THREE ELEMENTS OF SUCCESSFUL ENTERPRISE SAFETY CULTURE CONSTRUCTION—TAKE DUPONT AND SHIPPING COMPANIES, FOR EXAMPLE
Journal: Advanced Management Science (AMS)
Author: Jinhui Chen, Mingxian Shen
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A security culture is critical to enterprise security management. Companies can have different models of building a safety culture, but the experience of DuPont and shipping companies tells us that commitment, values and beliefs are the three elements of a successful corporate safety culture. Through the analysis of management, cultural anthropology, behavioral psychology and philosophy, we can see that commitment is the foundation of enterprise safety culture construction, values are the core, and beliefs are the highest realm. And these three are closely related. Therefore, the benign improvement of these three elements can effectively reduce human factors and improve the safety of life and property and protect the environment.