The Occupational Health and Safety Performance, of a Multinational Industrial Compagny Located in Casablanca, Kingdom of Morocco
Mohammed Hadini1, Mustapha Laafar2, Mohamed Ben Ali3, Said Rifai4, Otmane Bouksour5
1Mr. Mohammed Hadini, Research Scholar, LMPGI Research Laboratory, ENSEM School of Engineering, Hassan II University, Casablanca (Kingdom of Morocco).
2Mr. Mustapha Laafar , Research Scholar, LMPGI Research Laboratory, ENSEM School of Engineering, Hassan II University, Casablanca (Kingdom of Morocco).
3Dr. Mohamed Ben Ali , Researcher Associated, Laboratory Mechanics, Productivity and Industrial Engineering of High School of Technology, University Hassan II of Casablanca.
4Dr. Said Rifai, Professor and Head, Department of Mechanical Engineering, ESTC High School, University Hassan II of Casablanca (Morocco).
5Otmane Bouksour, Professor and Head, Department of Mechanical Engineering, ESTC High School, University Hassan II of Casablanca (Morocco).
Manuscript received on January 05, 2020. | Revised Manuscript received on January 25, 2020. | Manuscript published on January 30, 2020. | PP: 4790-4796 | Volume-8 Issue-5, January 2020. | Retrieval Number: E6847018520/2020©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijrte.E6847.018520
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Abstract: The purpose of the research is to present a statistical approach using latent and manifest variables applied to measure the occupational health and safety performance of a worldwide enterprise (energy sector) located in Casablanca, Kingdom of Morocco. The principal idea is to measure the impact of occupational health and safety practices OHS (which are divided into seven segments: Leadership and worker participation, Planning, Support, Operation, Improvement, Performance evaluation and Organizational context) on the OHS performance (which is divided into two perspectives: (Workers Results perspectives and Finance Results perspectives), enabling the company to characterize her performance regarding to the ISO 45001 standard’s. To do this, we use the SEM’s resolution based on the Partial Least squares (PLS) method via the XL-STAT software on a sample of 139 questionnaires administered face-to-face with managers, technicians, engineers and directors of this company. The obtained results could be examined in order to analyze the occupational health and safety management system performance, in order to reveal the challenges faced by company to maintain the ISO 45001 and to make suggestion to improve operational health and safety process, plan the improvements and develop an action plan.
Keywords: Occupational Health and Safety, Partial Least Squares, Modeling approach, ISO45001, Performance.
Scope of the Article: Healthcare Informatics.