiation safety zone and 2 without radiation safety zone were appeared.
Cyclists' Posture Factors Affecting Pedaling Rate in Cycle
Hah, Chong-Ku ; Jang, Young-Kwan ; Ki, Jae-Sug ; Kim, Sang-Soo ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 81~86
Despite the importance of cycling postures during cycling performances, there has been a very little research investigating cycling postures and pedaling rate for particularly concerning domestic cyclists. The aim of this study was to analyze correlations and effects between cycling postures and pedaling rate in track cycling. Twelve male racing cyclists (six racing and university cyclists) participated in this research. For this study, seven infrared cameras (Qualisys ProReflex MCU-240s) were used for collecting data and these were processed via QTM (Qualisys Tracker Manager) software. It appeared that pedaling rate had correlations with regard to a shoulder angle (R=-.601) and displacement between shoulder joints(R= -.637), but a knee (R=-.601) and ankle angle (R=.667). Moreover, two multiple regression equations of pedaling rate for cycling postures were significant and R2 of the first order equation y (pedaling rate) = 0.039x (knee angle) - 1.068 was less than the second order equation y = 0.006x2 - 1.287x + 69.674. In conclusion, cycling postures affected the pedaling rate. Further study should be researched on postures in relation to air resistance in a wind tunnel.
Half-Mask Interface Prototype Design using Korean Face Anthropometric Data
Song, Young-Woong ; Yang, Won-Ho ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 87~92
The mask-face interface design should consider the face shape to improve the half mask respirator's fit ratio. This study tried to design the mask-face interface using recent Korean face data. By using the data of 1536 men's 3D face scanning (Size Korea data), head clay mock-up was made and mask-face interface line was extracted from this head mock-up. Using this interface line, the half-mask prototype was made. According to the quantitative fitting test, the proposed mask was found to be well fitted (average fit-ratio > 100). The proposed method had two advantages. 1) The method could use massive head-related anthropometric data like Size Korea data. 2) The qualitative fit test (observation) could be conducted very quickly by fitting the prototype to the head mock-up. However, this method also had several limitations. 1) The head clay mock-up could be different according to the mock-up maker. 2) The average values of the head-related anthropometric data were used to make the head mock-up. Small and large size head mock-ups should be made and tested.
A Study on the As Low As Reasonably Practicable (ALARP)-Concept Risk Assessment of Silane in Semiconductor and LCD Process
Lee, Joong-Hee ; Hwang, Seong-Min ; Woo, In-Sung ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 93~98
A Study on the Actual Condition of Counterplan for Product Liability in Small and Medium Enterprises
Park, Roh-Gook ; Lee, Song-Ho ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 99~105
Product Liability is concerned with liability of a product itself. But, viewing from the management standpoint, Product Liability may have more significant influence on additional sales of the product after it has been supplied into the market. With regard to this, this study tried to make the following: First, this study examined the concept of 'Product Liability and enterprises' management attitude toward Product Liability. Secondly, through the case-analyses of Product Liability, a correlation study had been attempted to know the influence of corporate cultures and product safety activities on business management. Thirdly, this study tried to find the directions of Product Liability at the level of total management strategy.
A Study on the Information System Security Audit Method for Personal Information Protection
Lee, Dong-Nyuk ; Park, Jeong-Sun ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 107~116
To give a solution to solve personal information problems issued in this study, the domestic and overseas cases about information security management system including an authentication technique are analyzed. To preserve the outflow of personal information, which is such a major issue all over the world, a new security audit check list is also proposed. We hope this study to help information system developers construct and operate confidential information systems through the three steps: Analysis of risk factors that expose personal information, Proposal to solve the problem, Verification of audit checking items.
An Empirical Study on Setting Up of an Appropriate Organization for Efficient Operation of ERP Systems
Nam, Ho-Ki ; Park, Sang-Min ; Kim, Jhong-Hyun ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 117~125
Today, many companies have introduced an ERP system - an enterprise resources planning - in order to improve corporate credibility through transparent management and for quick responses to market situations through quick decision making. After the construction of an ERP system, many companies are having difficulty in calculating the appropriate number of personnel required for running the system because of a lack of standard for doing so, as well as a lack of pertinent procedures. As a result, the companies are having to resort to a trial-and-error approach. Therefore this paper studied a model for calculating the appropriate number of personnel required for efficiently running an ERP system after its construction, as well as for constantly meeting its performance targets. The developed model was applied empirically to calculate an appropriate number of personnel required, and an organization was set up according to this. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to present an optimized model for calculating the number of personnel required for operating an ERP system, that which addresses problems of existing models, in order to help companies organize the operation personnel and its size, as well as to provide more objectivity to the calculated number of personnel required and to improve credibility.
A study for Development of SCM Information System in the Distribution Logistics on Using RFID
Kim, Hyung-Do ; Seo, Hyoung-Joo ; Kang, Kyung-Sik ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 127~137
The today many companies are tilting to enjoy the dominant position in the globalization of global market. The past business management is focus on the price and quality, but many companies are doing our utmost for customer satisfaction of various needs of customers. Therefore, The efficient logistics management is a core element in the competitiveness of company that respond more quickly and effectively to market. Now, The companies are building an integrated SCM(Supply Chain Management) system that is able to manage and operate procurement, production, distribution & logistics activity. Among the IT infra, The RFID technique is received special attention for this successful SCM System, continuously it is being researched and developed. Also, they recognize RFID techniques that offer various services at supply chain flow, create value of company. This study propose implications in other industry for biz model development and direction based on RFID in many industry through case study for development of the distribution logistics information system on using RFID.
The Framework Development of Cloud Computing-based Integrated EHS Management System for Small and Medium Construction Companies
Seo, Kwang-Kyu ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 139~143
The small and medium construction companies are facing potential EHS(Environment, Health & Safety) of major accidents to cause casualties or a financial loss and increasing social responsibility. So, they have to voluntarily accomplish the EHS management system rather than passively with regard to EHS regulation. In this study, the framework of integrated EHS management system is developed based on cloud computing, and construction companies are to materialize self-regulation EHS process of construction workplace and to standardize the total EHS business process using the developed system. The proposed system also provides risk analysis, education/control and continuous improvement for EHS tasks and users can easily access the system on the web at a low price through cloud computing service. Eventually, the integrated system contributes to the managerial improvement by minimizing economic and physical loss caused by construction accidents.
A Study on Earned Value Management System (EVMS) For Project Using ERP System
Park, Je-Won ; Lee, Chang-Ho ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 145~151
It seems that a primary concern of the project-based company, which provides a large scale product or service over long term period, is to run a successful project through systematic project process control and control costs. One of the typical project control methods is Earned Value Management System(EVMS) which analyses the precess through performance measurement. Even though the EVMS is a highly efficient tool in the managerial aspect, it cannot easily determine the Planned Value(PV), Actual Cost(AC), or Earned Value(EV) due to the indistinct criteria and extensive data. The accurate calculation of AC in particular, is the basic of project management, but most companies record direct personnel expenses or direct expenses only. Since they calculate indirect expenses based on the estimated ratio, it limits the systematic project management that reflects changes in profit and loss of a company. This study introduces a EVMS for project management and its actual case based on EVMS and ERP system which some additional modules are installed for performance measurement. It is expected that this new method enables a company to save time and effort, and also to improve transparency by specifying expense items in detail and to switch quarterly settlement to monthly by reducing the time of calculation.
Analysis of the effects of information-sharing on supply chain management using simulation
Li, Guang-Zhu ; Lee, Chang-Ho ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 153~160
In this paper, effects of information sharing in multi-level supply chain management have been studied through simulation. The simulation model consists of a manufacturing company as a center, three suppliers, two logistic centers, and three different retail supply lines of each logistics centers. The mathematical model and the simulation were developed when real-time information sharing occurs and does not occur in supply chain under the assumption that each company applies (s, S) inventory policies. In addition, this paper analyzed the effects of the change of variables related to total costs, which compose of total ordering cost, total transportation cost, total carrying cost and shortage cost that are caused by the change of demand of three different patterns with the way of information sharing.
Application of RFID -Centered around Distribution and Logistics Area-
Lee, Gong-Seop ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 161~168
RFID has been used as an identification tool substituting bar-code and its application areas are increasing due to its suitability in ubiquitous environment. This paper reviews RFID applications in some areas in which a serious amount of applications were reported such as material handling, physical distribution, and supply chain management of perishable products. The authors try to suggest research issues along with the limitations of RFID.
A Study on the Efficiency of the EPCIS using Simulation
Li, Zhong-Shi ; Lee, Chang-Ho ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 169~174
EPCIS(EPC Information Services) system is a core component of EPCglobal Architecture Framework offering information of the freights, the time of awareness and the location of awareness on the EPCglobal Network. The role of EPCIS is to exchange information based on EPC. There are four kinds of event data which are object event data, aggregation event data, quantity event data, and transaction event data. These EPCIS events data are stored and managed in EPCIS repository. This paper deals with the method which diversifies the data flow load of intensive EPCIS events and effectively manages EPCIS repository for exchanging data smoothly. In order to verify a effectiveness, we measure the performance of the system using a simulation by comparing the existing method with the suggested method.
On the development of Intelligent Railway Logistics Terminal
Kim, Dong-Hee ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 175~181
The government have plans to improve the railway transport capacity and transport hub for the sustainable national transport and logistics system. Specially, there are much efforts to improve transportation capacity such as high speed transportation of rail freight, enlargement of BT train, development of double stack train, etc. between railway transport hubs. If the transport capacity between railway logistics hubs is increased as planned, we must increase the handling capacity of railway hub terminals. But there are limits to enlarge the terminal infrastructure because of investment scale, location circumstances and urban development plans. To ensure the capacity, with the minimum required enlargement of infrastructure, it is necessary to extremely increase the efficiency of terminal operations. For improving the efficiency, we have to introduce the efficient terminal operation systems based on u-IT and operation optimize technologies. In this paper, we analyse the issues and problems of railway terminals(including ICD) and suggest the concept of intelligent railway terminal and the construction components of technology.
A Study on Source of Total Factor Productivity Growth of Trade Ports in Korea
Huo, Yan ; Jin, Han-Xin ; Lee, Chang-Ho ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 183~190
This paper selects length of berth, area of yard, unloading capacity and number of berth as the input indexes, and cargo turnover as output index to research the source of TFP(Total Factor Productivity) growth of 23 main ports in Korea. The major conclusions are as follows. The TFP of the trade ports in Korea is at the fluctuating stage, but it generally displays a rising trend, and it’s growth originate from the growth of technical efficiency. The Growth rates of TFP of trade ports in the different areas are different, and the sources of growth are also different, but the changing trends are basically the same. Four major factors to the increase of TFP are following: competition between ports, reform of property system, harbor-hinterland economic and international trade, modeling, imitation and innovation in management, technology and system.
A Study on TFP and Source of Turnover Growth of Trade Ports in Korea
Jin, Han-Xin ; Huo, Yan ; Lee, Chang-Ho ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 191~198
This paper selects length of berth, area of yard, unloading capacity and number of berth as the input indexes, and cargo turnover as output index to research the source of turnover growth of 22 main ports in Korea. We gains the following results: in general, the trade ports in Korea are the stage of expansion period, the sources of turnover growth depends on the growth of factor inputs and could not be supported by TFP and technical progress. Especially in the west and east coast, TFP and technical progress is the block to the turnover growth. Four major factors to the increase of TFP are following: competition between ports, reform of property system, harbor-hinterland economic and international trade, modeling, imitation and innovation in management, technology and system.
A Study on ISO 9001:2009 Quality Management Principles Implementation
Chang, Kyung ; Ko, Hyun-Min ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 199~206
In this era of globally competitive world market, many business firms have been using ISO 9000 quality management system, whose principles are leadership, customer focus, people involvement, etc., which are expected and desired to be attained for the various long/short term goals of the business firms. This paper studies whether and how those principles are implemented in the areas of service, manufacturing, etc., and researches the regression relations between business firm's performance and those principles. Using hypothesis testing, we found and showed results which can be referenced for the higher performance of business firms and those can be added to the pool of knowledge about the ISO principles implementation in service and manufacturing industries.
The Algorithm of Improvement of Production cost using Function based cost estimating
Seo, Ji-Han ; Lee, Jea-Myung ; La, Seung-Hoon ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 207~213
Now days, the marketing environment is rapidly changed. Therefore, a lot of companies try to reduce production cost. Especially, Design is a important activities in new product development. While the concepts of design for manufacturable and concurrent engineering have made significant advances in integrating the design function with other areas in the firm. There are still major gaps in timely and accurate costing information available to designers. Inappropriate design could result in high redesign cost and delay in product relation. The generation of design and improvement is a time-consuming and mentally exhaustion process. It involves combining design features to generate as many potential design as possible. As not all features combinations are feasible, decision-makers have to narrow down the potential solutions and subsequently select appropriate design for further development. This new study is composed of 3 steps aiming at the Low Cost Design of the product. The three steps are consisted that setting up the target Cost, estimating the current functional cost, the design of a unit's reviewing according to the priority of the difference between the target cost and the functional cost.
The relationship between organizational culture and service quality, and the moderating effect of tenure
Ahn, Kwan-Young ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 215~222
This paper reviewed the relationship between organizational culture and service quality, and the moderating effect of tenure in service business. Based on the responses from 586 employees, the results of multiple regression analysis showed that rational culture and affiliation culture have positive relationships with all service quality factors. The results of moderating analysis showed that rational culture has more positive relationships with tangibleness, reliability, responsiveness, and empathy in which tenure is longer. Also progressive culture has more positive relationship with empathy in which tenure is longer.
A Study on the Development Of Standard Management System for the Work Efficiency Improvement of the Auto Part Supplier
Lee, Hee-Nahm ; Park, Je-Won ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 223~228
Recently, the various information according to the company management is originated in the change of the rapid company environment. And the necessity of the administration,that is systematic and efficient toward the various document of a form, is gradually increased. At the same time, the efficient management ability of the various standard document obtained the specialized quality authentication system including the ISO/TS16949, ISO14001, quality 5 star, and etc., it maintains occupies the very important part as to the company management. This research suggests the standard business process of the auto part supplier for the efficient management of the standard document. In addition, by building and managing the standard management system will be able to expect the more efficient document management and the product reliability insurance.
A Study on the Integrated Management Systems Establishment and Operation of the KS, QMS and EMS
Kim, Kwang-Soo ; Lee, Sang-Hun ; Chung, Sun-Seok ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 229~238
With the foundation of the WTO in 1995, the era of boundless and unlimited competition between many of the countries around the world has begun. In order to elevate the competitiveness in the international market, we have incorporated the QMS and the EMS system, establish by the International Standardization Organization, and the process has been operated under the authorization. However, many Korea companies' separate enforcement of the QMS and the EMS system is causing the dissipation of the labor force and the invested capital. As we can see through studying the contents on this paper, the number of documents has been reduced down to 54% (From 139 of them to 64 of them), and the conflict and the chaos that could have happened between the documents has been prevented. Its' outcome is attributed to the foundation and the embarkation on the Integrated Management Systems of the KS, QMS, and EMS. Not only that, it has also reduced the waste elements up to greater than 40%.
The Effect of Innovation on Business Performances in Small and Medium Enterprises
Jang, Kwang-Soon ; Kim, Yong-Beom ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 239~246
The purpose of this study is looking for the effects of innovation on business performance in Korean SMEs. We were able to obtain participations of 169 questionnaire, and derived statistics by means of SPSS/PC version 15.0 and AMOS. In this study we found that employee's quality mind and organizational supports for company innovation activities are significant to product innovation and process innovation. The reason is easy to adoption and participation in the innovation for all the members of the staff. As a statistical result, the research conduced that both product innovation and process innovation largely affects the business performances increase.
A Study for Understanding and CSFs of SOA
Lee, Sang-Min ; Park, Jeong-Sun ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 247~254
In this study, we reviewed SOA from the points of the concept, definition, technical components. Additionally, we derived seven critical factors which can lead SOA project to success: top level support, employees education, problem definition, service identification, appropriate development method, continuous development, start from small success.
Development of Short-Run Standardized Control Charts and Acceptance Control Charts Classified by the Demand Volume and Variety
Choi, Sung-Woon ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 255~263
The research developes short-run standardized control charts(SSCC) and short-run acceptance control charts(SACC) under the various demand patterns. The demand patterns considered in this paper are three types such as high-variety and repetitive low-volume pattern, extremely-high-variety and nonrepetitive low-volume pattern, and high-variety and extremely-low-volume pattern. The short-run standardized control charts developed by extending the long-run
-s and I-MR charts have strengths for practioners to understand and use easily. Moreover, the short-range acceptance control charts developed in the study can be efficiently used through combining the functions of the inspection and control chart. The weighting schemes such as Shewhart, moving average (MA) and exponentially weighted moving average (EWMA) can be considered by the reliability of data sets. The two types according to the use of control chart are presented in the short-range standardized charts and acceptance control charts. Finally, process capability index(PCI) and process performance index(PPI) classified by the demand patterns are presented.
The Effects of Feedback on Customer Service Behaviors in a Gas Station
So, Yong-Joon ; Lee, Kye-Hoon ; Oah, She-Zeen ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 265~272
This study examined the relative effects of weekly and daily group feedback on the customer service behaviors in a gas station. Participants were four employees providing full services to the customers. Four target service behaviors, which were identified from the job description for the employees, served as the dependent variables. The data were collected by a supervisor. The independent variable was the frequency of group feedback on the four service behaviors: weekly and daily group feedback. An ABC within group design was adopted. After baseline (A), the weekly group feedback condition (B) was introduced. In the next phase, the daily group feedback condition (C) was introduced. Both weekly and daily group feedback were presented in a graph form and posted at a conspicuous location. Results showed that both weekly feedback and daily feedback conditions were effective in increasing the target behaviors. And, there was difference in the effects between the two conditions.
A Study on Effects of the Decasualization of Port Labor in Incheon Port
Nam, Young-Woo ; Jho, Yong-Chul ; Lee, Chang-Ho ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 273~278
As basic study on effects of the decasualization of port labor, this paper watched labor supply framework reorganization, focused on port worker in Incheon port at before decasualization(2005~2007.9) and after decasualization(2007.10~2010.5) and analyzed disposal quantity, workers, workdays, productivity, accident and disaster data that was apt to influence by the decasualization of port labor. Though commercial traffic of Incheon port was decreased in global economic depression, individual workday per month after decasualization compared with before decasualization is decreased by 3.3days from 22.7day to 19.4days, on the other hand, indivisual annual loading and unloading throughput is increased averagely 71.6%, and labour productivity, when 2005 labour productivity are 100, are increased by 67%. After decasualization, overall loading and unloading productivity is improved. But, according to loading and unloading, the number of accident and disaster are increase by 11.7% after decasualization for loading and unloading operation.
A Study on the Effectiveness of Enterprise and Training for HRD in Small and Medium Enterprise
Yoo, Ji-Chul ; Kim, Kwang-Soo ; Hong, Sang-Jin ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 279~288
The Effect of Psychological Capital on Empowerment and Learning Performance
Lee, Kyu-Yong ; Song, Jung-Su ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 12, issue 4, 2010, Pages 289~300
The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of psychological capital on empowerment and learning performance and the mediating effect of the empowerment on the relationship between psychological capital and learning performance. In order to verify the relationships and mediating effect, data were obtained from 283 university students in Ulsan Metropolitan City and were analyzed by using SPSS 12.0, AMOS 5.0. The findings are as follows: First, the psychological capital were positively related to the empowerment and the learning performance. Second, there was also a positive relationship between the empowerment and the learning performance. Finally, it is found that empowerment fully mediated the relationship of psychological capital and earning performance. The theoretical implication of the study includes that this study and findings advance the understanding of learning performance by suggesting a new viewpoint regarding how psychological capital and empowerment to motivate university's learning performance. Based on these findings, the implications and the limitations of the study were presented including some directions for future studies.