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A study on the necessity and validity of NCS based neo-qualification plan qualification item in Occupational Safety and Health Management field
Choi, Seo-Yeon ; Yang, Wook ; Yoon, Young-Ju ; Yi, Shin-jae ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 1~7
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.1
The study conducted questionnaire analysis to 413 industrial safety field employees in order to examine the necessity and validity of industrial safety field's 17th neo-job classification based on National Competency standards(NCS). As a result, 50.1% of industrial safety management field and 43.3% of industrial health management field answered that classification details of occupational safety and health management field are classified by job(duty) performance. Industrial safety management field recognizes that management and engineering section play a significant role in their work, while industrial health management field recognizes worker's health care and work environment management and overall control of work environment assessment to be significant in their work. Furthermore, industrial safety management field recognizes that separating qualification and foundation of 'construction safety manager', 'chemicals(safety and health) manager', '(toxic)risk assessment evaluator or risk factor manager' to be highly significant. The study is meaningful in that it suggests industrial safety field's qualification items practical in industrial sites.
A study on NCS based qualification plan development procedure of industrial safety field - Focused on the industrial safety, industrial health, nondestructive section-
Yi, Shin-jae ; Yang, wook ; Yoon, Young-Ju ; Choi, Seo-Yeon ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 9~14
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.9
The study is conducted in order to establish validity of industrial safety field's neo-qualification composition by suggesting reengineering procedure of NCS based industrial safety field's qualifying occupational plan. Industrial safety fields are first classified into great classification which are environment energy safety, and then into sub-classification which are industrial safety management, industrial health management, and nondestructive test. NCS based neo-qualification plan is deveopled into progress as following steps; First, planning NCS neo-qualification system. Second, presenting work education combined program certification standard. Third, developing NCS based neo-qualification assessment standard. Fourth, developing work education qualification prototype problem. The process of qualification plan was composed with Worksheet 14 and with 4phase being completing summary of each section, certification and development of assessment standard, and development of prototype problem. As a result, Industrial safety manager was redesigned into Industrial sfety manager and Construction Safety Manager, and Occupational Health Care Manager was redesigned into Occupational Health Care Manager and Industrial Health Manager. This study, in conclusion, suggests development of qualifying occupation that could be applied to the integrated management system and development of future industrial safety field's specialized neo-qualifying occupation.
A Study on the Optimization Effectiveness of Risk Assessment in Construction Industry
Paek, Chung Hyeun ; Cho, Ur Ryong ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 15~22
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.15
The risk assessment carried out on the construction site at the beginning of the implementation depends on the subjective judgment of risk of general contractor and subcontractors, whose opinion about frequency and intensity of risk is different. In this paper, research the awareness of general contractors and subcontractors about process of risk assessment at the construction site and its effectiveness. Researching of the main factors "frequency", "intensity" which determines the degree of risk gives the opportunity to find an option for improving the effective implementation of risk assessment.
A Study on the Perception Level of Health and Safety among the Participants for Optimization of Risk Assessment in Construction Industry
Paek, Chung-Hyeun ; Cho, Ur-Ryong ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 23~32
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.23
Recently, the Ministry of Labour, published clause 2 of Article 41 (Risk Assessment) of the Act "Industrial Safety and Health" dated 12 June 2013 in connection with continuous increase of accidents at construction sites in order to prevent accidents in industrial safety and health in new construction in accordance with the risk assessment on construction projects are realized after March 13, 2014. In this paper, positive method of calculating risk discussed by performing research the awareness of general contractors and sub-contractors with presenting risky situation is considered. The purpose will be a positive method of calculating risk and would be a sufficient base and give a positive direction in the development of new systems currently working in the construction and risk assessment which consider the characteristics of sufficient risk assessment system for future research.
A study on hazard rate decrease plan in plant construction site by improving foreman's role
Eun, Nam-Gwon ; Kim, Chang-Eun ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 33~44
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.33
Domestic plant construction sites have a tendency to become bigger, more various and complicated. Moreover frequency of industrial incident is increasing due to short project period, coexistence work condition and using heavy construction equipment. Installing safety facilities and safety training contribute to prevent incident. But mostly incident happens due to workers' unsafe action and wrong work method. Technically, it is very difficult for us to closely manage workers preventing incident. Therefore, the role of foreman who ordinarily works together with his workers is considered more important. Specific execution plan was drawn through industrial incident statistics from Ministry of Labor and questionnaire survey to interest parties(supervisor, safety staff and foreman). If foreman has raised sense of belonging and responsibility by conducting practical safety training for his workers, manages job site and receives proper compensation for these roles, it will be expected that it fully influences incident decrease.
A Study on the Calculation of the proper number of the SPMS safety managers and safety management ratio when introducing SPMS
Yoon, Yeo-Chan ; Chung, Kwang-Seop ; Kim, Ji-Hoon ; Kim, Sung-Min ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 45~52
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.45
Depending on the growth of the construction industry, size of construction sites are becoming enlarged, and construction work is becoming diversified as well. However, this increases risks of safety accidents. In order to alleviate this problem, some large construction companies have implemented a Safety Patrol Management System (SPMS) in order to reduce accidents on construction sites. Aimed at the construction sites where SPMS has been applied, the purpose of this research is to calculate the proper number of SPMS safety mangers by comparing and contrasting the number of safety managers per person for each site with different sizes and the converted accident ratio. In addition, we also aim to calculate the adequate amount of SPMS safety management costs compared to the total amount of construction expenses required once SPMS is introduced.
The Influence of Train Driver's Accident Experience on the Negative Spillover of Work : Mediating Effect of Fear and Anxiety and Moderating Effect of Self-Efficacy
Kim, Jung Gon ; Shin, Tack Hyun ; Yusupova, Zaynab ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 53~63
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.53
This study highlights empirically the relationship among major constructs such as accident, fear and anxiety emotion, self-efficacy, and negative spillover of work, focused on the railway drivers. The differentiated factor of this study is in that the experience of accident was posed as exogenous variable. The main statistical tool was Regression. Hypothesis tests based on 201 samples verified that the experience of accidents showed a significant effect on negative spillover of work mediated by fear and anxiety, with moderating effect of self-efficacy between fear and anxiety and negative spillover of work. However, the moderating effect was shown as increasing the degree of negative spillover of work, since the drivers recognized their fear and anxiety accrued by accident experience as uncontrollable. This findings suggest the need for mitigating driver's negative emotion - fear and anxiety - through an introduction of practice such as exemption of settlement obligation in accident site and lowering of the penalty for accident responsibility.
A Study on the 'Work-Life Balance' of Metro Drivers : Exploration of Precedence and Antecedence
Kim, Jung Gon ; Shin, Tack Hyun ; Sin, Jun-U ; Berdiyev, Alisher ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 65~79
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.65
This study intended to investigate exploratorily the precedent factors affecting two types of perceived balances between work and life(family/leisure) and the antecedent ones affected by them, focusing on the metro train drivers. To attain this purpose, literature survey on the precedent factors, work-life balance, and antecedent factors was performed, and the study model was designed based on this survey, and then this model was analyzed empirically using Multiple-Regression. The results on the precedent factors showed that Job Demand, Self-Efficacy, and Age have significant effects on the negative transfer of work. On the other hand, it was shown that Affiliative Culture, Self-Efficacy, and Internal Locus of Control have significant effects on the family centered balance. And the results on the antecedent factors showed that family centered balance has significant effects on Job Satisfaction, Psychological Depression and Fatigue, Safety Behavior, and accident, and the negative transfer of work has significant effects on Physical and Psychological Depression and Fatigue, Emergency Stress, and Safety Behavior.
A Study on Efficient Activities in Railway Safety Guidance
Kim, Tae-gil ; Kim, Ki-Young ; Kang, Kyung-sik ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 81~88
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.81
Infrastructure such as tracks, catenary, rolling stock and signaling systems, and close interface with the human factors of train drivers, shunting staff and maintenance staff are required for train operations. Safety management is the most essential part for the functioning of a train. In line with the safety management, each rail operator has a safety guidance system and the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport operates Railway Safety Inspector system. Safety Inspector System is to train employees working in the field to be aware of rules and regulations, and to improve identified risk factors. Hence, it is necessary to establish systematic training and inspection methods for safety guidance staff and make clear the roles and responsibilities of safety inspectors according to the Occupational Safety and Health Act, and safety instructors for several inspections according to the Railroad Safety Act.
A study on the difference in safety awareness of research employees working for laboratory safety management of university institutes - University, Junior College, Polytechnic Colleges-
Kwon, Yuna ; Kwon, Young-Guk ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 89~96
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.89
The study was conducted with statical analysis of data (828 data in 2010, 752 data in 2012, 648 data in 2014) in order to evaluate laboratory awareness difference of research employees working in different types of universities. Results of the study were as follows: First, university institutes in the order of polytechnic colleges, university, and junior college showed the highest laboratory safety awareness in 'awareness and education of laboratorial safety regulation' and 'awareness in laboratory risk factors'. Second, the difference in safety awareness of universities by year(years that conducted current status survey) was the highest in year 2014, then in 2010, and in 2008. Third, the difference of research employees working for laboratory safety management by year(years that conducted current status) showed that university had the highest laboratory safety awareness in year 2010, but it changed to polytechnic colleges in year 2012 and 2014. Through this study, we could recognize the difference in safety awareness of research employees working in university institutes.
Comparative Study for nominated safety manager and the organization of safety management committee by year through the research on the actual condition
Kwon, Yuna ; Kwon, Young-Guk ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 97~104
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.97
The study is conducted in order to identify whether there is difference in laboratory safety management committee and safety manager appointment for type of institutes(university, research institute, enterprise institute). The study conducted statistical analysis of 2484 institutes (university, research institute, enterprise institute) that attended 'current status of laboratory safety management' by year(number of current status participation). As a result, university showed increase in forming safety management committee as the number of current status(year) increases. The number of safety management committee held were the highest amongst all institutes being 2 held/2 year. Furthermore, period of safety management committee held at university and research institutes are decreasing stately. For 2014, the rate of hosting periodic committee and temporary committee simultaneously when necessary are increasing. The rate of appointing safety manager who is in charge of laboratory safety is increasing in university, but it is decreasing in research institute and enterprise institute. The work pattern of safety manager in university is increase in exclusive duties and decrease in adjunct duties, while work pattern in research institute and enterprise institute is more on the contract duties.
Development of Real-time Safety Management System for Incident Prevention by Hazard Material Transport
Kim, Yeon Woong ; Kim, Si Gon ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 105~113
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.105
The incidents related to transporting hazardous materials may cause serious impacts on neighborhood and surrounding areas. It is essential to have a real-time safe management system for incidents prevention of transporting hazardous materials. Currently, the system is not integrated into one channel, which makes it difficult to control an incidents response. Another problem is that event status is not appropriately shared among authorities having responsibilities taking down the incidents. This paper investigates previous studies covering the real-time safety management system for hazard material transports and suggests an integrated management system that helps communicate effectively and promptly.
A study on the work environment and accident exposure status of Tower Crane workers
Choi, Seo-Yeon ; Cho, Kee-Hong ; Park, Dong-Hyun ; Choi, Byung-Gil ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 115~123
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.115
The study conducted statistical analysis of survey on the 239 workers participating in national Tower Crane installation/dismantlement in order to identify work environment and health hazard exposure of Tower Crane workers. Consequently for work related safety status of Tower Crane workers, the number of installation/dismantlement work was the highest at 15-20 times per month, and safety equipments were not arranged at work and they felt highly anxious when boarding on the Tower Crane. Furthermore, it is found that they feel anxious working in the influence of the weather, noise, vibration, wind, the sun ray, and structure characteristic. They have very low satisfaction in the insecureness of workplace and the work environment, and recognizes that their work affect highly on the health. 81.6% of workers have experienced accident at work, the cause of accidents were mainly due to poor work environment, and the health abnormality they have experienced were mostly fatigue and concentration reduction. For job stress, job demand and conflict in relationship were the highest sections. Total 66.5% of workers complained of musculoskeletal disorder related subjective symptom, and back pain patients were the highest of all groups.
A Study on the Characteristics of Working Condition and Occupational Safety and Health in the Food Service industry
Choi, Hyung Jin ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 125~132
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.125
The primary purpose of present study, to take appropriate measures to prevent occupational accidents in the food service industry, was to evaluate characteristics of working condition and occupational safety and health. In order to fulfill our objective, profession and working environment, safety recognition and education, safety activities, physical conditions and accident experience were surveyed. To collect information and opinion in the field, face-to-face interviews were, using a structured questionnaire, carried out. Also, food service industry's accidents reported by Korean Occupational Safety and Health Agency at 2014 were statistically analyzed. In the resulting of analyzing data from a questionnaire survey of food service industry employees, safety/health train and management were increased.
A study on determination of working posture to be analyzed during MSDs evaluation
Noh, An-Na ; Choi, Seo-Yeon ; Park, Dong-Hyun ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 133~141
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.133
This study tried to identify the problems associated with the posture to be analyzed and tried to suggest guidelines for MSDs(Musculoskeletal Disorders) evaluation based on working posture. A total of 50 jobs from 3 different types of industries(electronics, hospitals, automobiles) were used for MSDs evaluation study which was done by 6 observers. Two indexes were applied to identify the problem in this study which were percentage of agreement and counter-time-error rate. Specifically, 'counter-time-error rate' represented a degree of consistency in terms of selecting the posture to be analyzed time after time. Main results of the study were as follows; 1) The average percentage of agreement for representative posture for whole body was relatively higher than that for representative postures for individual body parts, 2) The counter-time-error rate(%) has been reduced as the evaluation process has repeated for the same job. 3) The counter-time-error rate(%) for electronics, hospitals, and automobiles were 63.4%, 61.2%, and 67.3% respectively. 4) The counter-time-error rate(%) for the job with the work cycle of 0.5 to 2 minutes were lower than that of the jobs with the work cycles less than 0.5 minute or greater than 2 minute. 5) The work cycles and the number of trials had significant effects on counter-time-error rate while the types of industries did not have significant effects on counter-time-error rate. Some guidelines could be prepared from the results of the study. Probably, there should have an extension in terms of form and matter for this study in order to have more practical output.
The Impact of the Safety Awareness & Performance by the Intelligent Image Analysis System
Jang, Hyun Song ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 143~148
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.143
The study examined the relationship between workers' safety awareness, safety performance and the components of the intelligent image analysis system in accordance with preventing the workers from safety hazard in dangerous working area. Based on the safety performance model, we include safety knowledge, safety motivation, safety compliance and safety participation, and we also define three additional factors of the intelligent image analysis system such as functional feature, penalty and incentive by using factor analysis. SEM(Structural Equation Modeling) analyses on the data from the total of 73 workers showed that functional feature of intelligent analysis system and incentive were positively related to safety knowledge and safety motivation. And mediation effects of the relationship were verified to safety compliance and safety participation through safety knowledge as well.
Research for the Wear Status and Encourage the Children to Wear Safety Helmets
Song, Rae Ho ; Lee, Kang In ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 149~162
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.149
This study was conducted on young children safety helmet to prevent risk of head injuries from external shock. Young children helmet shall be easy to wear and use comfortably. But the young children helmet market in domestic has imported dependently and widely variations in quality because the euro product of high priced and the east asia product of low priced are selling at the same time. Therefore, this study surveyed children under 13 years of age and Married people and studies their actual state of wearing. Furthermore, this study is going to propese the improving wearing of helmet and the major points of quality of helmet and the problem by comparing and reviewing regulations of domestic and foreign.
Kinematic Mechanism of Gait on Different Road Conditions in Older Women
Hah, Chong Ku ; Ki, Jae Sug ; Jang, Young Kwan ; Lee, Eun Young ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 163~171
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.163
The aim of this study was to investigate kinematic mechanism of gait different road conditions(dry vs. oil) in order women. For this study, twenty older women and ten young women participated in this research. twelve infrared cameras were used to collect data. It appeared that the gait strategies of older women were slower velocity and higher CoM than young women. Depending on road conditions, gait velocities of dominant muscle older women on dry surface were faster than dominant sense older women, but those of them were inverse on oil surface. The slip displacement of dominant muscle older women was less than young women, but the slip displacement of dominant sense older women was greater than young women. In case of blind during stance phase on oil surface, the rotational motion of the ankle and knee joints were increased. In conclusion, older women were subjected to self-organization theory and phase shift in dynamic theory.
A study on the difference in the safety culture cognition of host company and subcontractor
Choi, Byung-Gil ; Yoon, Seok-Joon ; Choi, Seo-Yeon ; Moon, Kyoung-Whan ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 173~183
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.173
The study conducted questionnaire analysis on 607 host company employee and 404 subcontractor employee in order to examine the difference in the safety culture cognition of host company and subcontractor. As a result, host company had higher recognition in all safety culture factors compare to that of subcontractor, and there were bigger gap of cognition in the 'cognition in safety status and culture', 'accident and near-miss', 'immediate superior's concentration degree in safety and health' than that of other cognition factors. Furthermore, team leaders showed the highest cognition in both host company and subcontractor, and employees with above 20 year career had the highest cognition in both host company and subcontractor. There is high relationship between host company and subcontractor in the correlations in safety culture cognition factors. Through this study, we identified the difference in the safety culture cognition factor of host company and subcontractor.
The impact of job quality on health status and job satisfaction
Kim, Kishik ; Rhee, Kyung Yong ; Cho, Yunho ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 185~193
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.185
There are so many definition of good work but generally job quality can be useful to analyze the good work. Good work may include some factors about health or working environment. This paper was planned to investigate the level of job quality in Korean employees. Especially comparison of health status between low an high job quality can be analyzed. Korean Working Conditions Survey was used. The various job characteristics were categorized into 6 component of job quality using factor analysis. Statistically mean difference test and cross-tabulation analysis were used to identify the difference of health status and distribution of the level of job quality. The result has shown the different distribution of the level of job quality by the economic sectors and occupations statistically significant. The positive cases of all of six components of job quality was 2.1% of Korean employees and the negative cases of all six components of job quality was 1.5%. The subjective general health status was correlated with job quality but work-related stress was negatively correlated with the level of job quality. This study was heuristic one, more depth analysis will be needed to identify the relationship and causation of job quality and health status.
On an Enhanced Model of System Readiness Level by Incorporating Safety for the Development of Live Fire Test Systems
Ye, Sung Hyuck ; Lee, Jae-Chon ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 195~204
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.195
The live fire test has been playing a critical role in evaluating the goals-to-meet of the weapon systems which utilize the power of explosives. As such, the successful development of the test systems therein is quite important. The test systems development covers that of ranges and facilities including system-level key components such as mission control, instrumentation or observation, safety control, electric power, launch pad, and so on. In addition, proper operational guidelines are needed with well-trained test and operation personnel. The emerging weapon systems to be deployed in future battle field would thus have to be more precise and dynamic, smarter, thereby requiring more elaboration. Furthermore, the safety consideration is becoming more serious due to the ever-increasing power of explosives. In such a situation, development of live fire test systems seems to be challenging. The objective of the paper is on how to incorporate the safety and other requirements in the development. To achieve the goal, an architectural approach is adopted by utilizing both the system components relationship and safety requirement when advanced instrumentation technology needs to be developed and deteriorated components of the range are replaced. As an evaluation method, it is studied how the level of maturity of the test systems development can be assessed particularly with the safety requirement considered. Based on the concepts of both systems engineering and SoS (System-of-Systems) engineering process, an enhanced model for the system readiness level is proposed by incorporating safety. The maturity model proposed would be helpful in assessing the maturity of safety-critical systems development whereas the costing model would provide a guide on how the reasonable test resource allocation plan can be made, which is based on the live fire test scenario of future complex weapon systems such as SoS.
Empirical analysis on Information Management Performance Impact of Information Security activities
Son, Tae Hyun ; Park, Jung Sun ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 205~213
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.205
This study aims to verify the structural correlation empirically between information security performance and information management performance. To verify the correlation, three factors such as managerial controlled activity, technical controlled activity, and physical controlled activity are divided for the information security activities variable. the security performance are divided into accident prevention and accident response variables. As a result, security organization activity is a unique factor being positively significant to information security and management performance. And three activities such as human security, security training, development security do not affect at all on both information security and management performance.
Evaluation of CT Number Difference between Radiation Therapeutic CT Simulator and Conventional CT
Seo, Jeong Min ; Rhim, Jae Dong ; Kim, Chan Hyeong ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 215~219
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.215
The purpose in this study is to investigate CT number difference between conventional CT and CT simulator. It shows good correlation in CT number on the muscle, bone, and air. However, in the liver, lungs and water, the low correlation was detected. This result can become the good index for the direction of the distribution of dose difference research between CT equipment for using the computerized radiation therapy planning system.
A Study on Standard Management Model for The Logistics Center
Kim, Yin-Gyu ; Choi, Hoon-Young ; Baek, Seon-Woo ; Kang, Kyung-Sik ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 221~229
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.221
The economy is advancing at quite a bit is the role of the Distribution Center, a rise is evolving and mullyuryang Any existing storage facilities were not creating added value from contact with the customer service centers play the role. In order to increase its market competitiveness also pl approach to three in order to enforce cost savings and run. But by industry, the goods, operating characteristics of the cooperating in order to differentiate themselves with the operating process of improvement of operating system, including costs and took lots of time of service.Quality is lower ; all were missing. Such logistics centers, standard management model to address a little bit problem with highest academic. I want to try send it to, each product-category's industrial and business forms, standardisation is really a difficult situation, current study is further progress all you if you are The process managed to turn component is sure that we will be able to be judged.
A Study on the Performance Result of Logistics Task by Accepting Warehouse Management System
Choi, Hoon-Young ; Lim, Man-Ku ; Kang, Kyung-Sik ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 231~237
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.231
This treatise is a study on the effectiveness of logistics tasks through the Warehouse Management System. Using manufacturer 'D' company's logistics operation as an example, we compared before and after cases, in which WMS was used. Upon using WMS, we observed the processes and researched how much the logistics company's performance was affected by the process changes influencing profits.
A green transportation model in reverse logistics network and its comparative assessment for environmental impacts
Kim, Ki Hong ; Shin, Seoung-Jun ; Chung, Byung Hyun ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 239~246
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.239
Enforced environmental regulations call for extending the domain of manufacturers' responsibility to the entire product life cycle. To comply with the environmental regulations, manufacturers have constructed reverse logistics networks to re-collect their leftover waste for recycling consumed resources. However, the operational activities associated with storage, loading and transportation processes within the networks inevitably impose environmental burdens. Particularly, the transportation process largely influences environmental performance due to perpetual uses of transportation vehicles. Therefore, there is a need to develop an environmentally-conscious transportation model that can efficiently manage the uses of transportation vehicles. Additionally, it is vital to analyze its significances of environmental performance to compare quantitatively it with existing models. This paper proposes a transportation model for improving environmental performance in a reverse logistics network. This paper also presents a case study to perform its comparative analysis using Life Cycle Assessment that evaluates potential environmental impacts of a product system.
The Effects of Emotional Labor and Moderating Effect of Social Support and Job Autonomy on Retailing services employee's
Ji, Guijeong ; Park, Jiyoung ; Kim, Chesoong ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 247~263
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.247
This study seeks to identify effects derived from emotional labor in the distribution industry, and draw ways to systematically manage the employees by exploring effects of the emotion work on performance. For the purpose, literature reviews and empirical experiments were conducted to find out effects of emotional labor and false face acting on emotion work and organizational performance and effects of social support and job autonomy on the relationship between emotion work and organizational performance. To verify the hypothesis, we conducted a hierarchical regression analysis and structural equation model analysis using SPSS 20 and AMOS19. The result of the verification in this study is as follows: First, effects of emotional labor on burnout was found to be statistically significant, second, as for the path-coefficient for "emotional labor
emotion work" and "emotional labor
job satisfaction" was not statistically significant, while the path-coefficient for "emotional labor
service level" was found to be statistically significant. Third, effects of emotion work on job satisfaction was found statistically significant, fourth, emotion work on the service level was found statistically significant, fifth, effects of false face acting on emotion work was found statistically significant, sixth, effects of false face acting on burnout was statistically significant, seventh, moderating were found statistically significant and lastly, moderating effects of the relationship between emotion work from job autonomy and organization performance was not verified in job satisfaction, while emotion work, job autonomy, and interaction variable in service level were statistically significant.
Development of Supply Chain Network Simulator
Lim, Seok-Jin ; Mo, Chang-Woo ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 265~272
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.265
The competition between companies for prior occupation of the market is becoming fierce. In this highly competitive situation, it is important for companies to differentiate themselves if they are going to have a chance at success. And the competition to create the best solution method possible is higher than ever. Increased competition is forcing companies to lower costs and improve efficiency. A supply chain management(SCM) has become one of the most important solution methods of competitive advantage. This study has developed a simulator for the supply chain network problem. The simulator is designed to simulate the conditions of an actual supply chain network considering uncertainties. The simulator developed using commercial simulation tool ARENA and the results of computational experiments for a simple example were given and discussed to validate the developed simulator. Further research is needed, but using the simulator could become a useful tool for decision making in the supply chain network area.
Japan route logistics research for flower export efficiency
Choi, Hoon-Young ; Back, Sun-Woo ; Kim, In-Ku ; Kang, Kyung-Sik ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 273~278
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.273
In this study, refer to cases of domestic flower exporters, important factors for flower export logistics were categorized and analyzed and efficient logistics processes were suggested. According to export profitability and product quality, important factors were categorized as quarantine, costs, lead time. By applying important factors, commonly using route-SHIMONOSEKI, reverse distribution prevented route-HAKATA, Excellent market access routes-OSAKA were analyzed and efficient logistics processes were suggested.
Supply Chain Inventory Model for Items with Stock Dependent Demand Rate and Exponential Deterioration under Order-Size-Dependent Delay in Payments
Shinn, Seong Whan ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 279~287
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.279
A Study on the Improvement of R&D commercialization policy system for Railroad Transportation
Kim, Dong-Hee ; Rhu, Jae-Kyun ; Yang, Keun-Yul ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 289~296
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.289
Recently, the Korean government has been making efforts to achieve 'creative economy' based on science and technology. As part of these efforts, it has been promoted specific policies for innovation and performance enhancement of national R&D projects. They contains commercialization of research outcomes, technology transfer, technology based startup and support small and medium-sized businesses. The railroad transportation industry is a representative in the field of SOC and has own characteristics different from other industry areas. Especially, industry and market of railroad transportation are directly related to planning and implementation of government SOC policies. So in order to promoting commercialization of railroad transportation projects, it is very important to ensure consistency between government policies and R&D projects. In this paper, we investigate barriers of successful commercialization with typical researchers in the area of railroad transportation, and suggest problems and improvements of policy-based commercialization by giving specific examples.
An Empirical Study on the Business Performance of the Self-Employed Creative Companies - Focused on the Relational Characteristics-
Yuk, Heon-Young ; Seo, Jong-Hyen ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 297~306
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.297
The purpose of this thesis is to contribute in establishing the objectives of government policies through an empirical analysis on the relational characteristics surrounding the self-employed creative enterprises under the current circumstances where the specific empirical studies on the self-employed creative enterprises haven't been performed. According to the result of verification, the social capitals such as reliability, reciprocity and network are necessary due to the characteristics possessed by the self-employed creative enterprises while the reliability between cooperative enterprises is created and the cooperative relationship continues when the enterprises are faithful to their intrinsic activities such as the improvement of productivity rather than the entrepreneur spirit. Such win-win cooperation was eventually shown as having a positive effect on the performance of enterprises.
A Study on the Effects of KC Certification on Corporate Management - focusing on Consumer Product
Kim, Jae Man ; Kim, Kwang Soo ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 307~317
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.307
This study was to identify the effect of the satisfaction of certification, the educational use of the company offering certificate, the system of confirmation of the same model and the demographic aspect on the companies to see if compulsory certification(KC certificate) has negative effects on company management. First, the satisfaction of certification could reflect positive influences on company management. Second, there is no statistical significance in the education from the company offering certificate as a result of analyzing relationships but education is required and has an effect on improving quality according to the result of frequency analysis. Last, the system to declare by identifying the same model has a difference in significance in sales account, the development of products and warranty service for products.
Construction Company TQM Impact on the Activities Performance
Kim, Ja-Yeon ; Kang, In-Won ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 319~330
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.319
This study examines the factors configuration management quality of the construction company, and to analyze the impact of these factors on Project Performance and Company Performance. That quality construction management configuration factors, chief executives, corporate strategy, organizational management, information technology, and partners five variables, Project Performance variables, process management, quality management, cost management, safety management, environmental management five variables, and Company Performance parameters of financial competence and organizational satisfaction, quality of work three variables, the overall causal relationship between the presence of specific activities and management quality, classified according to the size of the company were verified by the difference in impact between the two groups.
The Pricing Behavior of Korean Gas Stations
Jo, Young Jin ; Lee, Jee Hoon ; Yoon, Choong Han ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 331~341
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.331
Gasoline prices vary across Korea. Some gas stations charge higher prices, while others charge lower prices. In this paper, we try to find: why gasoline prices differ markedly across regions. We empirically estimate the determinants of gas prices by incorporating supply side factors as well as demand side factors into the empirical model. Empirical results show that both location-specific factors and store-specific factors affect gas prices. Concentration of competing stores, store brands, ownership of gas stations, and self-service availability influence gas prices. In addition, the availability of other customer services such as convenience stores, car wash, and auto repairs affects gas prices.
The Effect of Corporate Entrepreneurship on the Organizational Performance: Focused on the Mediating Effects of Market Orientation and Radical Innovation
Song, Jung-Su ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 343~353
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.343
The purpose of this study includes: Firstly, to examine the effects of corporate entrepreneurship on market orientation, radical innovation, and organizational performance. Secondly, to examine the mediating effect of the market orientation, radical innovation on the relationship between corporate entrepreneurship and organizational performance. In order to verify the relationships and mediating effect, data were collected from convenient sample of 269 employees at small and medium enterprises in Busan, Ulsan, Gyeongju city to test theoretical model and its hypotheses. All data collected from the survey were analyzed using with SPSS 18.0 and AMOS 18.0. This study reports findings as followed: first, the relationship between the corporate entrepreneurship and the market orientation is positively related. Second, there was also a positive correlation between the corporate entrepreneurship and the radical innovation. Third, there was also a positive correlation between the market orientation and the radical innovation. Fourth, the relationship between the market orientation and the organizational performance is positively related. Fifth, there was also a positive correlation between the corporate entrepreneurship and the organizational performance. Sixth, there was also a positive correlation between the radical innovation and the organizational performance. Finally, the market orientation played as a partial mediator on the relationship between corporate entrepreneurship and radical innovation. The market orientation and radical innovation played as a partial mediator on the relationship between corporate entrepreneurship and organizational performance. Also, the radical innovation played as a partial mediator on the relationship between market orientation and organizational performance. Based on these findings, the limitations of the study and some directions for future studies were presented.
The Develop and Research of EPD system for the semiconductor fine pattern etching
Kim, Jae Pil ; Hwang, WooJin ; Shin, Youshik ; Nam, JinTaek ; Kim, hong Min ; Kim, chang Eun ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 355~362
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.355
There has been an increase of using Bosch Process to fabricate MEMS Device, TSV, Power chip for straight etching profile. Essentially, the interest of TSV technology is rapidly floated, accordingly the demand of Bosch Process is able to hold the prominent position for straight etching of Si or another wafers. Recently, the process to prevent under etching or over etching using EPD equipment is widely used for improvement of mechanical, electrical properties of devices. As an EPD device, the OES is widely used to find accurate end point of etching. However, it is difficult to maintain the light source from view port of chamber because of contamination caused by ion conflict and byproducts in the chamber. In this study, we adapted the SPOES to avoid lose of signal and detect less open ratio under 1 %. We use 12inch Si wafer and execute the through etching 500um of thickness. Furthermore, to get the clear EPD data, we developed an algorithm to only receive the etching part without deposition part. The results showed possible to find End Point of under 1 % of open ratio etching process.
A study on the implementation of closed-loop system using the stepper motor back-EMF
Im, Sungbeen ; Jeong, Sanghwa ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 363~370
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.363
In this paper, the control technique of the stepping motor using back electromotive force(B-EMF) without encoder is investigated. The stepping motor generally uses the rotary encoder to detect the rotor position. Since this method increases the cost and the motor configuration size, the new closed-loop control method applied for the B-EMF was implemented by using current detect circuit, AD-converter, and micro controller unit(MCU). The control loop of stepping motor became very simplified. The current change of stepping motor measured by the amplifier was measured and analyzed, when the missing step is occurred. Based on the data from current feedback, position errors were compensated and confirmed by using AD-converter.
A Study on the productivity improvement of new product model for the camera module industry
Choi, Jun-Ho ; Kang, Kyung-Sik ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 371~375
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.371
Smartphone industry grew rapidly enough to draw a close attention in a short period less than ten years. Accordingly, required camera module industry is getting increase. In this study, it will be shown how to improve the productivity of new product model for the camera module before the growth to maximize the company profits.
Design of PLL Frequency Synthrsizer for Data Link Communication
Kwon, Sang-Chul ; Kang, Kyung-Sik ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 17, issue 3, 2015, Pages 377~381
DOI : 10.12812/ksms.2015.17.3.377
For the first time, PLL frequency synthesizer using DDS was adapted for the data link communication system which should fast transmit and receive each other with the correct information and fast Hopping System. It is inevitable to lost the synchronization by slow lock time about PLL and no cut off the noise. This paper propose the design of PLL frequency synthesizer which can make 800MHz frequency range. The PLL frequency synthesizer has three high qualities those are frequency accuracy, fast lock time and outstanding phase noise.