The Effect of Safety-Specific Transformational Leadership and Safety-Specific Passive Leadership on Safety Behaviors Mediated by Safety Climate
Zainal Arief, Anis Eliyana, Rachmawati Dewi Anggraini, Putri Atika Sari
One of the main causes of work accidents is due to a lack of understanding of the importance of occupational safety and health in industry and society. It is known that the rate of work accidents in the industrialized countries of Indonesia is still in the high category. In this regard, creating a safe and healthy work environment is very important. Because occupational health and safety has the aim of maintaining health and safety in the company's work environment. This study aims to determine the effect of Safety-specific Transformational Leadership and Safety-specific Passive Leadership on Safety Behavior by using the Safety Climate mediation variable at PT. Petrokimia Kayaku Gresik. Objects in this study were employees of the Factory I PT. Petrokimia Kayaku Gresik. The sample used in this study were 40 respondents using the sampling method based on a certain area, namely making one unit as the research sample. Researchers get respondents' answers by distributing questionnaires to employees who are in the Factory Granule Unit I. In addition, this study uses a quantitative approach with Partial Least Square (PLS) analysis tools with the SmartPls 3.0 application.