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Survey of Safety Management On Bagiyatallah (a.s) Hospital ,2006-07‎
Zaboli R. *, Tofighi Sh., Delavari A‎., Mirhashemi S‎.
, rohollah.zaboli@yahoo.com
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Introduction. Safety is the state in which the risk of harm to persons or of property damage is ‎reduced, and maintained at or below, an acceptable level through a continuing process of hazard identification and risk management. A safety management system is an organized ‎approach to managing safety, including the necessary organizational structures, accountabilities, ‎policies and procedures. The responsibility for safety and effective safety management is shared ‎among a wide spectrum of organizations and institutions on whole of succession of management.‎

Material and Methods. The study,cross-sectional, was conducted in the 2006. the wards of ‎Bagiyatallah(a.s) hospital comprised the study population.The data was collected by a self-‎constructed questionnaire and cheklist.Content validity and test-retest were used to determine ‎validity and reliability of the instrument.Data analysis was carried out throgh SPSS‏.‏ ‎

Results. The findings of the study showed that organization and management of safety ‎committee (55/33 of 100) have proper condition. policy,regulation and rules with 52/50 ‎‏±‏‎ ‎‎11/54 score were to the average.Training and socialization on safety with 100 score was ‎founded the saturation point.Organization structure (52‎‏±‏‎17/88) were the middling.Risk ‎management on hospital (67/51 ‎‏±‏‎ 9/75) to be suitable.safety and health (55/56‎‏±‏‎8/81)From the ‎viewpoint of structural were founded to medium extent. ‎

Discussion. In any system, it is necessary to set and measure performance outcomes in order to ‎determine whether the system is operating in accordance with expectations, and to identify ‎where action may be required to enhance performance levels to meet these expectations. The ‎introduction of the concept of acceptable level of safety responds to the need to complement the ‎prevailing approach to the management of safety based upon regulatory compliance, with a ‎performance-based approach.In order to keep safety risks at an acceptable level with the ‎increasing levels of activity. Modern safety management practices are shifting from a purely ‎reactive to a more proactive mode.It must be emphasized that this approach complements senior ‎management’s commitment to the management of safety, effective implementation of standard ‎operating procedures systems, analyse and share safety-related data arising from normal ‎operations, integration of safety training.‎

Keywords: Safety Management, Hospital, Risk
Type of Study: Orginal Research | Subject: military medcine
Received: 2008/02/25 | Published: 2007/07/15
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Zaboli R., Tofighi Sh., Delavari A‎., Mirhashemi S‎.. Survey of Safety Management On Bagiyatallah (a.s) Hospital ,2006-07‎. J Mil Med. 2007; 9 (2) :103-111
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