DOI: https://doi.org/10.4043/31262-msAug 9, 2021Proceedings Paper

The Functional State Assessment as the Psychological Safety Marker of the Offshore Production Platform Workers

Yana Korneeva, Natalia Simonova

Abstract

The present study is devoted to the functional states’ identification and description as the psychological safety marker of offshore oil-producing platform workers with the fly-in-fly-out work organization. This will allow identifying an employee's risk group with low psychological safety for the development of measures to improve it, preserve their health and work efficiency. The research was carried out by means of a scientific expedition in April 2019 during the entire fly-in-fly-out visit to the offshore ice- resistant platform in the Caspian Sea. It was attended by 50 employees (average age 36.17 ± 1.064, average work experience on a fly-in-fly-out basis 7.97 ± 0.839, fly-in-fly-out period - 14 days). Research methods are: 1) instrumental psychophysiological methods for assessing the state on the devices «AngioScan» (stress level) and «Psychophysiologist» (operator performance, functional state level, functional reserves level); 2) psychological testing methods are M. Luscher's color test and the "Well-being. Activity. Insistence" questioning. Psychological testing of employee's personality traits. Statistical analysis was performed using descriptive statistics and multivariate methods using the SPSS 23.00 software package.

References

Oct 1, 1979·Journal of Personality Assessment·C M Braün, J L Bonta
Oct 30, 2020·International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health·Yana Korneeva, Natalia Simonova

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