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Keywords: Fator humano;  Auditoria comportamental;  Cultura de segurança;  Percepção de risco;  Human factor;  Behavioral audit;  Safety culture;  Risk perception
Issue Date: 12-Jun-2010
Abstract: This dissertation presents a study related to the reduction of industrial accidents, through the identification and treatment of unsafe acts and unsafe conditions in a petrochemical company. Through a case study, this work shows the importance of acting in the personal factor, with a view to the management of the performance of SHE becomes is effective. How, for example of this scenario, we can mention the ability to identify, analyze and minimize exposure to risks in order to ensure the productivity without prejudice to the health and physical integrity of persons. To achieve these SHE standards, it s required some important components as the behavior and attitude of employees at all levels and areas of expertise, and the closeness of the technical and operational knowledge and the human concepts, involving them in the daily lives of the organizations. The causes of work accidents in general are caused by human error; it shows that about 95% due to unsafe acts (OR-OSHA, 2006). Therefore, this work includes the analysis of some deviations from the field s activities, from a unit of a large petrochemical company. Also throughout this study, it is possible to show that the identification and treatment of unsafe acts and unsafe conditions are of paramount importance to the management on SHE, in addition to work on preventive of anomalies, operates in preserving worker s lives, which is the main goal.
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