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Mehrabian S, Bai N, Esfahani Nia A. Presenting HSE Management Model (Environment, Safety, Health) in Sports Clubs (with Strauss and Corbin Approach)oring the effect of temperature on the Covid 19 pandemic using profile analysis. RJMS 2021; 28 (6) :12-24
URL: http://rjms.iums.ac.ir/article-1-6558-en.html
Islamic Azad University, Azadshahr, Iran , nbay@ut.ac.ir
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Background & Aims: A comprehensive understanding of culture and societies is not possible without understanding the importance of sport. We live in a world where sport has become an international phenomenon. Sport is in fact part of the social and cultural structure of societies. On the one hand, sport has always had the potential for change, as is evident in some of the world's poorest regions. In this regard, HSE in organizations refers to three categories of health, safety and environment, which due to their close relationship with each other are usually led and directed in a department and under a management or mindset. HSE strategic planning includes the framework or framework for implementing strategic thinking and guiding operations to achieve specific and planned results in HSE management; In other words, HSE strategic planning is an organized and systematic effort to make fundamental decisions and take the basic steps that shape the nature and direction of HSE activities with other units of the organization. The establishment of health, safety and environmental management system in organizations, companies and industries large and small in the world has always been done based on a series of guidelines that usually have a similar structure. In today 's highly competitive world, many companies have realized that they must make health, safety and environmental management an integral and essential part of their organization and value them as much as any other management in the organization. The ultimate goal in the health, safety and environmental management system is to protect individuals, society, property and the environment. Prevention of injuries and accidents, health, safety and environment in order to sustainable development and increase productivity by considering the health and safety of employees, customers, contractors and others requires the existence of the structure of health, safety and environmental management system. On the other hand, quality and effectiveness are vital factors in safety and environmental management system. In modern management, human resources are the main axis of sustainable development of system products. To achieve the industrial world and sustainable development, various methods must be considered, but without considering human resources, no process will move towards the desired results. Modern organizations in a competitive world, in addition to the desire to promote customer satisfaction, must be seriously safe. , The health and well-being of its employees and the protection of the environment. Obviously, according to the mentioned principles, this issue has been considered in national and international regulations (including Iranian regulations). Today, safety, health and environmental factors are a sensitive issue for employees. One of the key challenges for HSE is how to maintain the system over time according to the needs and expectations of stakeholders. Internal and external issues that may affect the HSE system have been addressed in the results of various studies. These issues have been addressed in a variety of areas, including planning, implementation, and remediation. Although developing countries may have comprehensive security laws, enforcement may be low due to lack of resources. The general argument today is that health and safety management must be integrated to create an interaction between the environment, equipment, systems, and methods, and the organization's staff. However, since there was no comprehensive research in the domestic research on the presentation of an integrated model of HSE management in the country's sports venues; Therefore, research in this regard is necessary and will eliminate the gap of existing studies in this field. Considering the increasing importance of HSE management and the need to study its effects and considering that few studies have been done in this field in Iran, therefore in the present study we intend to design an HSE management model in sports clubs and the model of research concept will be designed based on the paradigm model of the Strauss & Corbin Foundation data research.
Methods: The research method is a sequential and exploratory qualitative strategy based on the data theorizing method of the foundation with Strauss and Corbin approach, with open, central and selective coding of semi-structured interviews with the statistical population: professors, academics and club management experts. Sports officials, directors of the National Olympic Committee, and some deputies of the Ministry of Sports and Youth were experts in the field of HSE sports venues. By random and theoretical statistical sampling until the theoretical saturation was 25 people, during 5 rounds of Delphi interview, the theoretical consensus was obtained and the codings were analyzed. The research instrument was coded sheets according to the researcher's instructions, the validity of which was confirmed by the members of the Delphi group and its reliability was calculated by P-Scott criterion.
Results: The results showed that the categories were identified in the form of 31 categories and 127 concept codes. Strategies (6 categories) at three levels: individual, intermediate and macro, contextual conditions (3 categories), intervening or mediating conditions (6 categories), and consequences (5 categories) at three levels: individual, intermediate and macro they got.
Conclusion: Based on the results of qualitative research based on Strauss and Corbin (2008) casting, the antecedents and outcomes of the development of HSE management model of sports clubs can be useful and practical. Despite the relative lack of research examining different forms of integrated model (HSE) in different sports venues and environments, the present study examines the importance of integrated model (HSE) in creating and developing the sports industry in the field of sports venues, which can be a value chain. Create in the field of sports venues. Stakeholders exploit values when they believe that integrated values (HSEs) outweigh costs and other compensatory activities, and that managers are confident of maintaining their capital and human assets in the country and are more confident in a dynamic sports environment. Enjoy. The results of the present study, due to the uniqueness of their subject in sports venues, require the use and application of these metrics and evaluate the performance of sports venue managers before and after the use of the metrics in the integrated model (HSE) in sports venues. It seems that the category of integrated model (HSE) in sports venues (based on the results of the present study) can have a suitable and practical place among the managers of sports venues in the dimensions of the present study. Therefore, correct, accurate and scientific planning and strategy for the development of an integrated model (HSE) in the country's sports facilities can be specifically introduced as the highest strength of managers in this field.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Clinical Psychiatry

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