Preliminary Detailed Scientific Program

Tuesday, October 3

15:00–19:00
Registration
19:00
Opening and Welcome reception
 
 

Wednesday, October 4

09:00–09:45
Prague A+B+C+D
Keynote Lecture

Chairs: TBA

Foundations of risk assessment and management, with applications to occupational safety
Terje Aven (Professor of Risk analysis and Risk management at University of Stavanger, Norway & Principal researcher at International Research Institute of Stavanger)

09:45–10:30
Prague A+B+C+D
Keynote Lecture

Chairs: TBA

From safety research to implementation of the results
Olivier Salvi (President of INERIS DÉVELOPPEMENT SAS, France & General manager of EU-VRi & Secretary General of ETPIS)

10:30–11:00
Coffee break
11:00–11:45
Prague A+B+C+D
Keynote Lecture

Chairs: TBA

Resilience in occupational accident prevention: Handling uncertainty in the workplace
Linda Bellamy (Managing Director and Consultant at White Queen BV, the Netherlands)

11:45–12:30
Prague A+B+C+D
Keynote Lecture

Chairs: TBA

Implementing a culture of prevention
Lars Hoffmann (Vice President for Occupational Health and Safety and Technical Risks at Siemens, Germany)

12:30–13:30
Lunch
13:30–14:45
Prague A+B
TS 1.6 Developments in qualitative analysis of accidents, risk and safety – the methodological legacy of Barry Turner 1

Chairs: TBA

ID: 95

Preferred topic: 1.6 Developments in qualitative analysis of accidents, risk and safety – the methodological legacy of Barry Turner

Investigating safety and accidents with fieldwork and organizational ethnography: A review of 20 years of research
Kenneth A. Pettersen (University of Stavanger, Stavanger, Norway)

ID: 21

Preferred topic: 1.6 Developments in qualitative analysis of accidents, risk and safety – the methodological legacy of Barry Turner

Two Different Qualitative Cyberneticians: Barry Turner and Jens Rasmussen
Patrick Waterson (Human Factors and Complex Systems, Loughborough University, Loughborough, UK)

ID: 36

Preferred topic: 1.6 Developments in qualitative analysis of accidents, risk and safety – the methodological legacy of Barry Turner

Doing qualitative research in safety science
Stian Antonsen (Safety Research, SINTEF Technology & Society, Trondheim, Norway)

ID: 39

Preferred topic: 1.6 Developments in qualitative analysis of accidents, risk and safety – the methodological legacy of Barry Turner

Going emic: The ability of qualitative methods to steep researchers in local practices of operation, safety, and oversight
David Paterno (School of Property, Construction and Project Management, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia)

ID: 30

Preferred topic: 1.6 Developments in qualitative analysis of accidents, risk and safety – the methodological legacy of Barry Turner

Conceptual ethnography in safety in the footsteps of Turner
Jean-Christophe Le Coze (DRA HUGO, INERIS, Verneuil en Halatte, France)

13:30–14:45
Prague C+D
TS 2.3 Occupational safety for temporary workers and further challenges + 2.4 Controlling risks related to robots and other smart machinery of Industry 4.0 workplaces + 2.5 Impact of stress and fatigue on occupational safety

Chairs: TBA

ID: 38

Preferred topic: 2.3 Occupational safety for temporary workers and further challenges

Ensuring contract worker safety in complex organisational systems
Jan Hayes (RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia)

ID: 90

Preferred topic: 2.3 Occupational safety for temporary workers and further challenges

Epidemiologic and temporal trends of work-related injuries in expatriate workers in a high-income rapidly developing country: evidence for prioritization and partnership
Rafael Consunji (Hamad General Hospital, Hamad Medical Corporation, A Unified Registry for Workplace Injury Prevention in Qatar (WURQ), Hamad Injury Prevention Program, Hamad Trauma Center, Doha, Qatar)

ID: 142

Preferred topic: 2.4 Controlling risks related to robots and other smart machinery of Industry 4.0 workplaces

Anticipating change: EU-OSHA's foresight on new and emerging OSH risks associated with ICT and work location by 2025
Annick Starren (Prevention and Research unit., EU-OSHA, Bilbao, Spain)

ID: 25

Preferred topic: 2.5 Impact of stress and fatigue on occupational safety

Working conditions, fatigue and safety in Norwegian maritime transport
Tor-Olav Nævestad (Institute of transport economics, Oslo, Norway)

 

ID: 65

Preferred topic: 2.5 Impact of stress and fatigue on occupational safety

Developments in working long and unsocial hours in a Danish prospective cohort study on family and work life
Hans H. K. Sønderstrup-Andersen (People and Technology, Roskilde University, Roskilde, Denmark)

13:30–14:45
Cracow I+II
TS 3.3 Safety climate and safety culture – assessment and promotion strategies 1

Chairs: TBA

ID: 12

Preferred topic: 3.3 Safety climate and safety culture – assessment and promotion strategies

Safety culture in a shipping company. Evidence from two surveys 13 years apart
Jon Ivar Håvold (Norwegian University of Science and Technology NTNU, Ålesund, Norway)

ID: 28

Preferred topic: 3.3 Safety climate and safety culture – assessment and promotion strategies

Road safety culture among bus and HGV drivers in Norway and Greece: examining the importance of national, sectorial and organizational safety culture for road safety behaviour
Tor-Olav Nævestad (Institute of transport economics, Oslo, Norway)

ID: 41

Preferred topic: 3.3 Safety climate and safety culture – assessment and promotion strategies

Safety leadership at construction sites – The relative importance of leadership behaviours for safety climate, safety behaviour and accident occurrence
Martin Grill (Gothenburg University, Gotenburg, Sweden)

ID: 42

Preferred topic: 3.3 Safety climate and safety culture – assessment and promotion strategies

Construction site managers' leadership practices and their influence on safety climate – an observational study of transformational, active transactional and passive/avoidant leadership
Kent J. Nielsen (Occupational Medicine, Regional Hospital West Jutland, Herning, Denmark)

ID: 49

Preferred topic: 3.3 Safety climate and safety culture – assessment and promotion strategies

International leading indicators for a culture of prevention
Ulrike Bollmann (International Cooperation, Institute for Work and Health of the German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV), Dresden, Germany)

14:45–15:00
Break
15:00–16:15
Prague A+B
TS 1.6 Developments in qualitative analysis of accidents, risk and safety – the methodological legacy of Barry Turner 2

Chairs: TBA

ID: 29

Preferred topic: 1.6 Developments in qualitative analysis of accidents, risk and safety – the methodological legacy of Barry Turner

“Tough Love” – Unpacking the Dynamics of Barry Turner’s (1978) Stage 6: Cultural Readjustment Following Disaster
Matthew Whitehead (Human Factors and Complex Systems, Loughborough University, Loughborough, UK)

ID: 37

Preferred topic: 1.6 Developments in qualitative analysis of accidents, risk and safety – the methodological legacy of Barry Turner

STS as grounded theory: Opportunities and examples in safety science
Torgeir K. Haavik (NTNU Social Research, Trondheim, Norway)

ID: 53

Preferred topic: 1.6 Developments in qualitative analysis of accidents, risk and safety – the methodological legacy of Barry Turner

Access, methods and knowledge: lessons from the past for the future
Mathilde S. Bourrier (Department of Sociology and Institute of Sociological Research, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland)

ID: 145

Preferred topic: 1.6 Developments in qualitative analysis of accidents, risk and safety – the methodological legacy of Barry Turner

Understanding (organizational) practices in safety research: Pros and cons of qualitative research methods and some implications for future research
Tor Erik Evjemo (Department of Safety Research, SINTEF Technology and Society, Trondheim, Norway)

ID: 156

Preferred topic: 1.6 Developments in qualitative analysis of accidents, risk and safety – the methodological legacy of Barry Turner

Combining lenses – the pragmatics of methods employed in safety science
Trond Kongsvik (Department of Industrial Economics and Technology Management, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway)

15:00–16:15
Prague C+D
TS 2.1 Translating and transfer of research outputs into practice 1

Chairs: TBA

ID: 44

Preferred topic: 2.1 Translating and transfer of research outputs into practice

Accidents at Brazilian electric distribution network: constructing prevention strategies from the collaborative analysis.
Ildeberto M. Almeida (Public Health, Botucatu Medical School, Paulista State University (UNESP), Botucatu, Brazil)

ID: 47

Preferred topic: 2.1 Translating and transfer of research outputs into practice

A network perspective on safety in a high reliability organization
Colin Pilbeam (School of Management, Cranfield University, Cranfield, UK)

ID: 51

Preferred topic: 2.1 Translating and transfer of research outputs into practice

How does the nuclear industry learn from operating experiences?
Henriikka Ratilainen (Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Helsinki, Finland)

ID: 81

Preferred topic: 2.1 Translating and transfer of research outputs into practice

Development of a database for effective safety interventions
Jakko Van Kampen (National Institute for Public Health and the Environment, Bilthoven, the Netherlands)

15:00–16:15
Cracow I+II
TS 3.3 Safety climate and safety culture – assessment and promotion strategies 2

Chairs: TBA

ID: 59

Preferred topic: 3.3 Safety climate and safety culture – assessment and promotion strategies

Translation of a safety culture training program from one industry context to another – important factors to consider
Ruth Ø. Skotnes (International Research Institute of Stavanger (IRIS), Stavanger, Norway)

ID: 67

Preferred topic: 3.3 Safety climate and safety culture – assessment and promotion strategies

Safety Culture Assurance by Auditing – limits and possibilities
Teemu Reiman (Fennovoima, Helsinki, Finland)

ID: 77

Preferred topic: 3.3 Safety climate and safety culture – assessment and promotion strategies

External assessment of safety culture by inspectors of Post Seveso companies
Gerard Zwetsloot (Gerard Zwetsloot Research & Consultancy / Nottingham University, Amsterdam, the Netherlands)

ID: 78

Preferred topic: 3.3 Safety climate and safety culture – assessment and promotion strategies

Megatrends and their impact on work – challenges for OSH
Sabine Herbst (German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV), Sankt Augustin, Germany)

ID: 86

Preferred topic: 3.3 Safety climate and safety culture – assessment and promotion strategies

Promoting occupational health and safety – what is the role of co-operation?
Hanna Uusitalo (Finnish Institution of Occupational Health, Tampere, Finland)

16:15–16:45
Coffee break
16:45–18:00
Prague A+B
TS 1.6 Developments in qualitative analysis of accidents, risk and safety – the methodological legacy of Barry Turner 3

Chairs: TBA

ID: 32

Preferred topic: 1.6 Developments in qualitative analysis of accidents, risk and safety – the methodological legacy of Barry Turner

A situated knowledge management approach to improve occupational health and safety in the fire brigade
Johan M. Sanne (IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute, Stockholm, Sweden)

ID: 149

Preferred topic: 1.6 Developments in qualitative analysis of accidents, risk and safety – the methodological legacy of Barry Turner

A Business Intelligence Tool for Accident Analysis in Serbian Mining Practice
Nikola Lilic (Mining Engineering, Faculty of Mining and Geology, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia)

ID: 124

Preferred topic: 1.6 Developments in qualitative analysis of accidents, risk and safety – the methodological legacy of Barry Turner

Safety induction of young newcomers in the Danish metal industry: What happens in practice?
Astrid Jørgensen (The National Research Centre for the Working Environment, Copenhagen, Denmark)

ID: 115

Preferred topic: 1.6 Developments in qualitative analysis of accidents, risk and safety – the methodological legacy of Barry Turner

The grey areas of rule bending in the transport sector – An ethnograhic study
Christian Henrik Alexander Kuran (Institute for Industrial Economics, Risk Management and Planning, University of Stavanger, Stavanger, Norway)

ID: 63

Preferred topic: 1.6 Developments in qualitative analysis of accidents, risk and safety – the methodological legacy of Barry Turner

A multiperspective account of safety (MUPSY)
Ragnar Rosness (SINTEF, Trondheim, Norway)

16:45–18:00
Prague C+D
TS 2.2 OSH consequences of free movement of workforce + 2.1 Translating and transfer of research outputs into practice 2

Chairs: TBA

ID: 26

Preferred topic: 2.2 OSH consequences of free movement of workforce

Potential safety influences of communication and language difficulties at sea: a comparison of vessels with and without multinational crews
Tor-Olav Nævestad (Institute of transport economics, Oslo, Norway)

ID: 103

Preferred topic: 2.1 Translating and transfer of research outputs into practice

From scientific knowledge to practice: Implementation of an uncertainty -based risk perspective in HSE Regulations
Ole Andreas Engen (University of Stavanger, Stavanger, Norway)

ID: 134

Preferred topic: 2.1 Translating and transfer of research outputs into practice

Systematic review of safety interventions: what works for whom under what conditions?
Johnny Dyreborg (Division of Accident Prevention and Safety Culture, National Research Centre for the Working Environment, Copenhagen, Denmark)

ID: 98

Preferred topic: 2.1 Translating and transfer of research outputs into practice

Reducing risk amongst those driving during work
Mark J. M. Sullman (Cranfield University, Cranfield, UK)

16:45–18:00
Cracow I+II
TS 3.3 Safety climate and safety culture – assessment and promotion strategies 3

Chairs: TBA

ID: 99

Preferred topic: 3.3 Safety climate and safety culture – assessment and promotion strategies

International contexts and safety culture
Tom W. Reader (Psychological and Behavioural Science, London School of Economics, London, UK)

ID: 106

Preferred topic: 3.3 Safety climate and safety culture – assessment and promotion strategies

A comparative questionnaire study of Swedish and Danish construction workers’ values, attitudes and perceptions of working conditions, with relevance for occupational safety
Anders Pousette (Gothenburg University, Gothenburg, Sweden)

ID: 135

Preferred topic: 3.3 Safety climate and safety culture – assessment and promotion strategies

Exploring Patterns Of Multiple Climates And Their Effects On Safety Performance At The Department Level
Sílvia Agostinho Silva (ISCTE-IUL- Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, BRU-IUL, Lisboa, Portugal)

ID: 139

Preferred topic: 3.3 Safety climate and safety culture – assessment and promotion strategies

From traditional occupational safety work to systematic leisure time safety promoting in Finnish companies
Toni Hyytinen (Tampere University of Technology, Tampere, Finland)

ID: 141

Preferred topic: 3.3 Safety climate and safety culture – assessment and promotion strategies

Promoting positive safety culture for maritime industry by applying Safety-II perspective in incident reporting and analysis
Anna-Maria Teperi (Safety Solutions, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Helsinki, Finland)

20:00
Social program
 
 

Thursday, October 5

09:00–09:45
Prague A+B+C+D
Keynote Lecture

Chairs: TBA

Leadership Culture & Risk Management
David Tjong (Global Director of HS&E at Ideal Standard International, Belgium – responsible for the European, Middle East & Africa, Asia Pacific and South America region)

09:45–10:30
Prague A+B+C+D
Keynote Lecture

Chairs: TBA

Education and Training. Pre-requisite for safety
Janis Jansz (Senior lecturer at Curtin University, Australia & Director of World Safety Organisation National Office for Australia & Director of the ILO Collaboration Research Centre)

10:30–11:00
Coffee break
11:00–12:30
Prague A+B
TS 1.6 Developments in qualitative analysis of accidents, risk and safety – the methodological legacy of Barry Turner 4

Chairs: TBA

ID: 146

Preferred topic: 1.6 Developments in qualitative analysis of accidents, risk and safety – the methodological legacy of Barry Turner

After the Event: An analysis of Post and Pre-event Strategies for Crisis Prevention and Management
Edward P. Borodzicz (Business and Enterprise, University of Western Scotland, Paisley, UK)

ID: 137

Preferred topic: 1.6 Developments in qualitative analysis of accidents, risk and safety – the methodological legacy of Barry Turner

Developments in analysis of severe adverse events in healthcare – Policy and practice in Norway
Siri Wiig (Health Studies, University of Stavanger, Stavanger, Norway)

ID: 152

Preferred topic: 1.6 Developments in qualitative analysis of accidents, risk and safety – the methodological legacy of Barry Turner

From Safety to Security: Organizational challenges in Industrial Cyber Security (ICS)
Alberto Zanutto (School of computing, Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK)

11:00–12:30
Prague C+D
TS 5.1 Role, knowledge and skills of OSH professionals towards accident prevention + 5.2 Effectiveness of OSH training in companies 1

Chairs: TBA

ID: 2

Preferred topic: 5.1 Role, knowledge and skills of OSH professionals towards accident prevention

Bridging the divide between OHS and process safety
Trish Kerin (Safety Centre, Institution of Chemical Engineers, Melbourne, Australia)

ID: 17

Preferred topic: 5.1 Role, knowledge and skills of OSH professionals towards accident prevention

What role do OSH professionals play in the construction of industrial safety in their organization?
Fanny Guennoc (INERIS and University of South Brittany, Lorient, France)

ID: 22

Preferred topic: 5.2 Effectiveness of OSH training in companies

Safety learning among young newly employed in three trades – the role of the profession?
Regine Grytnes (Danish Ramazzini Center, Regional Hospital West Jutland – University Research Clinic, Herning, Denmark)

ID: 34

Preferred topic: 5.2 Effectiveness of OSH training in companies

The effect of a manual material handling training on participant's knowledge: SsObserWork
Anna M. Senye-Mir (Autonomous University of Barcelona, Bellaterra, Cerdanyola del Vallès, Spain)

ID: 35

Preferred topic: 5.2 Effectiveness of OSH training in companies

An observational instrument to evaluate posture change due to a manual material handling training: SsObserWork
Anna M. Senye-Mir (Autonomous University of Barcelona, Bellaterra, Cerdanyola del Vallès, Spain)

ID: 68

Preferred topic: 5.2 Effectiveness of OSH training in companies

Addressing essential skills gaps in occupational health and safety training: a pilot study
Ron Saunders (Knowledge Transfer and Exchange, Institute for Work & Health, Toronto, Canada)

11:00–12:30
Cracow I+II
TS 3.4 Lessons learned from occupational accidents and near-misses

Chairs: TBA

ID: 46

Preferred topic: 3.4 Lessons learned from occupational accidents and near-misses

Tragedy at the Kiss Nightclub: Between managerial failures and complex causality
Ildeberto M. Almeida (Public Health, São Paulo State University (UNESP), Medical School, Botucatu, Botucatu, Brazil)

ID: 61

Preferred topic: 3.4 Lessons learned from occupational accidents and near-misses

Accident Analysis as a Surveillance Tool in Workers’ Health
José Marçal Jackson Filho (Fundacentro/PR, Curitiba, Brazil)

ID: 92

Preferred topic: 3.4 Lessons learned from occupational accidents and near-misses

Case study: Securing work in the danger zone of falling rock hazards during road rehabilitation in Albania
Urban Kjellén (Industrial Economics and Technology Management, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway)

ID: 113

Preferred topic: 3.4 Lessons learned from occupational accidents and near-misses

Hazardous constructions or contradistinctive contexts? Why there are more fatalities in the construction industry than in the petroleum industry in Norway
Kinga Wasilkiewicz (Department of Industrial Economics and Technology Management, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway)

ID: 147

Preferred topic: 3.4 Lessons learned from occupational accidents and near-misses

Accidents in the construction industry in Norway: Identifying hazards, accident types, barrier failures and causal factors as a basis for prioritisation and developing preventive measures
Stig Winge (Department of Industrial Economics and Technology Management, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway)

ID: 154

Preferred topic: 3.4 Lessons learned from occupational accidents and near-misses

A new accident causation model: its theory and applications
Gui Fu (China University of Mining and Technology, Beijing, Beijing, China)

12:30–13:30
Lunch
13:30–14:45
Prague A+B
TS 4.3 The future of safety regulation

Chairs: TBA

ID: 8

Preferred topic: 4.3 The future of safety regulation

The Future of Health and Safety Regulation & the Role of Different Stakeholders in Health and Safety Legislation
George Boustras (CERISE, European University Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus)

ID: 11

Preferred topic: 4.3 The future of safety regulation

Responsive regulation in OHS: utilising pyramids of support and enforcement to influence OHS improvement in a high risk industry
Peter Thorning (Workplace Health and Safety Queensland (and Queensland University of Technology), Queensland Government, Brisbane, Australia)

ID: 74

Preferred topic: 4.3 The future of safety regulation

Critical analysis on occupational safety and hygiene law and its implementation: a case study of Vietnam’s rubber industry
Tran T. N. Suong (Ton Duc Thang University, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam)

ID: 76

Preferred topic: 4.3 The future of safety regulation

Asymmetrical power relations in dialogue based regulation in the petroleum industry
Ulla Forseth (Department of Sociology and Political Science, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway)

ID: 108

Preferred topic: 4.3 The future of safety regulation

Foreseeing alternative futures of safety regulation
Marja Ylönen (Technical Research Centre of Finland (VTT), Espoo, Finland)

13:30–14:45
Prague C+D
TS 5.2 Effectiveness of OSH training in companies 2

Chairs: TBA

ID: 91

Preferred topic: 5.2 Effectiveness of OSH training in companies

To sink or (to learn) to swim – why safety is not an issue in retail induction practices
Mette Lykke Nielsen (The Danish Centre for Youth Research, Aalborg University, Copenhagen, Denmark)

ID: 105

Preferred topic: 5.2 Effectiveness of OSH training in companies

Safety training parks – a case study on the effectiveness of the trainings
Tuula Räsänen (Solutions for safety, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Tampere, Finland)

ID: 120

Preferred topic: 5.2 Effectiveness of OSH training in companies

Predictors of safety training transfer support as in-role behavior of OHS professionals
Sílvia Agostinho Silva (ISCTE-IUL- Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, BRU-IUL, Lisboa, Portugal)

ID: 121

Preferred topic: 5.2 Effectiveness of OSH training in companies

A concept for developing safety leadership competencies of the managers
Sari Tappura (Tampere University of Technology, Tampere, Finland)

ID: 148

Preferred topic: 5.2 Effectiveness of OSH training in companies

Traditional Learning vs Virtual Learning in maintenance operations: thoughts and reflections from a safety perspective
Alberto Martinetti (Design, Production and Management, University of Twente, Enschede, the Netherlands)

13:30–14:45
Cracow I+II
TS 3.3 Safety climate and safety culture – assessment and promotion strategies + 3.4 Lessons learned from occupational accidents and near-misses + 3.5 Other sectoral case studies and good practices in occupational accident prevention

Chairs: TBA

ID: 144

Preferred topic: 3.3 Safety climate and safety culture – assessment and promotion strategies

The Safety Culture Award competition as a tool for assessment of the safety culture in industry enterprises in the Czech Republic and Slovakia
Ivana Slováčková (Faculty of Safety Engineering, VŠB – Technical University of Ostrava, Ostrava, Czech Republic)

ID: 155

Preferred topic: 3.4 Lessons learned from occupational accidents and near-misses

Analysis of Emergency Decision Making Environment in Underground Coal Mines – A case study
Chandra Shekhar Singh (Coal India Limited, Kolkata Area, India)

ID: 1

Preferred topic: 3.5 Other sectoral case studies and good practices in occupational accident prevention

Improvement of human behaviour – practical experience from Nuclear power plant construction in Slovakia
Marek Rolinec (Výstavba 3. a 4. bloku jadrovej elektrárne, Slovenské elektrárne a.s., Mochovce, Slovakia)

ID: 23

Preferred topic: 3.5 Other sectoral case studies and good practices in occupational accident prevention

What are the safety outcomes of “Traffic Safe Municipalities”? Developing and testing a template for evaluation
Tor-Olav Nævestad (Institute of transport economics, Oslo, Norway)

14:45–15:00
Break
15:00–16:15
Prague A+B
TS 4.2 Governmental vs non-governmental regulation + 4.4 Modern labour inspection practices

Chairs: TBA

ID: 15

Preferred topic: Other

Tools for Vision zero to come true
Sven Timm (Central Prevention Division, German Social Accident Insurance DGUV, Sankt Augustin, Germany)

ID: 57

Preferred topic: 4.2 Governmental vs non-governmental regulation

How deregulation can become overregulation. An empirical study into the growth of internal process and bureaucracy when governments take a step back
Kristine V Størkersen (NTNU Samfunnsforskning/Societal Research, Trondheim, Norway)

ID: 58

Preferred topic: 4.4 Modern labour inspection practices

Development of tailored safety performance metrics for the inspection in Chinese enterprises
Yunxiao Fan (School of Eng. & Tec., China University of Geosciences (Beijing), Beijing, China)

ID: 116

Preferred topic: 4.4 Modern labour inspection practices

Risk-based labour inspection by means of machine learning
Øyvind Dahl (Safety Research, SINTEF Technology and Society, Trondheim, Norway)

15:00–16:15
Prague C+D
TS 1.1 Emerging methods and tools in risk assessment for occupational accident prevention + 1.4 Resilience vs risk-based regulatory approaches

Chairs: TBA

ID: 83

Preferred topic: 1.1 Emerging methods and tools in risk assessment for occupational accident prevention

Influence of temperature and surroundings humidity on scaffolding work comfort
Patrycja Cyniak (Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Environmental Engineering, Lodz University of Technology, Łódź, Poland)

ID: 107

Preferred topic: 1.1 Emerging methods and tools in risk assessment for occupational accident prevention

Gender differences in work-related upper limb symptoms – Do we need to consider a gender-sensitive risk assessment?
Birgit A. Greiner (Epidemiology & Public Health, University College Cork, Cork, Ireland)

ID: 150

Preferred topic: 1.1 Emerging methods and tools in risk assessment for occupational accident prevention

Safety science, and safety management, from the 1970s till Piper Alpha
Paul Swuste (Safety Science Group, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands, Delft, the Netherlands)

ID: 62

Preferred topic: 1.4 Resilience vs risk-based regulatory approaches

Resilience Story Cards: a practical tool that helps decision-making in uncertainty
Monique Chambon (National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), Bilthoven, the Netherlands)

ID: 82

Preferred topic: 1.4 Resilience vs risk-based regulatory approaches

Risk Regulatory dilemmas in Socio-technical systems
Ole Andreas Engen (SEROS-Centre of Risk Management and Societal Safety, University of Stavanger, Stavanger, Norway)

15:00–16:15
Cracow I+II
TS 3.5 Other sectoral case studies and good practices in occupational accident prevention

Chairs: TBA

ID: 56

Preferred topic: 3.5 Other sectoral case studies and good practices in occupational accident prevention

Swedish strategies for injury prevention in agriculture
Peter Lundqvist (Department of Work Science, Business Economics and Environmental Psychology, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Alnarp, Sweden)

ID: 64

Preferred topic: 3.5 Other sectoral case studies and good practices in occupational accident prevention

OSH management in waste management companies in Portugal: A preliminary study
Matilde A. Rodrigues (Environmental Health, School of Health of Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Porto, Portugal)

ID: 100

Preferred topic: 3.5 Other sectoral case studies and good practices in occupational accident prevention

Patterns of safety. Some overarching results and conclusions from a comparative study of safety in Swedish and Danish construction industry – SveDan
Marianne Törner (Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Sahlgrenska Acedemy, University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden)

ID: 122

Preferred topic: 3.5 Other sectoral case studies and good practices in occupational accident prevention

A model for managing OHS in Finnish vocational training and education provider organisations
Sari Tappura (Tampere University of Technology, Tampere, Finland)

ID: 140

Preferred topic: 3.5 Other sectoral case studies and good practices in occupational accident prevention

Measures for the prevention of violence in Emergency Departments
Juha Vasara (Industrial and Information Management, Tampere University of Technology, Tampere, Finland)

16:15–16:45
Coffee break
16:45–18:15
Prague A+B
TS 5.3 Integrating safety into mainstream education and professional and vocational training

Chairs: TBA

ID: 27

Preferred topic: 5.3 Integrating safety into mainstream education and professional and vocational training

Training of non-technical skills for maritime officers: a prerequisite for safety
Aud Wahl (Department of Industrial Economics and Technology Management, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway)

ID: 60

Preferred topic: 5.3 Integrating safety into mainstream education and professional and vocational training

Biorhythms for Injury Prevention and Safety Awareness in Vocational Training Institute: An Indian Case Study
Pravinkumar Digambarrao Ukhlikar (Government Industrial Training Institute Latur Maharashtra State India, Latur, India)

ID: 84

Preferred topic: 5.3 Integrating safety into mainstream education and professional and vocational training

The integration of safety and health into the education chain: an empirical study of good-practice examples on www.enetosh.net
Robert Gründler (WissensImpuls, Dresden, Germany)

ID: 85

Preferred topic: 5.3 Integrating safety into mainstream education and professional and vocational training

Training plan in H&S for volunteers
Alicia Prieto-Sanchez (Civil Proteccion volunteer, SAMUR-Protección Civil, Madrid, Spain)

ID: 112

Preferred topic: 5.3 Integrating safety into mainstream education and professional and vocational training

Integrating Safety into Mainstream Education and Professional and Vocational Training
John N. Coudounaris (Department of Labour Inspection Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus)

ID: 132

Preferred topic: 5.3 Integrating safety into mainstream education and professional and vocational training

An experience of University Education on OS&H at Politecnico of Turin
Elisabetta De Cillis (Department of Environment, Land and Infrastructure Engineering (DIATI), Polytechnic, Turin, Italy)

16:45–18:30
Prague C+D
TS 6.1 Understanding safety complexity: Which experts and which competences do we need? + 6.2 New generation of safety researchers 1 + 6.5 Rationality and irrationality in OSH + 6.6 Complexity in emerging OSH issues

Chairs: TBA

ID: 118

Preferred topic: 6.1 Understanding safety complexity: Which experts and which competences do we need?

Responses to institutional complexity associated with safety requirements in a large nuclear industry project
Nadezhda Gotcheva (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd., Tampere, Finland)

ID: 87

Preferred topic: 6.5 Rationality and irrationality in OSH

How can health and security interventions at work have a lasting impact inside companies
Florian Such (Freelance, Hyères, France)

ID: 131

Preferred topic: 6.6 Complexity in emerging OSH issues

Situation and Factors of Aggressive Behavior against Railway Station Staff in Japan Surveyed through Passengers’ Perceptions
Yasunori Okada (Human Science, Railway Technical Research Institute, Tokyo, Japan)

ID: 10

Preferred topic: 6.2 New generation of safety researchers

“Healthy Workplaces for all Ages” – Age related changes and occupational health and safety
George Boustras (Center for Risk, Safety and the Environment (CERISE), European University Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus)

ID: 24

Preferred topic: 6.2 New generation of safety researchers

Sensework
Torgeir K. Haavik (NTNU Social Research, Trondheim, Norway)

ID: 31

Preferred topic: 6.2 New generation of safety researchers

New direction in safety research – a new generation of safety researchers
Jean-Christophe Le Coze (DRA HUGO, INERIS, Verneuil en Halatte, France)

ID: 70

Preferred topic: 6.2 New generation of safety researchers

Towards actionable safety science
Kaupo Viitanen (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Espoo, Finland)

16:45–18:00
Cracow I+II
Workshop TS 3.3: Prevention cultures and OSH interventions – opening the black box of impact mechanisms in times of global changes of work

Chairs: David Walters & Britta Schmitt-Howe
Facilitator: Gerard Zwetsloot

Opening – welcome by the chair, purpose and agenda for the session

ID: 97

Preferred topic: 3.3 Safety climate and safety culture – assessment and promotion strategies

Safety and Health in Micro and Small Firms in the European Union: Reflections from a  study in nine Member States
David Walters (Cardiff Work Environment Research Centre, UK)

What kind of prevention cultures are prevailing? – Typical dialogues on occupational safety and health in German companies
Britta Schmitt-Howe (Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Berlin, Germany)

How to understand mechanisms that should make policy instruments impact workplace prevention
Klaus T. Nielsen (Centre for Working Life Studies, Roskilde University, Denmark)

Mandatory OHS management is mostly an ineffective 'side-car' because employers delegate it away to un-empowered line managers
Kaj Frick (Lulea Technical University, Sweden)

Prevention cultures and OSH interventions – European experiences with implementing the Zero Accident Vision (and its potentials for health and wellbeing at work)
Gerard Zwetsloot (Gerard Zwetsloot Research & Consultancy, Amsterdam, the Netherlands & Nottingham University, UK)

Discussion with the participants on impact mechanisms in times of global change

20:00
Social program
 
 

Friday, October 6

09:00–09:45
Prague A+B+C+D
Keynote Lecture

Chairs: TBA

Looking at safety: can we see one picture?
Pavel Danihelka (Professor of Risk management and Chemical safety at VSB-TUO, Czech Republic & President of Czech Technology Platform on Industrial Safety)

09:45–10:30
Prague A+B+C+D
Keynote Lecture

Chairs: TBA

“Vision Zero” – a non-governmental approach to safety
Hans-Horst Konkolewsky (Secretary General of the International Social Security Association, ISSA, Denmark)

10:30–11:00
Coffee break
11:00–12:30
Prague A+B
TS 4.1 Role of different stakeholders in safety regulation

Chairs: TBA

ID: 6

Preferred topic: 4.1 Role of different stakeholders in safety regulation

Fire safety regulation in practice: Challenges and achievements
Marta Sousa (CATIM – Technological Center for the Metal Working Industry, Porto, Portugal)

ID: 43

Preferred topic: 4.1 Role of different stakeholders in safety regulation

Work-related accidents in Norwegian road, sea and air transport: roles and responsibilities
Tor-Olav Nævestad (Institute of transport economics, Oslo, Norway)

ID: 96

Preferred topic: 4.1 Role of different stakeholders in safety regulation

Safety in the Arctic – the role of regulation and different stakeholders
Hanna Barbara Rasmussen (Centre of Maritime Health and Society, University of Southern Denmark, Esbjerg, Denmark)

ID: 117

Preferred topic: 4.1 Role of different stakeholders in safety regulation

The media and public action: online press coverage of an accident investigation in the road construction sector
José Marçal Jackson Filho (CEPR, FUNDACENTRO, Curitiba, Brazil)

ID: 143

Preferred topic: 4.1 Role of different stakeholders in safety regulation

Managing Safety-Related Compliance in Differing Market Areas
Juha Vasara (Industrial and Information Management, Tampere University of Technology, Tampere, Finland)

ID: 151

Preferred topic: 4.1 Role of different stakeholders in safety regulation

Societal risk governance in municipalities is based on a weak regulatory regime and unclear professional competence
Ove Njå (University of Stavanger, Stavanger, Norway)

11:00–12:30
Prague C+D
TS 6.2 New generation of safety researchers 2

Chairs: TBA

ID: 88

Preferred topic: 6.2 New generation of safety researchers

Differentiation, boundaries and safety culture
Stian Antonsen (Department of Safety Research, SINTEF Technology and Society, Trondheim, Norway)

ID: 93

Preferred topic: 6.2 New generation of safety researchers

The socio-technical drift of reliability
Kenneth Pettersen (University of Stavanger, Stavanger, Norway)

ID: 101

Preferred topic: 6.2 New generation of safety researchers

Visualising Safety
Jean-Christophe Le Coze (DRA HUGO, INERIS, Verneuil en Halatte, France)

ID: 111

Preferred topic: 6.2 New generation of safety researchers

Organizational trends towards standardization, and what this means for safety and resilience
Petter G. Almklov (Studio Apertura, NTNU Social Research, Trondheim, Norway)

ID: 130

Preferred topic: 6.2 New generation of safety researchers

Safety-I and Safety–II, Resilience and Antifragility paradigm: new investigation opportunities for young safety researchers
Alberto Martinetti (Design, Production and Management, University of Twente, Enschede, the Netherlands)

ID: 133

Preferred topic: 6.2 New generation of safety researchers

Some results of a modern approach to the OS&H problems
Paolo Fargione (Department of Environment, Land and Infrastructure Engineering (DIATI), Polytechnic, Turin, Italy

11:00–12:30
Cracow I+II
TS 3.1 Safe by design approaches to occupational accident prevention + 3.7. Enterprise risk management approaches and tools to support decision making process

Chairs: TBA

ID: 13

Preferred topic: 3.1 Safe by design approaches to occupational accident prevention

Improving occupational safety in in-house logistics with the aid of digital measures
Pia Perttula (Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Helsinki, Finland)

ID: 52

Preferred topic: 3.1 Safe by design approaches to occupational accident prevention

Working practices to reduce accidents and improve safety behaviours: a literature review
Colin Pilbeam (School of Management, Cranfield University, Cranfield, UK)

ID: 109

Preferred topic: 3.1 Safe by design approaches to occupational accident prevention

Chemical hazard risk in emergency services
Alicia Prieto-Sanchez (SAMUR-Protección Civil, Madrid, Spain)

ID: 71

Preferred topic: 3.7. Enterprise risk management approaches and tools to support decision making process

Applying Pareto approach in the prevention of occupational accidents in cement industry – a case study at Holcim Vietnam cement company
Tinh Xuan Thai (Ton Duc Thang University & Holcim Cement Company, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam)

ID: 80

Preferred topic: 3.7. Enterprise risk management approaches and tools to support decision making process

HSEQ assessment audit tool – consistency analysis of expert audits
Henri Jounila (Industrial engineering and management, University of Oulu, Oulu, Finland)

12:30
Closing lunch
 

Last update on August 17, 2017