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2019 | 3-4(128) „Nowe trendy i różnorodność w bezpieczeństwie pracy" | 11-27
Article title

Miejsce kultury bezpieczeństwa w organizacji pracy na morzu – perspektywa marynarzy

Title variants
EN
The Place of a Culture of Safety in Work Organization at Sea: The The Place of a Culture of Safety in Work Organization at Sea: Perspective of the Seaman
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Abstracts
PL
Artykuł ukierunkowany jest na osiągnięcie dwóch podstawowych celów. Pierwszym z nich jest osadzenie określenia „kultura bezpieczeństwa” w szerszym kontekście pojęciowym wyznaczonym przez studia nad współczesnymi problemami pracy. Druga część tekstu zawiera wyniki badań prezentujących problematykę bezpieczeństwa z perspektywy samych marynarzy. Analizy te naświetlają potencjał dwóch strategii kreowania bezpieczeństwa pracy na statku, bazujących na ideach No-Blame Culture i Just Culture. Artykuł jako całość ma być wkładem w dyskusję nad problematyką bezpieczeństwa pracy na morzu.
EN
The article addresses two basic issues. The first is presenting the term safety culture in the broader conceptual context as delineated by studies on contemporary work problems. The second part of the text presents the results of research into questions of safety from the point of view of the seamen themselves. These analyses highlight the potential for two strategies aimed at enhancing safety on a ship—strategies based on ideas of the No–Blame Culture and the Just Culture. The article as a whole is meant to contribute to the discussion on work safety at sea.
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Publication order reference
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EISSN
2543-4411
YADDA identifier
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