Publikasjoner og ansvarsområder
Respiratory health status among Norwegian fish production workers on board fishing trawlers
Physiological and perceptual strain of firefighters during graded exercise to exhaustion at 40 and 10°C
Purpose. To study whether perceptual identification should be included as a measure to evaluate physiological stress. Methods. Physiological variables oxygen uptake (VO2), ventilation, heart rate, blood lactate concentration, rectal temperature (Trec) and mean skin temperature, and perceptual variab...
Exposure to bioaerosols during fish processing on board deep-sea fishing vessels.
Exposure to extreme work environments and self-reported thermal, musculoskeletal, respiratory and noise-exposure problems in deep-sea fishing vessel crew.
"Pakkeforløp" i rehabilitering, eksemplifisert gjennom rehabilitering for revmatikere. . Presentasjon av Modell for koordinerte og sammenhengende pasient- og brukerforløp for personer med revmatisk sykdom og andre muskel- og skjelettplager
Exposure to extreme work environments and musculoskeletal symptoms in the Norwegian fishing fleet
Thermoregulatory responses and work strain of fishermen – a field study on board deep-sea fishing vessels.
Background: Fishermen working on deep-sea vessels in the Barents and Norwegian Sea are exposed to low air temperatures, strong winds, high humidity, rain, snow and work at different intensities. Few studies have investigated the effect of environmental work factors on the physiology of this occupati...