The purpose of this study is to investigate the differences in the perception of safety culture among different employees' background variables through the assessment and investigation of safety culture in the individual cases, and to discuss those factors that affect the safety culture of the organization, and then propose ways to improve the safety culture of the organization.
The study was conducted on the employees of a road maintenance agency in the south, using questionnaires to measure the staff’s perception of safety culture, Then through statistics and analysis of data, put forward the results and suggestions.
Data analysis results, differences in employee background variables, there are no significant differences in gender changes, except for employees' safety behaviors, safety leadership, and safety participation, there are significant differences in other dimensions and overall safety culture. The age and safety incentive P value was 0.010; there was a significant difference between the work position and the safety capability P value of 0.034. There is no significant difference in marital status, service age, and education level in the culture of safety culture and the overall safety culture.
The results of this research put forward the safety culture promotion policy and improvement suggestions, although limited to individual organizations, however, the overall information is sufficient to show the profile of its safety culture and the need for further strengthening and improvement, and can provide useful information on the management of that reference security decision-making. Assist agencies to promote the introduction, diagnosis and development of safety culture, to improve safety performance, it also enhances the safety attitude of all employees, encourages employees' safety behavior, and enhances the safety culture of the organization.