• Behind Safety Violations: Understanding the antecedents of safety-compliant behaviour in the oil and gas industry 

      Dahl, Øyvind (Doktoravhandlinger ved NTNU, 1503-8181; 2014:122, Doctoral thesis, 2014)
      Investigations and analyses typically demonstrate that accidents at work, even those with a relatively limited extent of loss, are seldom caused by one single causal factor. Despite this, some causes are identified more ...
    • Performance-based regulation of HSE and the role of regulatory guidance 

      Dahl, Øyvind; Rosness, Ragnar; Forseth, Ulla (Chapter, 2017)
      In recent years there has been a growing debate related to the robustness of different regulatory approaches for preventing accidents in the oil and gas industry. A common topic in this debate is related to the advantages ...
    • Safety climate and health complaints in the Norwegian aquaculture industry 

      Kongsvik, Trond; Dahl, Øyvind; Holmen, Ingunn Marie; Thorvaldsen, Trine (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Few studies have explored the potential connection between safety climate and health issues. However, some recent research findings indicate that a poor safety climate can be considered a stressor that may be associated ...
    • Safety climate and mindful safety practices in the oil and gas industry 

      Dahl, Øyvind; Kongsvik, Trond (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Introduction The existence of a positive association between safety climate and the safety behavior of sharp-end workers in high-risk organizations is supported by a considerable body of research. Previous research has ...
    • Trapped by compliance? The voices of the regulator 

      Rosness, Ragnar; Dahl, Øyvind; Forseth, Ulla (Chapter, 2017)
      This study is motivated by a concern that the salience of compliance and enforcement in regulatory action may lead companies to focus excessively on individual compliance in their safety management efforts.A qualitative ...