Guidelines for the Development of Digital Competence of Safety Officers at Professional Level (Jor Por Wora)

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Korneak Karnjanapokin
Pasit Tititanaras
Udon Suwannakho
Nitithon Tuplean


The research objectives are 1) to study the development of digital competency of safety officers at the professional level (Jor Por Wor), 2) to find the relationship between the development of safety officer digital competency and safety officer competency in working at the professional level (Jor Por Wor) , and 3) to study the development of digital competency that affects digital competency of safety officers at the professional level (Jor Por Wor). This research is a mixed- methods study using questionnaire and interview as quantitative and qualitative tools. Reference statistics with t-test, Pearson Correlation Analysis and Multiple Regression were used for analysing the data. The findings were as follows: 1) The development of digital competency for safety officers at the professional level (JorPorWor) consisted of development from operations, development from training, development from teaching and development from online media.  2) The development of digital competency is related to digital competency of safety officers at the professional level (Jor Por Wor) in all aspects (R=.716) and 3) the influence of digital competency development with digital performance of safety officers at the professional level (Jor Por Wor) is (R2 = .568)

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Karnjanapokin, K., Tititanaras, P., Suwannakho, U., & Tuplean, N. (2023). Guidelines for the Development of Digital Competence of Safety Officers at Professional Level (Jor Por Wora). Journal of Arts Management, 7(2), 343–363. Retrieved from
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Korneak Karnjanapokin, Rajapark Institute



Pasit Tititanaras, Rajapark Institute



Udon Suwannakho, Rajapark Institute



Nitithon Tuplean, Rajapark Institute




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