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Job Competency Analysis for Construction Site Safety Manager - Focused on the P Engineering & Construction Company -

  • Crisisonomy
  • Abbr : KRCEM
  • 2015, 11(5), pp.233-254
  • Publisher : Crisis and Emergency Management: Theory and Praxis
  • Research Area : Social Science > Public Policy > Public Policy in general

박경환 1 Song, Hae Deok 2

1포스코건설
2중앙대학교

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ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study is diagnosing the demanded job competency of construction site safety manager (CSSM) to secure the construction site safety, and drawing up a plan for improving the proved competency. The purpose of this study was achieved through the following methods: At first, the Job competency group of CSSM was derived through a literature review and expert analysis. Secondly, the targeting 132 people in P engineering & construction safety officer conducted a survey on job competencies developed. Thirdly, this study shows that the priority comes from the analysis methods using t-test, Borich needs analysis formula, and The Locus for Focus model. Analysis results were as follows: At first, in the demand for the job competency of CSSM, there is meaningful difference between the current level and significant level, and the priority was to ‘'the construction characterization’ and ‘'the relevant laws and regulations understanding’. Secondly, the results in the need analysis of job competency according to the job titles have a difference by grade, and, statistically, ‘the relevant laws and regulations understanding’, ‘the construction characterization’, and ‘the establishment of safety management objectives and plans’ was found to be a high priority in common. Based on these results, the support measures to improve the job titles by relevance job competency of construction safety management, and further the National Competency Standards-related curriculum and qualifications development have been proposed.

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