The Theory of Planned Behavior was used to study factors useful for predicting Behavioral Intentions to commit unsafe acts while driving for commercial drivers working for municipal waste management operations centers. The Theory of Planned Behavior was found to be moderately effective in predicting behavioral intentions, particularly through the constructs of Attitude and Perceived Control. Driver perceptions of safety climate, self-assessed personal safety performance, risk aversion, and attitudes toward behavioral factors associated with engaging in risky behaviors while operating motor vehicles were studied. Risk aversion and driver perception of their own safety performance were also useful predictors of intention.
Stephen, Swartz M. & Douglas, Matthew A. (2008). Safety attitudes and behavioral intentions of municipal waste disposal drivers. Journal of Transportation Management, 19(2), 23-37. doi: 10.22237/jotm/1220227380