Awareness of ethical business practices is becoming a focal point in business and academia. Therefore, the level of ethics among current safety professionals must be established. This article attempts to raise readers’ awareness of this subject by investigating the level of ethics found among safety professionals in an attempt to answer these questions:
• Does a predictive relationship exist between professional commitment, ethical reasoning and the belief in regulatory compliance?
• Do difference exist in professional commitment among safety professionals dependent on each generation?
• Do safety professionals higher reasoning when faced with moral and ethical dilemmas?
• Can leaders in higher education use this information to focus on areas of need within safety curricula to better prepare future safety professionals?
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