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Jason Starke, Management Consultant, United States
🔥NEW There has been a lot of research on Oganizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB), which can be defined as employee extra-role behaviors performed for the betterment of the organization. Closely related to OCB is the notion of Safety Citizenship Behavior which focuses on improving safety in high-risk organizations. What is Safety Citizenship Behavior? Safety citizenship behavior (SCB) is employee extra-role behavior, such as participating in safety management activities, to improve safety in the organization. Aspects of Safety Citizenship Behavior
  • AFFILIATIVE OR ORGANIZATIONAL. In other words, SCB can be directed towards protecting individuals or for improving safety across the whole organization.
  • MULTI-DIMENSIONAL CONSTRUCT. Dimensions of this construct include safety stewardship, affective commitment, safety choice, and psychological ownership. It is these dimensions taken together that are thought to describe what SCB is.
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