Analysis of the Influence of Moral Leadership, Safety Climate, Self-efficacy, Safety Knowledge and Safety Motivation toward Employee Safety Compliance

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Surasidh Boonchunone
Mariam Nami
Chetsada Atipongvanich
Boontharika Pancharoen
Opal Suwunnamek

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This study aimed to analyze the influence of moral leadership, safety climate, self-efficacy, safety knowledge, and safety motivation toward employee safety compliance. Empirical research was employed. The study population was composed of Hardware Production Company employees, 450 respondent samples were collected. Descriptive statistics and Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) were applied. The results showed that (1) moral leadership had an influence on safety motivation significantly, (2) safety climate, and self-efficacy had an influence on safety knowledge and safety motivation significantly, and (3) safety climate, safety knowledge, and safety motivation had  an influence on safety compliance significantly. The results of this study can be useful references for firms, staffs, and related organizations.

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