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Safety innovation resources in safety management: An empirical study in high-risk industries

Guan Wang, Xiaohu Zhou

Abstract: We developed and tested a model linking safety innovation resources with safety innovation behavior and safety performance. Participants were 381 employees of blasting, chemical, mining, and other high-risk industries in China. Results show that safety innovation resources were positively associated with safety innovation behavior and safety performance, and that safety innovation behavior played a partial mediating role in this relationship. In addition, leader–member exchange moderated the relationship between safety innovation resources and safety innovation behavior. Our results provide a new theoretical perspective and empirical evidence for safety innovation behavior, and they are a valuable guide for leaders on how to promote safety innovation behavior.
Keywords: behavior / resources in safety / safety innovation resources and safety / model / leader

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