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|Título:||Risk Acceptance in the Furniture Sector: Analysis of Acceptance Level and Relevant Influence Factors|
|Autor:||Rodrigues, Matilde A.|
Arezes, P. M.
Leão, C. P.
|Editora:||Taylor & Francis|
|Resumo:||Risk acceptance has been broadly discussed in relation to hazardous risk activities and/or technologies. A better understanding of risk acceptance in occupational settings is also important; however, studies on this topic are scarce. It seems important to understand the level of risk that stakeholders consider sufficiently low, how stakeholders form their opinion about risk, and why they adopt a certain attitude toward risk. Accordingly, the aim of this study is to examine risk acceptance in regard to occupational accidents in furniture industries. The safety climate analysis was conducted through the application of the Safety Climate in Wood Industries questionnaire. Judgments about risk acceptance, trust, risk perception, benefit perception, emotions, and moral values were measured. Several models were tested to explain occupational risk acceptance. The results showed that the level of risk acceptance decreased as the risk level increased. High-risk and death scenarios were assessed as unacceptable. Risk perception, emotions, and trust had an important influence on risk acceptance. Safety climate was correlated with risk acceptance and other variables that influence risk acceptance. These results are important for the risk assessment process in terms of defining risk acceptance criteria and strategies to reduce risks.|
|Versão do Editor:||http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/10807039.2014.957949|
|Aparece nas colecções:||ESS - CISA - Artigos|
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