The purpose of this paper is to explore the enactment of safety routines in a transshipment port. Research on work safety and reliability has largely neglected the role of the workers’ knowledge in practice in the enactment of organisational safety.Theworkers’ lack of compliance with safety regulations represents an enduring problem that often involves first-level managers, who are willing to turn a blind eye toward divergent practices. The CHAT conceptual vocabulary and theoretical model is used to explore this issue

Ripamonti, S. C., Scaratti, G., Safety learning, organizational contradictions and the dynamics of safety practice, <<JOURNAL OF WORKPLACE LEARNING>>, 2015; 27 (7): 530-560. [doi:10.1108/JWL-01-2014-0007] [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/86866]

Safety learning, organizational contradictions and the dynamics of safety practice

Ripamonti, Silvio Carlo
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Scaratti, Giuseppe
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2015

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The purpose of this paper is to explore the enactment of safety routines in a transshipment port. Research on work safety and reliability has largely neglected the role of the workers’ knowledge in practice in the enactment of organisational safety.Theworkers’ lack of compliance with safety regulations represents an enduring problem that often involves first-level managers, who are willing to turn a blind eye toward divergent practices. The CHAT conceptual vocabulary and theoretical model is used to explore this issue
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Ripamonti, S. C., Scaratti, G., Safety learning, organizational contradictions and the dynamics of safety practice, <>, 2015; 27 (7): 530-560. [doi:10.1108/JWL-01-2014-0007] [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/86866]
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