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Volume 7, Issue 5 - Dec 2005
Volume 7, Issue 4 - Oct 2005
Volume 7, Issue 3 - Aug 2005
Volume 7, Issue 2 - Jun 2005
Volume 7, Issue 1 - Mar 2005
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A Study on the Safety Culture and Effective Management System
Yi Kwan Hyung ; Oh Ji Young ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 7, issue 3, 2005, Pages 1~15
Recently in Korean Society, risk and safety has become a central discourse in not only the social and natural science but also political decision making. The efficient organizational management contributes to controlling the risk factors in the workplace. For the management is influenced and improved by the organizational culture, the alternatives more than simply improving the work environment or enforcing the education of safety on each workers are required. This study was the status of safety culture in organizational members(managers and workers, and specialist) including the attitude on the safety atmosphere and risk perception, and experiences, knowledges, motivation etc. For this part, the method of questionnaire and statistical analysis are mobilized. The degree of safety commitment of organization members appears relatively high (3.97 in five scale estimation), but there are variations in this results according to socio-demographic characteristics. At the same time, managers and professionals actively participation in the program related to safety than workers in production/sales. The higher income level and career is the more attention to the safety is. Based on this survey, we make an rough suggestion of several tasks to the policy -makers: improvement of communication on the risk and safety is required and in particular, the workers in the relatively low level in production/sales. The education system about safety which is, with one-side, provided by government or managers turns out to be inefficient. Rather, small group performance of the organizational members which they participate in the communication with interaction in the various discourse are able to provoke the safety mood in workplace.
The relationship between safety-specific transformational leadership and safety compliance, and the moderating effect of personality in SME
Ahn Kwan Young ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 7, issue 3, 2005, Pages 17~27
With Balling, Loughlin and Kelloway's(2002) research, occupational safety and health literatures begin to emphasize the influence of superior and organizational context. Based on this research trend, this paper tried to review the relationship between safety-specific transformational leadership and employee safety compliance, and the moderating effect of A-type personality on such relationship. Based on the responses from 643 manufacturing workers, the results of statistical analysis showed that perceived charisma and individual consideration have affirmative effects on the employee safety compliance. The extent individual consideration impacts on employee compliance is proved to be positively influenced by A-type personality.
A Study of Domestic Construction Quality Management Factor Analysis - (using Covariance Structure Model)
Kim Tae Sung ; Koo Il Seob ; Lim Nam Gyu ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 7, issue 3, 2005, Pages 29~36
This research has been conducted in order to assess the effects on quality management factor of the construction sites. 30 companies abiding by the 'construction industry law' and 32 companies abiding by the 'housing construction promotion law' have been researched in areas of quality-management environment, quality-management understanding, quality-management education on construction field, quality-system and quality-improvement. This construction quality factors are to realized the anticipated results not only quality level's increasing, but also company's confidence, competitiveness. We were able to obtain participations of 62 questionnaire, and derived statistics by means of SPSS/PC version 10.0. In this study, we find the bottleneck factor for promotion and upgrade quality management factor of the construction sites and suggest a way out of difficulties.
A Study on the Road Safety under Total Load and ESAL for trucks
Jin Han Xin ; Lee Chang Ho ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 7, issue 3, 2005, Pages 37~46
There are very large differences on the standards of gross weight and single axle weight for commercial motor vehicles between international and Korean standards. Short Wheelbase Truck are produced and run only in Korea. It has very serious effects on the durabilities of bridges and roads and makes logistic competitive power fall back and overconsuming energy. This paper deals with a comparative study of the international standards with Korean, grasps the drawbacks and makes up the suggestions to strengthen the logistic competitive power of Korea and reduce the maintenance cost for the roads and the consumption of energy.
A Risk Point Measuring Model for Improvement of the Information System Reliability
Cho Doo Ho ; Seo Jang Hoon ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 7, issue 3, 2005, Pages 47~61
Many researchers have proved that risk measurement of information systems is a very effective tool for improving confidence of information systems. However, information system risk in Korea still includes many subjective judgements. This study deals with applying a quantitative model to improve risk measurement of information system quality. First of all, we have come up with solutions to improve the evaluation efficiency on risk measurement. We have merged the risk guidelines of COBIT and CMM, and developed a quantified evaluation scheme that call by risk point. We have proved the validity of this model by interviews with experts and by case studies.
Risk Factor Analysis of Printing Business Workers
Choi Ho Dal ; Kim Hyun Ho ; Jeong Byung Yong ; Yang Hong Seok ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 7, issue 3, 2005, Pages 63~72
The purpose of this study is to examine the prevalence of musculoskeletal disorders and ergonomic risk factors for workers of printing business. A self-reporting survey and task analysis using video camera were performed to identify ergonomic risk factors associated with musculoskeletal disorders. We used the OWAS, RULA, and REBA methods to quantify the risk factors, and the results show that the printing business have high risk of work-related musculoskeletal disorders.
The Relationship between Job Stress and Psychosocial Stress in Telecommunication Service Workers
Park Yong Sung ; Heo Won Jun ; Jeong Byung Yong ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 7, issue 3, 2005, Pages 73~84
This study examined the associations between job stress and psychosocial stress in telecommunication service workers. In this survey, four hundred seventy workers and six variables(general characteristics, state of health, job characteristics, personality, psychosocial characteristics, and job stress) were used to measure worker's subjective satisfaction and status of stress. The results of this study indicated that 135 workers(
) were classified into a high risk group to stress, 317 workers(
) were into a potential risk group, and only 18 workers(
) were into a healthy group. Also the results indicated that job stress outcomes related to job characteristics, personality, and psychosocial characteristics.
An Efficient Algorithm for Balancing and Sequencing of Mixed Model Assembly Lines
Kim Dong Mook ; Kim Yong Ju ; Lee keon Shang ; Lee Nam Seok ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 7, issue 3, 2005, Pages 85~96
This paper is concerned with the integrated problem of line balancing and model sequencing in mixed model assembly lines(MMALBS), which is important to efficient utilization of the lines. In the problem, we deal with the objective of minimizing the overall line length To apply the GAs to MMALBS problems, we suggest a GA representation which suitable for its problems, an efficient decoding technique for the objective, and genetic operators which produce feasible offsprings. Extensive experiments are carried out to analyze the performance of the proposed algorithm. The computational results show that our algorithm is promising in solution quality.
Development of Certification Program for Application Service Provider : Application Certification
Seo Kwang Kyu ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 7, issue 3, 2005, Pages 97~108
The issue of using information system to ensure competitive power in the market is rising. The outsourcing methods that entrust activities of information system of companies to other expert agencies are increasing as the enterprises make a lot of efforts to put their resources to their heart of business in the process of adopting information system. Recently, ASP (Application Service Provider) as new information technology outsourcing method appears due to development of network technology and spreading of peculating software. ASP defines as a software leasing service which is supplied through networks instead of purchasing application software with high price. For successful implementation of ASP, it is necessary to develop a certification program to ensure safety and reliability of ASP. This paper provides the safe and reliable certification program for ASP. In order to develop it, the critical issues related to service quality and certification of ASP are identified and then evaluation methodology for ASP certification program is proposed. This paper presents application certification as the part of ASP certification program.
A Survey on Cognition Levels of Consumers and Producers for Product Liability
Kim Jin Tae ; Jeon Young Rok ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 7, issue 3, 2005, Pages 109~120
A company is liable for its products and has the responsibility to make good on any loss or damage incurred by the user of its product. The purpose of the Product Liability Act(PLA) is to protect consumers against damage caused by defective products, and contribute to the safety of the citizen's life and the sound development of the national economy by regulating the liability of manufacturers, etc. for damages caused by the defectiveness of their products. In this study, the cognition levels of consumers and producers for PLA were surveyed. The cognition levels of four factors of acknowledgement, comprehension, necessity and impact for PLA were assessed. The results were as follows : i) Acknowledgement and comprehension levels of consumer were assessed low but they assessed necessity and impact of PLA high; ii) Producers assessed necessity and impact of PLA higher than their acknowledgement and comprehension levels; iii) Overall cognition levels of producers were higher than those of consumers.
on the Integration Strategy of TOC and Six Sigma
Bae Young Ju ;
Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science, volume 7, issue 3, 2005, Pages 121~135
The TOC and Six Sigma are the most attention-getting concepts for managing manufacturing companies. Using the ideas and methods of the TOC, companies can achieve a large reduction of work-in-process and finished good inventories, significant improvement in scheduling performance, and substantial earnings increase. The six sigma approach derives the overall process of selecting the right project based on their potential to improve performance metrics and selecting and training the right people to get the business results. These two concepts have different backgrounds and different viewpoints for production systems. so, if the two concepts integrate each other, the synergy effects to innovate production systems can be expected. The purpose of this paper suggest that integration strategy between Six Sigma and TOC for profit maximization.