Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Practices and OSHA Performance in Malaysian Automotive Industry

Auni Fatin Nadia Chiek Desa, Nurul Fadly Habidin, Siti Norhafizan Hibadullah, Nursyazwani Mohd Fuzi, Farah Izzaida Mohd Zamri


This paper addresses the issues of occupational safety and health administration practices (OSHAP) and the occupational safety and health administration performances (OSHAPM) that influence by the practices in Malaysian Automotive Industry. This paper also proposed structural relationship OSHAP and OSHAPM model. The implementation of OSHAP is widely believed that it can increase the OSHAPM in automotive industry. This paper discusses the OSHAP which are safety culture, employee involvement, employee attitude, leadership style, safety and health training and effective communication that may have an impact on OSHAPM which are safety and financial performances in the automotive industry. This study theoretically reviewed prior literatures on same problems in our Malaysian industry. Based on previous study, there are positive relationships between OSHA practices and OSHA performances major on safety and financial performances. The target was to reduce some problems in research.

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