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Table 6 Items and Dimensions of the Administrative Staff Willingness to Report to Work Questionnaire

From: The analysis of factors affecting municipal employees’ willingness to report to work during an influenza pandemic by means of the extended parallel process model (EPPM)

Dimension Item
Willingness to report to work if required by the department If I were required by my agency to report to work in an influenza pandemic, I would report.
Willingness to report to work if asked but not required by the department If I were asked, but not required by my agency to report to work in an influenza pandemic, I would report.
Perceived danger of pandemic If an influenza pandemic in this area occurs, there will be serious consequences for public health.
In the next years there will be a high probability of an influenza pandemic in this area.
Perceived personal risk My personal risk of infection in the context of an influenza pandemic is high.
I would be afraid to get infected at work during an influenza pandemic.
During an influenza pandemic I would be worried to bring the illness home with me and transmit it to my family.
Role importance In case of an influenza pandemic my employer will ask me to report to work.
My role in the city administration’s overall response to a pandemic flu emergency is important.
With my work I could make an important contribution to the maintenance of the public order during a pandemic situation.
Role Competence I know about possible impacts of an influenza pandemic for public health.
I know about my specific occupational responsibilities during an influenza pandemic.
I have the skills to perform my occupational responsibilities during an influenza pandemic.
I am psychologically prepared to perform my occupational responsibilities during an influenza pandemic.
Self-efficacy I am confident that I could get safely to work during a pandemic emergency.
I would be able to perform my duties successfully in the event of an influenza pandemic.
During an influenza pandemic I would also take on responsibilities outside of my normal job range.
I would be able to address the questions of a member of the public during an influenza pandemic.
Sense of duty As long as I’m not sick myself, it is my duty to report to work during an influenza pandemic.
As an employee of the public administration, I have a special responsibility for the citizens during an influenza pandemic.