Health and Safety
Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, Issue on Health and Safety in Organizations. This includes marketing employees, suppliers and customers. Deadline 1 May 2007.
Date: 23 Sep 20067 12:57 -0400
From: Subbu Sivaramakrishnan <email@example.com>
CFP: Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences – Special Issue on Health and Safety in Organizations
Deadline for Submission: May 1, 2007
N. Sue Bruning
Department of Business Administration
I.H. Asper School of Business
University of Manitoba
The Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences is pleased to announce a special issue on health and safety in organizations. Understanding how employee health and occupational safety pervade organizational life and its appropriate inclusion in broader definitions of individual and organizational performance makes this topic of critical multidisciplinary interest. We would like to encourage submissions on a number of topics across the administrative sciences. Examples of topics might include but are not limited to:
- Economic performance of firms that pursue superior health and safety practices
- Accounting for health and safety investments in organizations
- Psychosocial predictors of occupational health and safety.
- Linkages among organizational strategies, health and safety performance, and more traditional organizational performance indicators
- Marketing organizational health and safety to employees, suppliers, vendors, customers, and the general public
- Health and safety in multinational organizations – the challenges of enhancing organizational health and safety in marginalized countries
- The structure and measurement of effective health and safety initiatives (e.g., organization and community partnerships)
- Health and safety in vulnerable organizational sectors (e.g., health care) and under-represented working populations (e.g., migrant and contingent workers)
- Ethical/political perspectives on health and safety in organizations
- The role of information technology in promoting organizational health and safety
- How supply chain relationships are used to support workplace safety and health initiatives in organizations.
Consideration will be given to both theoretical and empirical papers for this special issue, and is not restricted to Canadian content or data. The format of papers should not exceed 40 pages including references, tables, and figures. Shorter research notes will be also be considered for this special issue. All papers should conform to American Psychological Association (APA format) guidelines. The CJAS website (cjas.mcmaster.ca) has information on APA guidelines.
Please email submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org to the attention of the guest editors and indicate in the subject heading that the submission is intended for the Special issue on health and safety in organizations. All submitted papers to CJAS will undergo a "double-blind" peer review. If topic of an article does not fit with the special issue, the author(s) will be contacted to determine if the paper should be forwarded to the review process for a regular CJAS issue. Both French and English papers will be accepted for review.