Dissertation/Thesis Abstract

Assessing the status of airline safety culture and its relationship to key employee attitudes
by Owen, Edward L., M.S., Middle Tennessee State University, 2013, 69; 1549692
Abstract (Summary)

The need to identify the factors that influence the overall safety environment and compliance with safety procedures within airline operations is substantial. This study examines the relationships between job satisfaction, the overall perception of the safety culture, and compliance with safety rules and regulations of airline employees working in flight operations. A survey questionnaire administered via the internet gathered responses which were converted to numerical values for quantitative analysis. The results were grouped to provide indications of overall average levels in each of the three categories, satisfaction, perceptions, and compliance. Correlations between data in the three sets were tested for statistical significance using two-sample t-tests assuming equal variances. Strong statistical significance was found between job satisfaction and compliance with safety rules and between perceptions of the safety environment and safety compliance. The relationship between job satisfaction and safety perceptions did not show strong statistical significance.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: Beckman, Wendy S.
Commitee: Ferrara, Ronald J.
School: Middle Tennessee State University
Department: Aerospace
School Location: United States -- Tennessee
Source: MAI 52/04M(E), Masters Abstracts International
Source Type: DISSERTATION
Subjects: Management, Aerospace engineering
Keywords: Aviation, Safety
Publication Number: 1549692
ISBN: 9781303623202
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