Designing the Conditions for the Proactive Attitude of Employees to Increase Organizational Resilience

Malgorzata Slawinska, Sebastian Kubasinski
European Research Studies Journal, Volume XXIV, Special Issue 5, 697-708, 2021
DOI: 10.35808/ersj/2760


Purpose: The aim of the article is to present the achievements in the field of improving occupational safety based on a formalized record of an in-depth analysis of occupational risk with the use of biometric data, which are created with the participation of professional employees. Approach: Using the structure of system analysis, the authors of the articles presented the mechanism of employee participation in creating conditions for the development of a proactive attitude in individual workplaces to improve the safety of the entire organization. For this purpose, biomedical indicators, and personal involvement of employees in health protection through innovative solutions and proprietary rationalization projects were used. Findings: A procedure for obtaining, processing, and sharing information on the situational context of potential events, thanks to which the experience of one employee becomes generalized knowledge in the field of a holistic approach to organizational resilience. Practical Implications: The effect of the published research is to provide small and medium-sized companies with a standard approach to improving occupational health and safety. Originality Value: The authors of the article developed guidelines for modifying the methods of occupational risk analysis to design a procedure of increasing organizational resilience adequate for a given company on the basis of employees' experience, knowledge and rational inference.

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