Source avec lien : International journal of occupational safety and ergonomics: JOSE, (En ligne). 10.1080/10803548.2022.2026073
L’objectif principal de cette étude est de révéler l’effet modérateur du bien-être psychologique sur l’effet du climat de sécurité au travail sur le stress professionnel.
Objectives. The main purpose of this study is to reveal the moderating effect of psychological well-being on the effect of workplace safety climate on job stress. Methods. The cross-sectional study design included the survey method. A total of 291 healthcare professionals returned the survey forms, among which 75.9% were women, and the mean age of the sample was 32.83 ± 6.03 years. Most of the participants (66.6%) had a bachelor’s degree or higher. We analyzed the data using a structural equation modeling framework to test both direct and mediating effects. Hayes’ Model 4 was used to identify the mediating role of psychological well-being on the effect of workplace safety climate on job stress. Results. According to the analysis results, the created model is significant, and psychological well-being plays a mediating role on the effect of workplace safety climate on job stress, reinforcing the negative effect of workplace safety climate on job stress. Conclusion. First, the safety environment perceived by employees reduces their stress. Second, psychological well-being plays a mediating role in relation to the effect of safety climate on job stress. This role contributes to the reduction of stress through the improvement of the safety climate.