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These articles belong to the independent, peer reviewed scientific journal “Safety Science Monitor”. Please note that it has not been updated since publication and does not necessarily reflect the views of EU-OSHA

Ano: 2017

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Volume: 20

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Edição: 1

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Artigo: 6
Road crashes are one of the major causes of morbidity and mortality worldwide, especially in developing countries like Iran. One of the most important types of single vehicle crashes regarding to injury severity risk is rollover crashes. While…
Ano: 2017

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Volume: 20

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Edição: 1

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Artigo: 5
A literature review (Engström, Angrén, Björnstig and Saveman, 2017) of mass-casualty incidents in the underground mining industry, with emphasis on factors relevant to the EMS (Emergency Medical Services) identified only a few scientific reports…
Ano: 2017

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Volume: 20

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Edição: 1

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Artigo: 4
Developing effective intervention methods to decrease the number of occupational accidents in working life is important and urgent. A substantial amount of previous research has convincingly shown that a good safety climate is an antecedent of…
Ano: 2017

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Volume: 20

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Edição: 1

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Artigo: 3
Work accidents and injuries have serious consequences for victims, for the environment and for society. The societal pressure to prevent accidents and improve safety in the oil and gas industry is strong, and the industry has correspondingly had a…
Ano: 2017

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Volume: 20

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Edição: 1

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Artigo: 2
Given today’s business environment as both dynamic and uncertain, benchmarking for the experts when managing the unexpected is important. Organizational change is a process that will clearly handle unexpected situations. However, within the…
Ano: 2017

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Volume: 20

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Edição: 1

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Artigo: 1
Occupational health and safety is a major concern to many countries since occupational accidents represent a major source of risk. In 2010, accidents at work killed 3691 workers in in EU-28, while 2721629 workers were injured , with absence of work…
Ano: 2016

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Volume: 19

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Edição: 2

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Artigo: 8
This paper presents findings from an empirical study of the current situation with geographical focus on two rivers in the north of Sweden, encompassing parts of the indigenous territory Sápmi. The major focus in Sweden with regards to “dam safety”…
Ano: 2016

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Volume: 19

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Edição: 2

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Artigo: 7
Management of OHS risks and operational risks in the same process is becoming an unavoidable necessity (Zwetsloot et al. 2007). Studies have shown that if OHS issues are addressed appropriately, improved efficiency and productivity can result…
Ano: 2015

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Volume: 19

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Edição: 2

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Artigo: 6
Hämäläinen and colleagues (1) estimated the global number of fatal occupational accidents in 2003 to reach 360 000. The construction industry is one of the worst affected occupational sectors; among European construction workers 4.8% reported one or…
Ano: 2015

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Volume: 19

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Edição: 2

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Artigo: 5
On 21 September 2001 a disaster occurred at the AZF fertiliser factory in Toulouse, France. Inspection reports1 stated that the hangar in which the explosion occurred did not comply with chemical industry regulations in force at the time. In its…