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Study on Experience and Practice of Safety Education (안전교육 경험과 안전교육 실천에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, In-Jung
    • Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science
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    • v.16 no.2
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    • pp.101-109
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    • 2014
  • This study is about safety education experience and practice of parents who are raising preschool children and the study results are as the following. For safety education experience state, parents had experience of safety education and mostly received it through communities, TV, Internet, etc. The most common educational content was the traffic safety education. For safety education practice degree according to number of children, safety education practice was mostly done well with 1~2 children. For safety education practice degree according to family type, safety education practice degree within the family was done most in nuclear families while healthy life habit safety education practice degree was done most in nuclear families and reconstituted families. Also, for traffic safety education practice degree, it was done well in nuclear families. For respiratory disease safety education practice degree, nuclear families and reconstituted families were the highest and for first aid safety education practice degree, single-parent families were the highest. For safety knowledge level of parents, safety knowledge of family was the highest, followed by safety knowledge of respiratory disease, and traffic. For safety education practice degree and safety knowledge according to safety education experience of parents, there was a significant difference in practice degree according to safety education experience of parents and there was also difference in practice knowledge according to experience. There was also education effect in healthy life habit safety knowledge and traffic safety knowledge.

The Effects of a School Safety Education Program Based on the PRECEDE-PROCEED Model in Upper Grade Elementary Students (PRECEDE-PROCEED 모형 적용을 통한 초등학교 고학년 학교 안전교육 프로그램 중재 효과)

  • Kim, Chung-Nam;Lee, En-Young
    • Journal of Korean Academy of Community Health Nursing
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    • v.21 no.4
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    • pp.419-428
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    • 2010
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to measure the effects of a school safety education program based on the PRECEDE-PROCEED model for upper grade elementary students. Methods: One hundred ten 6th-grade students sampled from an elementary school in D City were divided into the education group (n=55) and the non-education group (n=55). School safety education was provided to the education group for 8 weeks and a questionnaire survey about safety knowledge, safety practice and the frequency of safety negligence was carried out before and after the education from March 2 to July 13, 2010. Results: After the application of the safety education program, the education group got a higher safety knowledge score than the non-education group (p<.001). Both the education and non-education groups showed a significantly increased safety practice score (p<.01). In the comparison of safety negligence, the education group showed lower frequency (p<.01). In addition, according to the results of ANCOVA and t-test, the school safety education program influenced safety knowledge significantly (p<.001). Conclusion: This result shows that a school safety education program based on PRECEDE- PROCEED can improve safety knowledge. Further studies will be required to develop continuous and systematic safety education programs.

Analysis of perception and parent education demand through parent experience of fire (화재에 대한 부모경험을 통한 인식도와 부모교육 요구도 분석)

  • Kim, In-Jung
    • Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science
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    • v.15 no.2
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    • pp.85-93
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    • 2013
  • This study is based on parents that have preschool children of age 4~5, and analyzes the perception and parent education demand through parent experience of fire. As a result of the study about perception through parent experience about safety life, safety accidents, safety education of fire, the effect of parents' safety consciousness to fire safety life turned out to be moderate for fathers and large for mothers. The safety education method was mostly done in speaking than experience for fathers, while mothers did education through experience in daily life. Also the difficulties in safety education was lack of educating time for fathers while it was lack of knowledge and methods for mothers. Perception through parent experience of fire safety accidents showed that fathers did not have experience of fire safety accidents while mothers did. The locations perceived by parents where fires mostly occurred showed to be within home for both parents, and both administered first aid in managing fires. Perception through parent experience of fire safety education showed the importance of fire safety education to be important in both parents, and both parents had no experience in fire safety education. Also the fire safety education knowledge acquisition method was TV or the Internet for fathers, while it was participating in seminars or lectures for mothers. Fathers were moderately satisfied of the fire safety education instruction of childhood education centers, while mothers were slightly dissatisfied. For the demand of parent education about fire safety education, fathers were moderate while mothers thought it necessary of parent education necessity. The reason why parent education was needed was to be able to know immediate and prompt measures and first aid treatment in emergency situations for fathers, while it was to figure out the cause of fire safety accidents and prevent it beforehand for mothers. For the education institution of fire safety education, fathers demanded it for safety related institutions while mothers demanded it for children education institutions, and the number of times for parent education was once or twice a year for fathers while it was once a month for mothers. For the parent education instructor of fire safety education, fathers demanded safety education experts while mothers demanded infant teachers that completed the safety education course. For the fire safety education method of parent education, fathers demanded Internet searching while mothers demanded seminars or lectures.

The Degree of Safety Education Requirement for Younger Children in Child Daycare Center Teachers (보육시설 아동에 대한 교사의 안전교육 요구도)

  • Kim, Shin-Jeong;Kim, Yae-Young;Kim, Sung-Hee;Park, Hyun-Jung;Kang, Kyung-Ah
    • The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education
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    • v.19 no.2
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    • pp.137-150
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    • 2013
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the degree of safety education requirement in child daycare center teachers. Method: The data using questionnaire were collected from eight child daycare centers located in Seoul, Gyounggi-Do, and Kwangwon-Do. Final participants were 133 child daycare center teachers. Results: The degree of safety education requirement were as follows: education need of safety knowledge ($4.26{\pm}.50$), safety education need of daycare center ($3.29{\pm}.60$), recognition about safety education training ($3.94{\pm}.58$), and confidence of safety care practice ($2.75{\pm}.43$). There is significant correlation between education need of safety knowledge and safety education need of daycare center (r=.495, p<.001), education need of safety knowledge and recognition about safety education training (r=.555, p<.001), education need of safety knowledge and confidence of safety care practice (r=.201, p=.020), safety education need of daycare center and recognition about safety education training (r=.464, p<.001), and recognition about safety education training and confidence of safety care practice (r=.187, p=.032). Conclusion: On this study, child daycare center teachers' safety education requirement was relatively high. It is recommended that safety education for them should be done for children's healthy life.

A Study of the Actual Condition of Safety Education in Early-childhood Educational Institutions and Teacher's Safety Recognition (유아교사의 안전인식과 유아교육기관의 안전교육 실태)

  • Yee Young-Hwan;Lim Ok-Hee;Won Eun-Sil
    • Korean Journal of Human Ecology
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    • v.7 no.3
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    • pp.59-71
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    • 2004
  • The purpose of this study is to emboss the importance of safety education by recognizing the instructor's thoughts on safety and the prevention of safety accidents of early-childhood through the examination, analysis of the education site of safety at early-childhood education facilities. The subject of this were 120 early-childhood teachers in the Jeonbuk areas. The data were collected using questionaries and analyzed by the statistical methods of frequencies. ANOVA with SPSS pc program. The research questions were as follows; 1. What is the understanding of early-childhood teachers on safety recognition? 2. Is there a difference in the understanding of the teacher on safety and the management of the education curriculum on safety education that is being taught at early-childhood education facilities? The main results and solutions of this study were as follows: 1. In order for early-childhood teachers to teach safety education in early-childhood education facilities, they must join a safety mutual aid association or join an insurance policy to furnish an appropriate compensation system. Also, safety education must be systematically taught at a $social{\cdot}national$ level so that teachers and young children can have an understanding on safety under the support and concern of early-childhood education facilities and administration authorities. 2. Results on the comparison of the understanding of safety education and management of actual education of teachers on the actual conditions of the education curriculum of safety education show that although teachers are aware of most items of safety education but the actual education was not being taught. This means that although the teachers are aware of the importance of safety education, the actual education is not being taught.

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Development of a Comprehensive Safety Education Model for Elementary Schools in Korea (초등학교 교육의 통한 체계적 안전교육 접근모형 개발)

  • 김은주;박남수
    • Korean Journal of Health Education and Promotion
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    • v.20 no.3
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    • pp.39-59
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    • 2003
  • The aim of this study was to describe the status and needs of safety education in elementary schools and to develop a model of the comprehensive school safety education in Korea. A literary review was used to assess the status of safety education materials in Korea, the safety education program, and the laws and policies about safety education. A self-administered questionnaire survey was conducted in Seoul, Kyonggi Province, Kwangwon Province, and Jeonbuk Province to assess the status and needs of school safety education. Survey data was obtained in June 2002 from 83 teachers and 21 focus group consisting of experts. The primary goal of safety education is to help students to acquire knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs on safety. Comprehensive safety education has these primary goals: To provide an opportunity for students to develop their values, attitudes and beliefs about safety. This study will help assess the feasibility of applying safety education guidelines in elementary schools in Korea, including theoretical aspects of the field and practical aspects of safety education in relation to guidelines containing the diverse types of safety activities in Korea. In particular, it will suggest appropriate alternatives to current methods, protecting elementary school students in Korea, and how those can be created in the cultural context of Korea.

The relationship between safety education/management and safety appliance in small and medium size enterprises (중소규모 사업장의 안전교육 및 관리활동과 작업자의 안전순응의 관계에 대한 연구)

  • Ahn, Kwan-Young
    • Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science
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    • v.10 no.1
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    • pp.33-40
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    • 2008
  • This paper reviewed the relationship among safety education/managerial factors, safety motivation and safety appliance, and the moderating effect of safety motivation. Based on the responses from 225 employees in small & medium manufacturing and construction industry, hierarchical regressional analysis showed that all education/managerial factors have positive relationships with safety motivation. Also, safety motivation has mediating effect between education/managerial factors(safety education, communication, system, precautionary activity) and safety appliance.

A Study on Development of the Contents System for Safety Education in Elementary School (초등학교 안전교육 내용 체계 개발 연구)

  • Lee, Kyoo-Eun;Jung, Hye-Sun
    • Journal of the Korean Society of School Health
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    • v.25 no.2
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    • pp.175-191
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    • 2012
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study is to develop the system for safety education needed to develop the textbooks and teachers' teaching-manual for the safety education in elementary schools. Methods: For this study, literature study and survey for the method were combined. the data were analyzed the basic theory on safety and its related contents, utilized the current elementary textbooks for the analysis of safety education and again analyzed the laws and regulations associated with school safety. Furthermore, through the survey, the status of safety education at elementary schools and the requirements for safety education were examined. Results: On the basis of the reality and theory analyzed for safety education, The authors have set up a goal of safety education. The goal is composed of a summative goal and subordinate goals, and the authors categorized safety education areas into 6. Also It is organized the safety education contents based on 17 hours per year by grade into 25 content-goals and 76 activity-factors. The authors, systematizing those activity factors of safety education, suggested a formation by grade. Conclusion: The result of the study is that it is necessary to carry out the safety education at schools on the ground of the contents system related to the safety education. It is expected that this systematic operation of safety education will be a measure which is more efficient and more effective than the current ones and there will be a positive change in the knowledge of, attitude to and behavior for the safety in elementary schools.

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Study on the Development of a Safety Education System for Technical High Schools (공업고등학교 안전교육 내용 체계 개발 연구)

  • Lee, Kyoo-Eun;Jung, Hye-Sun
    • Journal of the Korean Society of School Health
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    • v.26 no.3
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    • pp.169-183
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    • 2013
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to develop a safety education system and its contents for technical high schools including textbooks and instruction manuals for teachers. Methods: Reference materials and surveys were both employed in the study. Basic theory and relevant contents were estimated. The contents of safety education included in the current curriculum in technical high schools were evaluated and the laws and regulations related to safety education in such schools were analyzed by researching references. In addition, the status of safety education in technical high schools and the demand for safety education were reviewed. Results: The goal of safety education has been established based on the status and theory of the estimated safety education, The goal was classified into an overall goal and sub-goals, setting five areas of safety education. Furthermore, the contents of safety education, total 17 hours per year for each grade, were organized into 20 content goals and 47 activity elements. These activity factors of safety education has been systemized by grade. Conclusion: All technical high-schools need to carry out safety education based on the contents related to safety education. The operation of this systematic safety education will be more efficient and effective than the current system and the knowledge, attitude, and behavior regarding safety at technical high schools are expected to undergo positive changes. Moreover, the result from this study will contribute to the establishment of various policies for safety education in technical high schools.

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Management Factors Associated with Health and Safety Education in Korean Manufacturing Companies (산업장 안전보건교육 관리요인)

  • Lee Myung-Sun;Lee Gwan-Hyung;Park Kyoung-Ok
    • Korean Journal of Health Education and Promotion
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    • v.23 no.2
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    • pp.121-140
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    • 2006
  • Objectives: Safety is a primary health promotion issue in worksite because injury induces multi-fold loss of the human and economic resources to profit organization. The purposes of this study were to describe worksite health and safety education and management status in Korean manufacturing companies. Methods: The original population size of Korean manufacturing industry in 2004 was 74,398 and 2,960 factories were selected by the multiple stratified sampling method for this study. The health and safety manager or representatives of the selected 2,960 companies successfully finished in the face-to-face interview survey about company's general characteristics, health and safety management style, health and safety education hours conducted by the Korean Occupational Safety and Health Agency. Results: The manufacturing companies in Seoul and Kyunggi areas, small size, and clothes and press industries were related to low health and safety management and education status. The companies which assigned at least one safety manager were 70.5% and which had a health and safety room within the company were only 9.3%. The companies which took the health and safety education for their regular blue-collar employees more than the legal education hours were under 56.1% and the percentage of the companies which took their health and safety education for newcomers less than the legal limits was lower than any other types of health and safety education in workplace. The significant strong workplace health and safety management variables in predicting employee health and safety education were psycho-social variables such as the company own health and safety regulation and the workplace health and safety management committee organization. rather than physical variables such as health manager employment, safety manager employment. Conclusions: Systematic and legal approaches are effective to encourage workplace health and safety education, specifically, through sustaining health and safety managers and building the company-wide health and safety management system. Furthermore, theses approaches should primarily focus on the small companies of which sizes were under 50.