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Gasilci in intervencije
Zadnik, Martina (Author), Schnabl, Simon (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
''Gasilec je psihično in fizično sposoben človek, ki je ustrezno izurjen za gašenje požarov in zna pomagati ob naravnih in drugih nesrečah – intervencijah'', s to trditvijo v veliki večini opisujemo gasilca. Da pa bi preverila kako drži, sem se odločila izdelati anketni vprašalnik, ki bo zajemal vprašanja glede njihove pripravljenosti in počutja na delovnem mestu. Vprašalnik je bil razdeljen med poklicne in prostovoljne gasilce na območju osrednje Slovenije, razdeljenih je bilo nekaj več kot 100 anketnih vprašalnikov, a zaradi zelo nizkega zanimanja nisem dobila vrnjenih vseh. Sodelovalo je 53 gasilcev različne starosti in z različno dolžino poklicnega staža. Sodelujoči so odgovarjali na vprašanja s pomočjo točkovne lestvice, vprašalnik pa je bil sestavljen iz vprašanj, ki so zajemala situacije in dogodke pred, med in po intervenciji. V osnovi nas je zanimalo počutje na delovnem mestu gasilca, to pomeni, da je bil namen raziskovanja ugotoviti, koliko negativnih občutenj pomnijo gasilci na njihovem delovnem mestu, ter koliko stresa ob tem poklicu občutijo. Ugotovljeno je bilo, da imajo gasilci kljub obširnemu delu, kjer je velika verjetnost tragičnih dogodkov, dober odnos do svojega poklica, ki jim ne predstavlja pretiranega stresa in negativnih občutkov. Zaključimo lahko, da se z višanjem delovne dobe, manjšajo negativni občutki in stres, ki ju gasilci doživljajo na delovnem mestu.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:gasilec, intervencija, stres, delovno mesto, negativni občutki
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Tipology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FKKT - Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Technology
Year:2019
COBISS.SI-ID:1538400195 Link is opened in a new window
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Firefighters and Intervention
Abstract:
A firefighter is a psychologically and physically fit person who is adequately trained in fire fighting and can help with natural and other disasters - interventions. With this statement, we describe the firefighter in the vast majority, but in order to verify how it is, I decided to create a survey questionnaire, which will cover issues of preparedness. There were over one hundred questionnaires distributed among professional and volunteer firefighters in central Slovenia. Due to the lack of interest only 53 of them came back. The participants were firefighters of different ages and with a different number of service years. The participants gave answers with the help of a grading system. The questions involved situations before, during and after intervention. Basically, the focus was on the workplace welfare of firefighters. The research purpose was to find out how many negative feelings they can recollect at the workplace and how much stress they feel within the profession. It has been established that firefighters, despite their extensive work, where there is a high probability of tragic events, have a good relationship with their profession, which does not present excessive stress and negative feelings. We can conclude that the increase in working lives reduces the negative feelings and stress experienced by firefighters at the workplace.

Keywords:firefighter, intervention, stress, negative feelings, workplace

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