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Sahraee M, halvani G. Determine the impact of the implementation of the program checklists resulting from official inspections in identifying hazards in an automotive industry. tkj. 2019; 11 (3) :26-33
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Abstract:   (198 Views)
Introduction: today, the main concern of the responsible organizations in the field of safety is identifying and eliminating the dangers that threaten people`s lives and it can cause damage. Perhaps it can be said with caution that today there are so many incidents in the industrialized countries. A common approach to safety analysis and accident prevention is to inspect. The purpose of this study is to determinr the impact of the implementation of the schedule of checklist resulting from official inspections in identifying hazards in an automative industry.
Materials and ways: the library and scrolling method was used to collect data. In the theoretical sections, a questionnaire was developed using a library method and a scrolling method was used to collect data. In this research, descriptive and inferential statistics were used to analyze the information. The samples were reviewed along with numerous charts. And the data were entered into the stata software for analysis.
Findings: in this study, 716 items are marked with a check list, 459 (0.64%) risk befor and 579 (0.81%) the risk was detected after a checklist. There was a significant difference between the two ratios. In other words, the implementation of the checklist is effective in identifying the dangers.
Discussion and conclusion
Regarding the fact that in the case study company, the checklist did not play a major role in hazard identification and was not included in the checklist. It`s better to take advantage of checklist. Based on the results of these studes, it can be concluded that checklist inspections can have a significant impact on the identification of hazards
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Safety and occupational accidents
Received: 2017/12/26 | Accepted: 2020/04/4 | Published: 2020/04/4

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