Volume 11, Issue 2, 2007

The third International Conference Working on Safety, 12-15 September 2006 in Eemhof, the Netherlands, resulted in a large number of papers. Contributions, which have passed successful peer-review, are published in the present issue of the Safety Science Monitor.

Further papers from the WOS III will be found in Safety Science.

Tore J Larsson
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  1. E.M.El Koursi , S.Mitra , G.Bearfield
    "Harmonising Safety Management Systems in the European Railway Sector"
  2. Mark Dabekaussen,Tjerk van der Schaaf & Linda Wright,
    "Improving incident analysis in the Dutch railway sector"
  3. Paul Heimplaetzer & Carsten Busch,
    "Safety management in Rail infrastructure"
  4. D.M. Hanea, H.M. Jagtman, S. Sillem & J.W.F. Wiersma,
    Modelling self-reliance, evacuation and fire fighting activities during a large fire in a public building – a dynamic approach
  5. Twisk, D & Mesken, J.,
    PREVENT - Education to improve road safety around work zones
  6. Mukasa William Senyonjo & Miti Ronaldley,
    A construction industry disaster due to the collapse of a hotel complex that dramatically advanced the cause of safety and health in Uganda” [pdf 53KB]
  7. Nielsen, KJ MSc & Mikkelsen, KL MD. Ph.D.,
    Predictive factors for self-reported occupational injuries at 3 manufacturing plants
  8. Zwanikken A.L.J., Jongen M.J.M. , Popma, J.R., Gallis H.R. and Zwetsloot G.I.J.M.,
    Tackling occupational hazards at source. A search for innovative methods to implement source-directed strategies
  9. Venema, A., Bloemhoff, A., Ybema, J.F. & Stam, C.A.
    Monitoring occupational accidents in The Netherlands: does it work for prevention?