Demographic Factors, Organizational Factors, Personality and Accident Proneness among Employees of National Medical Stores
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This study sought to examine the relationship between demographic factors, personality factors, organizational factors and accident proneness among employees of national medical stores. A correlation study design was adopted. A total of questionnaires were randomly distributed among respondents, with this the researcher considered a sample size of 144 respondents. The researcher used self-administered questionnaires which consisted of closed end questions to collect information from the respondents. Data was entered into a computer using Statistical Package of Social Scientists (SPSS). Findings of the study indicated that there is no relationship between demographic factors and accident proneness; findings also indicate that there is no significant relationship between personality factors and accident proneness and lastly there is a negative relationship between organization factors and accident factors. The researcher concluded that there is no significant relationship between demographic factors, personality factors, organization factors and accident proneness. There is need to conduct more research on the levels of organizational factors upon the accident proneness, especially longitudinal research on the same research variables to see if the same observed results will be obtained.