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IMPROVING SAFETY AND REDUCING THE
ENVIRONMENTAL FOOTPRINT OF MARINE VEHICLES BY DESIGN AND OPERATION (WP1)

This work package research relates to the effectiveness of safety interventions in maritime industries – a field that integrates knowledge from organizational safety research (safety management systems and organizational safety behavior), safety engineering (safety intervention techniques) and marine policy (legal safety interventions requirements). Methodologically, it combines hazard exposure assessment work with engineering design approaches and quantitative and qualitative social science methods.

MEET THE TEAM

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HIGHLY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL (HQP)

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Master's Student

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Doctoral Candidate

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Doctoral Candidate

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 Visiting Doctoral Candidate

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OUR PARTNERS

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