Changjiang Liuyu Ziyuan Yu Huanjing/Resources and Environment in the Yangtze Valley

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Abstract : It is mostly at the port that port personnel load and unload. Presently, they are engaged in loading and unloading operations as a component of marine logistics to facilitate the achievement of equitable development across the expansive nation-state. Workplace accidents involving port employees are prevalent. A workplace accident is an unforeseen incident that has the potential to cause harm, fatality, or property damage. Port personnel are required to possess knowledge regarding the implementation of occupational safety and health (OSH) culture when performing loading and unloading operations. The purpose of this article is to aid policymakers in comprehending, assessing, and serving as a resource for stakeholders in the development of policies concerning the loading and unloading of port personnel. The study employed bootstrapping with PLS-SEM software to examine the relationship between safety climate and safety performance. The results indicated a statistically significant positive influence between safety climate and safety performance, such that an increase in safety climate corresponds to a corresponding improvement in safety performance within the loading and unloading workforce environment. The criterion of significance is 0.000 < 0.05. The findings revealed a correlation between the safety performance of loading and unloading personnel at the port and the safety atmosphere. Safety performance serves as a standard against which port employees can evaluate their progress, both physically and psychologically, in a secure, comfortable, and protected environment. The aforementioned points in this article—involvement from top leaders (government regulators), port stakeholders, and port employees—allow for the completion of all of this.