Wantana Amatariyakul and Chumnong Amatariyakul
The paper investigates the analysis student attitudes toward safety with working in shop organization in Rajamangala University of Technology Isan. Samples group were 440 students who enrolling general in 5 campuses, 12 faculties: Nakhon Ratchasima Center, Khon Kaen Campus, Surin Campus, Kalasin Campus and Sakon Nakhon Campus of the academic year 2008. A composite scale was constructed to measure attitudes toward four dimensions of safety with working in Shop Organization. Hypotheses correlated of attitudes supportive of safety with working in Shop Organization. The questionnaire used in data collection. Results of this research showed that attitudes of students toward safety with working in shop organization were good (69.14%) and moderate (35.19%). When considered separately, it showed that students were having good level of attitudes as much as 66.36%, 64.09%, 67.27% towards causes of accidents, safety management , importance of safety and the way of safety with working in shop organization, respectively and having moderate level of attitudes as much as 27.73%, 23.42% and 13.87% towards the three mentioned categories. The attitudes in instructor showed medium average. The attitudes in policy for administration in Rajamangala University of Technology Isan showed at a higher level. The attitudes were significantly different depending on different program at the level of 0.05.
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