Rolf Johan Bye
Rolf Johan Bye
Publikasjoner og ansvarsområder
What we talk about when we talk about HSE and culture – A mapping and analysis of the academic discourses
Why do they violate the procedures? – An exploratory study within the maritime transportation industry
Erasmus syllogisms in cognition and facilitation of organizational innovation
By use of an empirical example from a planned organizational change program within an international company, we examine how specific characteristics of objects (forms) used to represent ideas – in interaction with “hard-wired” aspects of human cognition – may contribute to explain outcomes of transl...
Evaluering av HMS-portal ISO
Beyond the numbers: A qualitative field study exploring negative trends in HSEclimate in the Norwegian oil and gas industry
The Norwegian oil and gas industry has undergone some turbulent years following the rapid decline in the oil price in 2014. There has been extensive debate on whether the cost-reductions in the industry has led to higher risk level, especially on the offshore installations. The Petroleum Safety Auth...
Perceptions of ferry crew members´emergency preparedness capacities
Car ferries may face severe consequences during an emergency at sea. There is a high potential of human losses if not proper crisis management has been carried out. During the last 10 years, ferry crews have been reduced, and the conflict regarding manning and crisis management between ferry crews a...
Normalization of maritime accident data using AIS
The Automatic Identification System (AIS), fitted on most ships today, is primarily used for real time ship monitoring. This paper illustrates how stored AIS data can be used to construct activity data that can be used to normalize accident statistics, to turn recorded numbers of accidents into acci...
The institutional context of crisis. A study of the police response during the 22 July terror attacks in Norway
In this paper we address the institutional context of the police response during the 22 July terror attacks in Norway. Our analysis shows how institutionalized informal practices, established over time, influenced the police response during the attacks. The response presented challenges in terms of ...