Volume 13, Issue 2, 2009
The articles in this issue are the first eight from the Safety Science Monitor proceedings of the 4th Workingonsafety Conference, 30 Sep-3 Oct 2008 at Creta Maris, organized by the International Network on the Prevention of Accidents & Trauma at Work.
The subjects covered in this issue include risk analysis (Greece, Iran), road safety (Denmark, Ireland), training (Germany, Netherlands), safety culture (Australia) and in-patient safety (Norway).
Tore J Larsson
- K. MASUHR, D. WINDEMUTH, E. TASKAN-KARAMUERSEL.
"Development of an evaluation instrumen to predict effectiveness from training in occupational health and safety"
- GEORGE SKROUMPELOS, VASSILIS MOUSTAKIS.
" Methodological framework for conducting a risk assessment study"
- D. BORYS.
"Exploring risk-awareness as a cultural approach to safety: exposing the gap between work as imagined and work as actually preformed"]
- S. GRØN.
"Six reasons why hours of service regulations for truck drivers are violated"
- A. DRUMMOND, D. A. CUSACK.
"Using coroner’s narrative data to identify work-related road-traffic fatalities in Ireland"
- J.ADL, Z.NEZAMODDINI.
"Safety assessment in drinking water chlorInation stations"
- K. AASE, S. WIIG, S. HØYLAND. "Safety first!? Organizational efficiency trends and their influence on safety"
- ANNICK STARREN, ANJA DIJKMAN, DOLF VAN DER BEEK, RAPHAEL GALLIS.
"Improving safety at work for low-skilled and high-risk work"