Safety Institute of Australia

Emmanual Baoteng

PhD Student/Casual Research Assistant, University of Newcastle

Emmanual Baoteng

PhD Student/Casual Research Assistant, University of Newcastle

Biography

Emmanuel is a PhD candidate and a Casual Research Assistant in the School of Health Sciences at the University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia. He received his Master’s degree in Construction Management and Bachelor’s in Construction Technology and Management from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana.

Emmanuel’s research had previously looked at safety culture on construction sites for his master’s thesis. He uses a mixed method approach for data collection and analysis. He has contributed to papers on infrastructure development, value engineering, tender price, procurement, sustainable construction, high-reliability organisations, safety performance, artificial neural network, and fire safety management.

His current research is focused on employee safety behaviour and construction safety performance.

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