Critical Factors Influencing Safety Performance in Construction Projects: A Comprehensive Analysis
Keywords:Commitment, Comprehensive, Leadership, Safety Performance, Stakeholders
This comprehensive analysis delves into the multifaceted landscape of safety performance within construction projects, aiming to elucidate critical factors that significantly influence outcomes. The study places a pivotal focus on organizational culture as a linchpin, recognizing its profound impact on shaping attitudes and behaviors toward safety. Furthermore, the analysis scrutinizes the intricate relationship between regulatory compliance and safety, assessing how adherence to industry standards and guidelines directly correlates with project safety outcomes. In addition to regulatory considerations, the research probes the efficacy of training programs in enhancing safety practices: The study adopts a holistic approach, interconnecting these factors to offer a comprehensive understanding of their collective influence on safety performance. By synthesizing these elements, the analysis aspires to provide actionable insights for stakeholders in the construction industry. Five major themes were extracted through thematic analysis convergent by several codes. Ultimately, the research contributes to the ongoing dialogue on improving safety standards and practices within construction projects, addressing the dynamic interplay of factors that underpin a secure and resilient project environment.
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