In this study, we used the conceptual Health Promotion Model to identify predictors of hearing protection use among blue-collar workers (N=504).
The strongest predictors were self-efficacy, benefits, value, and barriers.
Items in the barriers scale were most strongly correlated with use and had the greatest potential for change.
Therefore, items from this scale are being used as the primary basis for development of a training intervention program.
Mots-clés Pascal : Formation permanente, Mesure sécurité, Equipement protection sécurité, Motivation, Attitude, Efficacité personnelle, Personnalité, Employé, Milieu professionnel, Promotion santé, Médecine travail, Adulte, Homme
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Continuing education, Safety measure, Protection safety equipment, Motivation, Attitude, Self efficacy, Personality, Employee, Occupational environment, Health promotion, Occupational medicine, Adult, Human
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