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
Editor
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Editorial

Articles:

  1. K. MASUHR, D. WINDEMUTH, E. TASKAN-KARAMUERSEL.
    "Development of an evaluation instrumen to predict effectiveness from training in occupational health and safety"
  2. GEORGE SKROUMPELOS, VASSILIS MOUSTAKIS.
    " Methodological framework for conducting a risk assessment study"
  3. D. BORYS.
    "Exploring risk-awareness as a cultural approach to safety: exposing the gap between work as imagined and work as actually preformed"]
  4. S. GRØN.
    "Six reasons why hours of service regulations for truck drivers are violated"
  5. A. DRUMMOND, D. A. CUSACK.
    "Using coroner’s narrative data to identify work-related road-traffic fatalities in Ireland"
  6. J.ADL, Z.NEZAMODDINI.
    "Safety assessment in drinking water chlorInation stations"
  7. K. AASE, S. WIIG, S. HØYLAND. "Safety first!? Organizational efficiency trends and their influence on safety"
  8. ANNICK STARREN, ANJA DIJKMAN, DOLF VAN DER BEEK, RAPHAEL GALLIS.
    "Improving safety at work for low-skilled and high-risk work"