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Worker’s safety behavior is an important issue considering the human factor is one of the main causes of occupational accidents. Workplace accidents can be reduce by increasing safety behavior of worker’s, using a safety inspection program which conducted regularly, monitored, scheduled, and performed with the right methods to increase knowledge and improve worker’s behavior. The aim of this study was to identify and to analyze the relationship between workplace safety inspections and the worker’s safety behavior. This was analytical survey with cross-sectional design based on time used on research. Sixty two samples was taken by proportional random sampling technique. The data obtained were analyzed using the Spearman Rank test statistic with significance rate of 5%. The results showed that there was a significant relationship between the inspection’s planning with the safety behavior in p value = 0.004. Spearman correlation test also showed that there was a significant relationship between the inspection’s implementation with the safety behavior in p value = 0.008. However, there is no significant relationship between the reporting of inspections with safety behavior in p value = 0.526. Based on these results, there is necessity for a safety inspector to plan the proper safety inspection so that unindentified danger can be found and controlled. In addition, a good inspection reports also important in order to facilitate the implementation of subsequent inspections and to correct the behavior of workers.
- UT-Faculty of Public Health