Volume 16, Issue 1, 2012
The topics of this issue include the use of mobile phones while driving, the health problems of software professionals in Mumbai, enterprise size and injuries among Danish construction workers, and prevention through experience feedback from the rescue services.
Michel Guillemin’s editorial demand that we renew our efforts and define occupational health in a more comprehensive manner.
New original submissions – of interesting contributions to the science of safety – are very welcome.
Tore J Larsson
- ADAM P. KNOWLDEN, MANOJ SHARMA.
"Health belief model predictors of undergraduate students’ engagement in short messaging services while operating a motor vehicle"
- BETINA HOLBÆK PEDERSEN, HARALD HANNERZ, ULLA CHRISTENSEN.
"The effect of enterprise size on the risk of hospital treated injuries among all male manual construction workers in Denmark, 2000-2006"
- S.R. SHRIVASTAVA, P.S.BOBHATE.
"Computer related health problems among software professionals in Mumbai - a cross-sectional study"
- ANNA-KARIN LINDBERG, SVEN OVE HANSSON.
"Accident prevention through experience feedback from the rescue services - a study of incident reports in Sweden"
- EWA ROLFSMAN, PER-OLOF BYLUND, BRITT-INGER SAVEMAN.
"Single injury incidents among pedestrians and bicyclists in northern Sweden – safety and preventive issues"
- LENA ALMÉN, TORE J. LARSSON, EVA-LOTTA THUNQVIST.
"The influence of the designer on the risk of falling from heights and of exposure to excessive workloads on two construction sites"