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Title: ความเชื่อด้านสุขภาพและพฤติกรรมการป้องกันอันตราย จากการทำงานของผู้ประกอบอาชีพช่างทำผม ตำบลบ้านกลาง อำเภอเมือง จังหวัดลำพูน
Other Titles: Health Beliefs and Hazardous Protective Behavior of Work Among Hairdressers in Ban Klang Sub-district, Mueang District, Lamphun Province
Authors: วีระพร ศุทธากรณ์
นงนุช ปาเกี๋ยง
Keywords: ช่างทำผม
สุขภาพ
พฤติกรรมการป้องกันอันตราย
Issue Date: Sep-2557
Publisher: เชียงใหม่ : บัณฑิตวิทยาลัย มหาวิทยาลัยเชียงใหม่
Abstract: Hairdressers are informal workers whose working characteristics and working condition may affect their health. This study aims to explore health belief and hazardous protective behaviors of work among hairdressers in Ban Klang Sub- District, Lamphun province. Study participants were 150 hairdressers in this area. Study tools composed of self-administration questionnaire including general information, health data, working characteristic, working conditions, health belief, and hazardous protective behaviors of health. The questionnaire were developed based on literature review and obtained acceptable content validity and reliability (CVI = 0.83 and conbach coefficient alpha = 0.80) Study found that these hairdressers had total health belief score in moderate, high, and low levels of 72, 16, and 12 percentages, respectively. Female hairdressers had higher total health belief scores than males, and also perceived risks of musculoskeletal injuries and perceived benefits of working protective behaviors better than males (p<0.05). Moreover, education level was related to perception of risk to musculoskeletal injuries. Obtaining occupational health information and working duration more than 8 hours were related to perception of heath benefit about getting rid of used sharp devices. Finally, having medical condition such as allergies was related to perception of severity of chemical used. The amount of participants who had scores of total health protective behaviors in moderate, high, and low level were 62.7, 22.7, and 14.6 percentages, respectively. Female hairdressers had better scores of health protective behaviors than males (p<0.05). Having health problems in respiratory and skin systems was related to protective behaviors. Being engaged in former work was related to health protective behavior. And finally, having musculoskeletal health problems was also related to ergonomic protective behavior such as doing muscle flexibility exercise during work. These findings could be used in planning for the occupational health promotion and protection in order to prevent health effects among these hair dressers.
URI: http://cmuir.cmu.ac.th/jspui/handle/6653943832/45841
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