The role of prosocial and proactive safety behaviors in predicting safety performance – Safety & Performance Research Summaries

ABSTRACT Employees’ engagement in safety is assumed to be a significant contributor to safety performance within the chemical industry. The current study tested this assumption by examining the role of prosocial safety behaviors (e.g., helping others) and proactive safety behaviors (e.g., seeking change) in predicting four safety performance outcomes: micro-accidents, property damage (accidents without injury),…
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