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    Safety Culture Assessment in Nigeria Oil and Gas Sector

    Moda, Haruna ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3760-8357 and Ehiaguina, Efua (2021) Safety Culture Assessment in Nigeria Oil and Gas Sector. [Dataset] (Unpublished)

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    Abstract

    Nigeria oil and gas industry present high level of safety and health concern compared to similar industry in developed countries. Poor safety culture is one of the major factors that influence employee’s safety behaviour at work, which may consequently result in injuries and accidents and by strengthening the workplace safety culture it can help improve workers safety performance. The present study evaluates the safety behaviour and its impact on safety performance among Nigeria oil and gas workers. Opinion of 503 frontline employees in fifteen different oil and gas industries located in the country’s Niger Delta region was collected using questionnaire survey.

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