Safety Citizenship Behavior: A Complimentary Paradigm to Improving Safety Culture Within the Organizational Driving Setting

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Wishart, Darren
Rowland, Bevan
Somoray, Klaire
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Ward, Nicholas John

Watson, Barry

Fleming-Vogl, Katie

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2019
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Research on concepts associated with risk management and theoretical frameworks associated with safety culture and safety citizenship behavior are reviewed, along with their practical application within the work driving safety setting. A model incorporating safety citizenship behavior as a complementary paradigm to safety culture is proposed. It is suggested that this model provides a theoretical framework to inform future research directions aimed at improving safety within the work driving setting.

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Traffic Safety Culture Definition, Foundation, and Application

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© 2019 Emerald. This is the author-manuscript version of this paper. It is reproduced here in accordance with the copyright policy of the publisher. Please refer to the publisher’s website for further information.

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Health services and systems

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Wishart, D; Rowland, B; Somoray, K, Safety Citizenship Behavior: A Complimentary Paradigm to Improving Safety Culture Within the Organizational Driving Setting, Traffic Safety Culture Definition, Foundation, and Application, 2019, 8, pp. 145-171

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