International Journal of Humanities and Educational Research

Year:2021 Volume: 3 Issue: 4 Area: Sociology

169
May Faisal AHMED & Nafez Mouhamed SHARAWI
THE ROLE OF THE UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION IN PROMOTING OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH IN LIGHT OF THE CORONA PANDEMIC
 
In this research, it is aimed to study the role of the university managers at two universities in promoting occupational safety and health by revealing whether there are statistically significant differences at the level of significance (0.05=*). The researchers have looked at the role of university management in promoting safety and occupational health by looking at the following variables: sex, experience, and employability. The descriptive analytical approach has been used, and the developed questionnaire consists of 40 paragraphs, divided into four areas. The sample study has been randomly selected from the original research community, with the proportion of 14%. The number of administrators and faculty members, who have been asked to fill up the questionnaire, has been 210 persons. The researchers have made sure that data variables are honest and stable. Results have been analyzed by using the SPSS program. The have reached many results and recommendations, and the most important ones are the following two: There must be a policy of awareness and guidance as well as adoption of specialized methods in occupational safety and health matters that promote the promotion of workers in the culture of occupational safety and health in order to take preventive measures, proper work and an appropriate educational environment in the mentioned universities. It is also urgent to form specialized committees in occupational safety and health to work on a clear policy with the preparation of crisis and disaster management plans mediated by a specified and experienced Committee and work on its application in the university institutions, especially nowadays under the Corona pandemic.

Keywords: University Administration, The Corona Pandemic, Occupational Safety and Health.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2757-5403.4-3.22
 
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