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Can we break organizational beliefs in the construction sector? Investigating possible paths to Safety Performance Measurements research

Abstract : The construction industry is claimed to be the most lethal economic sector. Despite efforts to include safety as a relevant indicator, managers are still trying to figure out which organizational buttons they need to push to unleash safety performance. To investigate this problem, we draw from performance measurement lens to develop a systematic literature review aided by VOSviewer to localize safety performance measurement papers within organizational levels. We have found that safety studies are localized in the individual and micro-organizational levels, lacking a connection with macro-organizational level, and firm's organizational performance. We then underpin further investigation on this subject to allow better integration of safety into company's management system and adjacent performance measurements. By doing so we aim to push future studies on this field to conceive safety as a source of organizational performance.
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Guilherme Alcantara Pinto, Joseph Mansour Salamé, Isabelle Nicolaï. Can we break organizational beliefs in the construction sector? Investigating possible paths to Safety Performance Measurements research. XXIV Seminars in Business Administration - SemeAd, 2021, Nov 2021, São Paulo, Brazil. ⟨hal-03524989⟩

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