The philosophy of the Zero-accident Campaign is to respect human life. Specific safety methods developed so that workplaces can take steps on preemptive action for safety include hazard prediction training and pointing and calling. Activities incorporating these methods in a unified manner are called hazard prediction activities. Using illustrations showing the workplace and work conditions, or while supervising or demonstrating work in real situations on site, discuss in small groups hazardous factors in the workplace and in work conditions unsafe conditions and unsafe behavior that may lead to industrial accidents or accidents.
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Chief Editor Associate Professor Dr. Rosliza Abdul Manaf Malaysia. Objective: The aim of this paper is to systematically review the literature in order to explore the usage and efficiency of Kiken Yochi training KYT in reducing workplace accidents. Materials and Methods: Literature was sought from online database. Only English full text articles published from to were selected. In total, six studies met the inclusion criteria for this review.
These selected studies used different study designs; cross-sectional, cohort, experimental, quasi-experimental and case study. Respondents involved were factory workers, laboratory workers, students and contractor workers. Involvement of all top managements and employees in decision-making process is the key factor for the success of KYT implementation.
Conclusion: In summary, KYT is indeed a promising tool to be implemented in various industries to reduce hazard and accidents at the workplace.
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The ability to predict hazards in possible situations in a general X-ray examination room created for Kiken-Yochi training KYT is quantified by use of free-response receiver-operating characteristics FROC analysis for determining whether the total number of years of clinical experience, involvement in general X-ray examinations, occupation, and training each have an impact on the hazard prediction ability. Twenty-three radiological technologists RTs years of experience: 2—28 , four nurses years of experience: 15—19 , and six RT students observed 53 scenes of KYT: 26 scenes with hazardous points hazardous points are those that might cause injury to patients and 27 scenes without points. Based on the results of these observations, we calculated the alternative free-response receiver-operating characteristic AFROC curve and the figure of merit FOM to quantify the hazard prediction ability. The results showed that the total number of years of clinical experience did not have any impact on hazard prediction ability, whereas recent experience with general X-ray examinations greatly influenced this ability.
Hazard prediction training(KYT)
Chief Editor Associate Professor Dr. Rosliza Abdul Manaf Malaysia. Objective: The aim of this paper is to systematically review the literature in order to explore the usage and efficiency of Kiken Yochi training KYT in reducing workplace accidents. Materials and Methods: Literature was sought from online database.