THE RELATIONSHIP MODEL AMONG OSH CLIMATE TO PREVENT NEEDLE STICK INJURY FOR NURSE

Ketut Ima Ismara, Adi Heru Husodo, Yayi Suryo Prabandari, Widodo Hariyono

Abstract


Purpose: Finding out the relationship model among the climate of Occupational Safety & Health (OSH), behavior intention on OSH performance to prevent the needlestick injury (NSI) based on (TPB) Theory Planed Behaviour. Method: using a mixed method approach of qualitative and quantitative. Data from the questionnaires of SEM, observation, documentation and interviews were analyzed qualitatively. The population was all nurses at Hospiltal of dr.Sardjito in Yogyakarta, the sample consisted of 289 respondents of  purposive random with the accuracy level of 5%. Result: OSH climate consisting of attitude, norm and Perceived Behavior Control (PBC) effect on intention (safety intention). Indirect OSH climate influence on safety performance, but it must through intention. Intention directly affects safety performance in the form of behavior to implement NSI prevention procedure (NSI). Conclusion: attitudes to risk, attitudes to leader’s commitment as role models, and group norms, as well as beliefs in the ability to perform safety & health procedures determine the safety climate that will lead to an intention to safety & health behavior as OSH performance. The procedures preparation and implementation of NSI prevention should consider the model of this research result in order to work safely and healthy.


Keywords


NSI; Occupational Safety & Health; Nurse



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21109/kesmas.v13i3.1989

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