Contribution of Risk Perception for the Analysis of Non-Compliance to Work Procedures


One of the problems encountered in work security is non-compliance to work procedures by operators. The consequences of such human behavior are harmful to both the operators and the organization. These consequences are the result of a situational behavior of operators. This article focuses on the perception of work situations in a sample of Algerian workers in oil companies knowing that this perception determines, in large part, the decisions taken by the operators in terms of non-compliance with work procedures.

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Mouda, M. , Djebabra, M. and Chati, M. (2014) Contribution of Risk Perception for the Analysis of Non-Compliance to Work Procedures. Health, 6, 2705-2711. doi: 10.4236/health.2014.619309.

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