Publikasjoner og ansvarsområder
Systematisk HMS-arbeid i havbruk ti år etter «Fare på merde»
Safety climate and health complaints in the Norwegian aquaculture industry
Few studies have explored the potential connection between safety climate and health issues. However, some recent research findings indicate that a poor safety climate can be considered a stressor that may be associated with physical symptoms and musculoskeletal complaints. This link is further expl...
Hva viser forskningen om arbeidsmiljø, helse og sikkerhet i havbruksnæringen?
Design for økt sikkerhet i havbruksnæringen
The significance of experience. Safety management in the context of Norwegian aquaculture.
Sickness Absence and Hospitalization among Workers on Board Norwegian Fishing Vessels
Background: All over the world, commercial fishing is known to be a hazardous occupation. Although several causal analyses of occupational accidents have been published in recent years, knowledge of the prevalence of sick leave, diagnosis and hospitalization among workers on board Norwegian fishing ...
Musculoskeletal symptoms among workers in the commercial fishing fleet of Norway
BACKGROUND: Fishers exposed to unfavourable environmental conditions may suffer negative health ef- fects. This study aimed to identify musculoskeletal symptoms in professional fishers in Norway using data from several sources; register data, telephone survey and questionnaire. MATERIALS AND METHODS...
Reporting of Hazardous Events in Aquaculture Operations - The Significance of Safety Climate
Objectives: In Norwegian aquaculture, safer technology and better safety management systems have been developed during the last decade. Safety commitment and safe behavior are still vital to ensure a safe working environment. The objective of this paper is to explore what factors might influence the...