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Method: The model is applied in a controlled, four-component, integrated behaviour-based and safety culture-based safety intervention study (2008-2010) in a medium-sized wood manufacturing company. The interventions involve the company’s safety committee, safety manager, safety groups and 130 workers.
Results: The model provides a framework for more valid evidence of what works within injury prevention. Affective commitment and role behaviour among key actors are identified as crucial for the implementation of occupational safety interventions.
Conclusion: The revised realistic evaluation model can help safety science forward in identifying key factors for the success of occupational safety interventions. However, future research should strengthen the link between the immediate intervention results and outcome.
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Integreret Ulykkesforebyggelse på en stor, dansk trævirksomhed samt potentialer og barrierer i denne proces
Pedersen, L. M., Nielsen, K. J., Kines, P., Andersen, L. P. S., Andersen, D. R., Rasmussen, K. & Lyngby Mikkelsen, K.
01/04/2008 → 31/01/2013