Identifying and Ranking Factors Influencing Job Stress among HSE Employees in phase 14 of south Pars: a cross sectional study in south of Iran

Hossein Ansari, Rasoul Alipour, ramazan mirzaee

Abstract


The present paper aims at identifying and ranking the factors affecting job stress of HSE employees in the phase 14 of the South Pars. The research method was descriptive survey and the main data collection instrument was questionnaire and measuring sound and chemical pollution. The statistical population include Health and Safety Education (HSE) employees of the phase 14 (150) and to determine the size of sample, census method applied. The validity of the scales approved by the experts and professors and the reliability of the scales through Cronbach Alpha showed the value greater than 0.70 meaning good reliability. The results of the one sample T test indicated that the environmental and managerial factors affect job stress of the HSE employees. Among the environmental factors, long working hours, poisonous materials risks, air pollution, heat and moisture and air pollution affect job stress the most, respectively. Among the managerial factors, job security, lack of meritocracy, not in time payment and prejudice in salary affect job stress the most, respectively.


Keywords


Stress, job stress, environmental factors, managerial factors

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