Relation between Marine Safety Awareness and Marine Safety Attitudes in people experienced in Marine Safety Education
*Corresponding Author E-mail: Oneway101@hanmail.net
This study was conducted to review the relation between marine safety awareness and marine safety attitude of people experienced in marine safety education.
Subjects were selected from people experienced in marine safety education and a questionnaire was used on the subjects. A total of 336 completed questionnaires were used for analysis, in particular for exploratory factor analysis, confidence level verification, correlation analysis, and multiple regression analysis.
First, the sub-variables of marine safety awareness showed a positive correlation with marine safety awareness and safety incident prevention, while marine safety education showed a positive correlation with both behavioral and definitive traits. Second, marine safety education showed a positive effect on behavioral traits. Marine safety awareness, marine safety incident prevention, and marine safety education all had a positive effect on definitive traits. Third, definitive traits had a positive effect on marine safety awareness, while marine safety incident prevention as well as behavioral and definitive traits had a positive effect on marine safety attitudes.
Based on the findings of this study, we can conclude that the marine safety awareness and marine safety attitude of people experienced in marine safety education has a mutually positive effect on marine safety incident prevention.
Marine safety, safety attitude, safety education, incident prevention, behavioral traits.