An Assessment of Factors Influencing Use of Respiratory Protective Equipment in the Norwegian Smelter Industry and the Effect of a Knowledge-based Intervention
Has part(s)Paper I: Hegseth, M.N., Robertsen, Ø., Aminoff, A., Vangberg, H.C.B. & Føreland, S. (2018). Reasons for not using respiratory protective equipment and suggested measures to optimize use in the Norwegian silicon carbide, ferro- and silicon-alloy industry. In Jones, R.T. & den Hoed, P. (Eds.), Infacon XV: International Ferro-Alloys Congress, Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Cape Town, 25. – 28. February, 2018. Randburg, Ifacon XV. Also available at http://www.pyrometallurgy.co.za/InfaconXV/.
Paper II: Robertsen, Ø., Siebler, F., Eisemann, M., Hegseth, M.N., Føreland, S., & Vangberg, H.C.B. (2018). Predictors of respiratory protective equipment use in the Norwegian smelter industry: The role of the theory of planned behavior, safety climate and work experience in understanding protective behavior. Frontiers in Psychology, 9:1366. Also available at https://hdl.handle.net/10037/14018.
Paper III: Robertsen, Ø., Hegseth, M.N., Føreland, S., Siebler, F., Eisemann, M., & Vangberg, H.C.B. (2018). The efficacy of a knowledge based and cognitive intervention to improve attitudes towards- and the use of respirators in the Norwegian smelter industry. (Manuscript). The paper is not available in Munin.
Paper IV: Robertsen, Ø., Hegseth, M.N., Føreland, S. & Vangberg, H.C.B. (2018). Longitudinal effects of an intervention to improve attitudes towards- and respirator use in the Norwegian smelter industry. (Manuscript). The paper is not available in Munin.
PublisherUiT The Arctic University of Norway
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