Risk Model for Occupational Accidents Applied to Offshore Supply Vessels

  • Lisbeth Hansson
Conference paper


This paper presents a newly developed methodology for safety management of occupational accidents and its application to offshore supply vessels. This methodology facilitates the use of accident reporting in an improvement process, resulting in a prioritized list of risk reducing measures.


Safety Management Safety Culture Fault Tree Influence Diagram Occupational Accident 
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© Springer-Verlag London 2004

Authors and Affiliations

  • Lisbeth Hansson
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  1. 1.Norwegian Marine Technology Research InstituteTrondheimNorway

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