The domino theory of Heinrich said that the existence of a work accident is derived from the lack of control of the management. Many companies are aware of this and trying to implement a secure way of working in order to avoid workers from occupational accidents and company to avoid a loss of one of them is using the right leadership approach. This aims of this study to determine the relationship style of leadership with the unsafe act fabrication workers PT. X. Research design of this study is cross-sectional, observational research with quantitative approach. The sample size of this study was 40 workers, using total sampling technique. Data was analyzed using Contingency Coefficient test. The research showed more of supervisor had a transformational leadership style (80%), transactional leadership style also amounted to 7 workers (17%), while the numbering leissez faire leadership style 1 worker (3%). Workers who act safe (safe) were 34 workers (85%) and other workers had act unsafe (unsafe) were 6 workers (15%). The relationship between leadership style with the unsafe act showed contingency coefficient value of 0.674, that means there was strong relationship between leadership style with unsafe actions. So the leadership style had a strong relationship with the unsafe acts of workers. It Suggested to improve performance (safety) workers, the company have to provide leadership training to supervisors.
|Number of pages||5|
|Journal||Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development|
|Publication status||Published - Jun 2018|
- Unsafe act