Worker Personality as a Predictor in Compliance Model on Work Safety Regulations
Nugroho, Heru Santoso Wahito
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The high incidence of workplace accidents in industry at both the global and national levels is closely associated with the worker behavioral factors, particularly those related to the worker personality factor. This study aims to analyze worker personality factor that affects worker compliance with work safety regulations in the industrial sector. This research employed a quantitative approach using analytical observation with cross sectional study. The data was gained through standardized questionnaires. The population involved all workers of PT. X from which 210 workers of manufacturing division were chosen as research sample by using purposive sampling technique. For descriptive statistical test, SPSS program was used to analyze the data, while for the statistic test, SEM test was chosen by using AMOS program. The results showed that worker conscientiousness traits through organizational commitment and occupational safety culture were the predictors of worker compliance with work safety regulations, that worker agreeableness traits through occupational safety participation were the predictors of worker compliance with safety regulations, and that worker neuroticism traits through occupational safety participation were the predictors of worker compliance with work safety regulations.
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