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besharati J, Alimohammadi I, omidvari M. Evaluation and comparison of human resources policy tightening trend in industrial accidents in the period of five years in two industries in battery making based (2010-2014). rsj. 2017; 2 (4) :25-34
URL: http://rsj.iums.ac.ir/article-1-58-en.html
associate Prof. Iran university of medical Scienec
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Introduction: Today's macro-organizational policies and decisions are significantly associated with the safety management system, therefore, any organizational intervention may lead to a change in the trend of factors affecting accident indicator. In current research, Spastic policy on the human resources on trend of accident indicator in two industries in the field of battery making in a five year period has been scrutinized.

Methods: In this study, The five-year study to compare the two events Index Industry Standard battery, according to OSHA 1904, statistical information required from 1389 to 1393 were collected , then, the indicators in industries were determined. In the next step, through an interview with experts in two industries, the impact of organizational policy making was examined and by using SPSS 20 software Indices of industrial accidents in terms of division and significant correlation in the years using chi-square test and comparison test was evaluated and its association with reduced manpower was analyzed.

Results: Analysis of information indicated that the rate of accident indicator in both industries in 1392 was the least and in 1393 was the most, and ratio of number of accidents to number of employees in two industries since 1389 to 1392 was significant and P value was respectively 1389 (P value =0.002), 1390(P value =0.000), 1391(P value=0.004) and 1392(P value =0.011). Factors such as spastic policies regarding human resources, allocation of specific budgets to HSE and contraction outsourcing of production processes are among the policy making strategies that lead to change in trend of accident indicators.

Conclusion: Results of this study showed that reduction or increase in accident indicators are considerably related to human resources policy Spastic making.

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2017/01/1 | Accepted: 2017/01/16 | Published: 2017/02/11

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