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Proposal and Field Practice of a "Hiyarihatto" Activity Method for Promotion of Statements of Participants for Nuclear Power Plant Organization

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  • 参加者の発言を促進する工夫を取り入れた原子力発電所組織で実施しやすいヒヤリハット活動手法の提案と実践
  • サンカシャ ノ ハツゲン オ ソクシン スル クフウ オ トリイレタ ゲンシリョク ハツデンショ ソシキ デ ジッシ シヤスイ ヒヤリハット カツドウ シュホウ ノ テイアン ト ジッセン

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Abstract

  In a “hiyarihatto” activity, workers report and discuss incident cases related to their work. Such an activity is particularly effective for cultivating participants' attitudes about safety. Nevertheless, a conventional face-to-face hiyarihatto activity includes features that are inappropriate for conduct in a nuclear power plant organization. For example, workers at nuclear power plants are geographically distributed and busy. Therefore, they have great difficulty in participating in a face-to-face hiyarihatto activity. Furthermore, workers' hesitation in discussing problems inhibits the continuation of their active participation. This study is conducted to propose a hiyarihatto activity with an asynchronous and distributed computer-mediated communication (CMC) for a nuclear power plant organization, with the demonstration of its effectiveness through field practice. The proposed method also involves the introduction of special participants who follow action guidelines for the promotion of the continuation of the activity. The method was used in an actual nuclear power plant organization. Results showed that the method is effective under some conditions, such as during periods without facility inspection. Special participants promoted the activity in some cases. Moreover, other factors affecting the activity and some improvements were identified.<br>

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  • CRID
    1390001205187536256
  • NII Article ID
    10029980784
    130002149517
  • NII Book ID
    AA11643165
  • DOI
    10.3327/taesj.j10.017
  • ISSN
    21862931
    13472879
  • NDL BIB ID
    023375268
  • Text Lang
    ja
  • Data Source
    • JaLC
    • NDL
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    • CiNii Articles
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