System Of Formation Of Psychophysical Potential Of Transport Industry Specialists’ Development


The high dynamics of information, technical and technological, logistics and organizational indicators of the development of transport production complicates the requirements for professional training, dictating the need to form a competitive specialist, whose effectiveness and success are determined by the criteria of adaptability and mobility in the changing conditions of the professional world. A distinctive feature of the professional activity of specialists in the transport industry is the cumulative impact of occupational risks (physical, psychological, social, technospheric), the consequences of which may be reflected in danger to the life and health of employees and passengers; the occurrence of states of anxiety and stress, professional burnout; loss of control, violations of labour and technological discipline; emergencies; financial losses for the industry. The analysis of scientific research made it possible to determine the essence of the concept of "psychophysical potential of professional development of transport industry specialists" as an integrative personality quality, the structure of which is represented by motivational and value, activity and technological and reflexive components. The indicators of these components are expressed by the abilities and qualities of the individual and allow to resist the complex influence of professional risks.

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Vaseltsova, I. A., Loginov, N. V., Zolkin, A. L., Dragulenko, V. V., & Pakhomova, A. I. (2022). System Of Formation Of Psychophysical Potential Of Transport Industry Specialists’ Development. In & N. G. Bogachenko (Ed.), AmurCon 2021: International Scientific Conference, vol 126. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 1034-1040). European Publisher.