Work Health and Safety, Competitive Advantage, and Organisational Performance in Small Construction Firms: Research Proposal

Raed Eldejany

Abstract


Research into small firms has expanded over recent years, yet one field where insight is still limited is Work Health and Safety (WHS) especially in the high risk construction industry. The main objective of this research proposal is to provide the foundation for a potential future study that explores the impact of WHS on developing a competitive advantage and improving organisational performance from the perspective of the owner-managers of small Australian construction firms using a qualitative multiple case design. This research proposal investigates a sample of four small construction firms from the same industry therefore the findings can’t be generalised to other work environments, which a limitation to the proposed study.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/jms.v7n1p11

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