International Business Management

Year: 2017
Volume: 11
Issue: 2
Page No. 478 - 489

The Effect of Management Commitment, Safety Rules and Procedure and Safety Promotion Policies on Nurses Safety Performance: The Moderating Role of Consideration of Future Safety Consequences

Authors : Munir Shehu Mashi, Chandrakantan A/l Subramaniam and Johanim Binti Johari

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