Safety Citizenship Behavior

   

Definition: Safety Citizenship Behavior is employee extra-role behavior, such as participating in safety management activities, to improve safety in the organization.
The notion of SCBs is important for high-risk, and highly-reliable organizations. Generally, these organizations have something called a Safety Management System (SMS) which is used to identify and control risk in operations.
A large part of identifying risk in the organization is employee hazard reporting.
Some research indicates that SCB developments are positively related to leadership approaches.


   

   

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