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Regulating the intangible - Searching for safety culture in the Norwegian petroleum industry
The way organizational culture can influence safety has been a topic in safety research and accident investigations for decades. This has led to an increasing interest from regulators to include the concept of safety culture into the sphere of risk regulation. In the Norwegian petroleum regulations, a requirement for a “sound health, safety and environment culture” was introduced in 2002. The article presents a qualitative study of the perceived effects of this requirement on safety, seen from the perspective of both the regulator and the regulated companies. The study shows that introducing...
Posted workers in the European Union
This report examines the extent of the phenomenon of the posting of workers, the roles played both by European and national-level legislation in determining the employment and working conditions of posted workers and the roles played by legislation and collective bargaining – and how these two domains interplay. The report is in part an update of earlier work carried out in 2003 by Eurofound into the issue – not least, updating the findings with data from the new Member States, which had not joined the Union at that time. Importantly, the research looks at the possible implications...
Telework in the European Union
Today, a growing number of employees are able to work remotely, away from their employer's premises, through the use of computer networks and telecommunications – a phenomenon defined as ‘telework'. Given the growth of this phenomenon across the European Union (EU), it is not surprising that the rights and working conditions of those engaged in telework have begun to attract increased attention – both from a regulatory point of view and in terms of policy documents issued by the peak social partners and the European Commission to examine the regulation of telework in the...

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