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Artikler relevante for sikkerhetskultur og/eller regulering i transportsektoren:

Antonsen, Almklov, Fenstad. 2008. Reducing the gap between procedures and practice – lessons from a successful safety intervention. Safety Science Monitor 1, 2008, Article 2, volume 12.

Antonsen, S. (2009). Safety culture: Theory, method and improvement. Farnham: Ashgate.

Antonsen, S. (2009b): Safety culture and the issue of power. Safety Science, 47, 183–191.

Arboleda et al. 2003. Management practices as antecedents of safetyculture within the trucking industry: similarities and differences by hierarchical level Journal of Safety Research. Volume 34, Issue 2, April 2003, Pages 189–197

Bennett, S. (2008): Defensive capacity: the influence of the facilitation‐regulation space, Journal of Risk Research, 11:5, 597-616

Bjerkan, A.M. (2010): Health, environment, safety culture and climate – analysing the relationships to occupational accidents, Journal of Risk Research, 13:4, 445-477


Burns, Mearns, McGeorge. 2006. Explicit and Implicit Trust Within Safety Culture.  Risk Analysis. Volume 26, Issue 5, pages 1139–1150, October 2006

Bye & Lamvik. 2007. Professional culture and risk perception: Coping with danger on board small fishing boats and offshore service vessels Reliability Engineering & System Safety. Volume 92, Issue 12, December 2007, Pages 1756–1763

Bye, R., Kongsvik, T. & Hansson, L. (2002): Establishing a safety culture in a distributed offshore logistics activity. Bedford & van Gelder (eds). A.A. Balkema Publishers, Lisse.

Clarke, S. (1999): Perceptions of organizational safety: implications for the development of safety culture. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 20, 185-198.​

Clarke, S. (2000): Safety culture: Under-specified and overrated? International Journal of Management Reviews, 2, 65–90.​

Conchie & Donald. 2006. The Role of Distrust in Offshore Safety Performance. Risk Analysis Volume 26, Issue 5, pages 1151–1159, October 2006

Conchie. Donald, Taylor. 2006. Trust: Missing Piece(s) in the Safety Puzzle. Risk Analysis Volume 26, Issue 5, pages 1097–1104, October 2006

Cooper, M. D. (2000): Towards a model of safety culture. Safety Science, 36, 111-136.​

Cox, S. & Flin, R. (1998): Safety Culture: philosopher's stone or man of straw? Work Stress,12, 189-201.

Duijm, N. J. & Goossens, L. (2006): Quantifying the influence of safety management on the reliability of safety barriers. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 130, 284–292.

Ek, Å. & Roland Akselsson (2005): Safety culture on board six Swedish passenger ships, Maritime Policy & Management: The flagship journal of international shipping and port research, 32:2, 159-17

Fjæran Nygaard, Aven. 2010. On the link between risk perspectives and risk regulation—A comparison between two cases concerning base stations and wireless networks Reliability Engineering & System Safety Volume 95, Issue 6, June 2010, Pages 689–697

Flin, N., Mearns, K., O'connor, P. & Bryden, R. (2000): Measuring safety climate: identifying the common features. Safety Science, 34, 177-192.

Flin, R. (2007): Measuring safety culture in healthcare: A case for accurate diagnosis. Safety Science, 45, 653–667.​

Gadd, S.A., Keeley, D. M., Balmforth, H. F. (2004). Pitfalls in risk assessment: examples from the UK. Safety Science, 42, 841-857.​

Geertz, C. (1973): The interpretation of cultures: selected essays, New York, Basic Books.​

Gherardi, S. & Nicolini, D. (2000): The organizational learning of safety in communities of practice. Journal of Management Inquiry, 9, 7–18.​

Gherardi, S., Nicolini, D. & Odella, F. (1998): Toward a social understanding of how people learn in organizations. Management Learning, 29, 273–297.​

Greenwood, D. J. & Levin, M. (1998): Introduction to action research: social research for social change. Thousand Oaks, California.: Sage Publications.​

Grøn, S. 2009. Six reasons why hours of service regulations for truck drivers are violated. Safety Science Monitor, 2, 2009, article 4, volume 13.

Guldenmund, F. W. (2000): The nature of safety culture: A review of theory and research. Safety Science, 34, 215–257.​

Guldenmund, F. W. (2007): The use of questionnaires in safety culture research – an evaluation. Safety Science, 45, 723–743.​

Guldenmund, Frank. 2010. (Mis)understanding Safety Culture and Its Relationship to Safety Management Risk Analysis Volume 30, Issue 10, pages 1466–1480, October 2010

Guldenmund. 2010. Understanding and Exploring Safety Culture

Hale, A. & Hovden, J. (1998): Management and culture: The third age of safety. A review of approaches to organizational aspects of safety, health and environment. Occupational injury: a selection of papers presented at the Occupational Injury Symposium, Sydney, Australia,February 1996. Exeter, Pergamon.

Haukelid, K. (1999): Risiko og Sikkerhet, Oslo, Universitetsforlaget.

Hetherington, Flin, Mearns. 2006. Safety in shipping: The human element. Journal of Safety Research 37 (2006) 401–41

Hopkins, A. (2006): Studying organisational cultures and their effects on safety. Safety Science, 44, 875–889.​

Hovden, Jan. 1998.The ambiguity of contents and results in the Norwegian internal control of safety, health and environment reform. Reliability Engineering & System Safety. Volume 60, Issue 2, May 1998, Pages 133–141

Håvold, J.I. (2000): Culture in maritime safety, Maritime Policy & Management: The flagship journal of international shipping and port research, 27:1, 79-88

Håvold, Jon Ivar. 2009. Safety culture and safety management aboard tankers. . Reliability Engineering & System Safety. Volume 95, Issue 5, May 2010, Pages 511–51

Håvold. 2005. Safety-culture in a Norwegian shipping company. Journal of Safety Research. Volume 36, Issue 5, 2005, Pages 441–458

Jeffcott, Pidgeon, Weyman, Walls. 2006. Risk, Trust, and Safety Culture in U.K. Train Operating Companies Risk Analysis Volume 26, Issue 5, pages 1105–1121, October 2006

Klinke, A., Marion Dreyer, Ortwin Renn, Andrew Stirling & Patrick Van Zwanenberg (2006): Precautionary Risk Regulation in European Governance, Journal of Risk Research, 9:4, 373-39

Kongsvik, T., Almklov, P. & Fenstad, J. (2010): Organisational safety indicators: Some conceptual considerations and a supplementary qualitative approach. Safety Science, 48, 1402–1411.

Larsson & Hale. 2000. ASPECTS OF RISK ASSESSMENT, CONTROL AND PREVENTION. Safety Science Monitor, 2000, 1, editors comments, volume 4

Levin, M. & Klev, R. (2002): Forandring som praksis: læring og utvikling i organisasjoner,Bergen, Fagbokforlaget.

Lindøe, P. H., Olsen, O. E. (2009). Conflicting goals and mixed roles in risk regulation; a case study of the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate. Journal of Risk Research, 12, 427-441.

Lindøe, P., Engen, O.A., Olsen, O. E. (2011). Responses to accidents in different industrial sectors. Safety Science. 49, 90 -97.

Manoj S. Patankar og Edward J. Sabin. 2010. The Safety Culture Perspective. Human Factors in Aviation (Second Edition) 2010, chapter 4, Pages 95–122

Marais & Saleh. 2008.Reliability Engineering & System Safety. Volume 93, Issue 11, November 2008, Pages 1710–1719

Nielsen & Mikkelsen. 2007. Predictive factors for self-reported occupational injuries at 3 manufacturing plants. Safety Science Monitor, 2, article 7, 2007, volume 11

Olsen, E., Anne Mette Bjerkan & Tor‐Olav Nævestad (2009): Modelling the effects of a large‐scale safety culture programme: a combined qualitative and quantitative approach, Journal of Risk Research, 12:3-4, 389-409

Pfeffer, J. (1981): Power in organisations, Cambridge, MA, Ballinger Publishing.

Pidgeon, N. & O'Leary, M. (2000): Man-made disasters: Why technology and organizations (sometimes) fail. Safety Science, 34, 15–30.

Pidgeon, N. (1998): Safety culture: Key theoretical issues. Work and Stress, 12, 202–216.

Rasmussen, J. (1997). Risk management in a dynamic society: A modeling problem. Safety Science, 27, 183–213.

Reason, J. (1997): Managing the risks of organisational accidents. Ashgate, Aldershot.

Richter, A. & Koch, C. (2004): Integration, differentiation and ambiguity in safety cultures. Safety Science, 42, 703–722.

Rodríguez et al. 2011. The impact of the BP baker report. Journal of Safety Research. Volume 42, Issue 3, June 2011, Pages 215–222

Rosness, R. (2001): Safety culture – just another buzzword to hide our confusion. SINTEF Technology and Society., Trondheim.

Rosness, R., Forseth, U. & Wærø, I. (2010): Rammebetingelsers betydning for HMS-arbeid (In Norwegian). SINTEF rapport A16296. SINTEF, Trondheim.

Rousseau, D. (1990): Assessing Organizational Culture: The Case for Multiple Methods. Organizational Culture and Climate. San Fransisco, Jossey-Bass.

Rundmo, T. (2000): Safety climate, attitudes and risk perception in norsk hydro. Safety Science, 34, 47–59.

Saleh, Marais, Bakolas, Cowlagi. 2010. Highlights from the literature on accident causation and system safety: Review of major ideas, recent contributions, and challenges Reliability Engineering & System Safety. Volume 95, Issue 11, November 2010, Pages 1105–1116

Sanne, J.M. (2008): Framing risks in a safety‐critical and hazardous job: risk‐taking as responsibility in railway maintenance, Journal of Risk Research, 11:5, 645-658

Schein, E. H. (1992): Organizational Culture and Leadership, San Fransisco, Jossey-Bass.

Sten, T. & Fjerdingen, L. (2003): Sikkerhetskultur i transport. Trondheim, Sintef.

Stroeve, Sharpanskykh, Kirwan. 2011. Agent-based organizational modelling for analysis of safety culture at an air navigation service provider. Reliability Engineering & System Safety, Volume 96, Issue 5, May 2011, Pages 515–533

Størkersen, K. V., Bye, R. J. & Røyrvik, J. O. D. (2011): Sikkerhet i fraktefarten. Analyse av drifts- og arbeidsmessige forhold på fraktefartøy. Report. Studio Apertura, NTNU Samfunnsforskning AS, Trondheim.

Sørensen, J.N. 2002. Safety culture: a survey of the state-of-the-art. Reliability Engineering & System Safety. Volume 76, Issue 2, May 2002, Pages 189–204

Teemu Reiman & Elina Pietikäinen; VTT, Technical Research Centre of Finland Title: Indicators of safety culture – selection and utilization of leading safety performance indicators Report number: 2010:07

Tharaldsen, J.E. & Knut Haukelid (2009): Culture and behavioural perspectives on safety – towards a balanced approach, Journal of Risk Research, 12:3-4, 375-388

Vecchio-Sadus. 2007. Enhancing safety culture through effective communication. Safety Science Monitor, 3, 2007, article 2, volume 11.

Vinnem, Hestad, Kvaløy, Skogdalen. 2010. Analysis of root causes of major hazard precursors (hydrocarbon leaks) in the Norwegian offshore petroleum industry Reliability Engineering & System Safety Volume 95, Issue 11, November 2010, Pages 1142–1153

Wiig, Aase. 2007. Fallible humans in infallible systems? Learning from errors in healthcare. Safety Science Monitor. Issue 3. 2007. Article 6. Volume 11.

Wiig, S., & Preben H. Lindøe (2009): Patient safety in the interface between hospital and risk regulator , Journal of Risk Research, 12:3-4, 411-426

Wu, Lin, Shiau. 2010. Predicting safetyculture: The roles of employer, operations manager and safety professional. Journal of Safety Research. Volume 41, Issue 5, October 2010, Pages 423–431

Ytrehus, I. & Sakshaug, K. (2005): Sikkerhetskultur Statens vegvesen. Trondheim, Sintef.

Zhang, H., Wiegmann, D. A., Von Thaden, T. L., Sharma, G. & Mitchell, A. A. (2002): Safety culture: A concept in chaos? Proceedings of the 46th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. Santa Monica, Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

Zohar, D. (1980). Safety Climate in Industrial Organizations: Theoretical and Applied Implications. Journal of Applied Psychology, 65, 96-102.


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