The Effect of Preventive Culture on Reducing Damages Caused By Natural Disasters from the Viewpoint of the Employees of the Red Crescent Society of Kerman

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Considering that our country is in the area of incident and many of the issues that need to be addressed regarding safety issues in order to reduce the damage caused by natural disasters, the present study was aimed at investigating the impact of the prevention culture on the reduction of damage From the natural disasters, Kerman Red Crescent staff members' views were taken. The current research is in terms of applied purpose and its nature is a descriptive survey that was carried out using a questionnaire in the form of 4 criteria and 26 questions with a sample size of 108 people. A stratified random sampling method was used and the reliability was based on Cronbach's alpha of 0.885. Inferential analysis of the questionnaire was done using regression test in SPSS software. The results showed that the prevention culture has a significant effect on reducing the damage caused by natural disasters. Also, security and prevention, good leadership, accountability, and learning and education have a significant impact on reducing the damage caused by natural disasters.
Journal of Crisis and emergency management, Volume:15 Issue: 50, 2023
113 to 135  
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