“Så länge det inte händer någonting kan man väl fortsätta att ta lite onödiga risker” : En kvalitativ studie om hur säkerhetskultur kan främjas inom organisationer
Sammanfattning: The construction industry has in the current situation twice as many accidents and work-related health issues than other industries. A good safety culture within organizations is what can cover the parts that cannot be caught up by routines and policies, in other words the human behavior. The overall purpose of this study was therefore to investigate how a good safety culture can be promoted within organizations. The research questions comprise safety, routines, goals and expectations experienced by the work group, and how openness around safety can be promoted within organizations. Through qualitative semi-structured interviews, the work group has been able to share their own subjective experiences. The data has been thematically analyzed. The results show that a good safety culture can be promoted by knowledge about the factors that affect the individual’s safety, communication and clarity from the management, to integrate conversations about safety into the day-to-day operations as well as a good understanding of why reporting and documentation are important. The challenges that the work-group faces are primarily to create understanding, involvement and participation, grading risks and integrating systematic work environment work into daily operations.
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