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Table 5 Intercorrelation (Spearman’s Rho) of dimensions for the HEMS samples

From: Assessing safety climate in prehospital settings: testing psychometric properties of a common structural model in a cross-sectional and prospective study

  HEMS 12 HEMS 16
Dimension 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5
1. Management support for patient safety           
2. Manager expectations & actions promoting patient safety .39      .39     
3. Teamwork within units .48 .51     .26 .42    
4. Learning, feedback and improvement within units .46 .41 .45    .31 .53 .28   
5. Stop working in dangerous situations .39 .38 .42 .42   n.s. .39 .25 .57  
6. Transitions and handoffs .41 .29 .29 .34 .31 .52 .43 .29 .40 .40
  1. Numbered correlations significant at the 0.01 level (2-tailed), n.s.: not significant; 0.0–0.25: little or no relationship; 0.25–0.50: fair degree of relationship; 0.50–0.75: moderate to good relationship; > 0.75: very good to excellent relationship [85]. HEMS 12 = HEMS sample 2012, HEMS 16 = HEMS sample 2016