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Prevention of accidents at work in Nordic fisheries

What has worked?

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The study is based on a combination of previous research and historical initiatives taken by authorities in the respective Nordic countries to promote safety in fisheries. So far there has been limited knowledge about what has worked and has positively influenced the rate and severity of occupational accidents, and fishermen's own experiences with prevention has not been studied. Therefore, the project has been supplemented with a joint Nordic investigation of fishermen, focusing on the accumulation of the fishermen’s experience regarding actions that have played a preventive role in terms of occupational accidents in fisheries. On this basis, the results of the study have been summarised. Possible explanations for the significant reduction in the work accidents highlighted by the report, and recommendations for dissemination of the results of the project have been outlined.

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Iceland: Occupational accidents and safety work in the Icelandic fishery – Developments and preventive measures

In 1984, a Parliament-appointed committee on safety at sea reported their findings and recommendations on how to improve safety amongst Icelandic seafarers and fishermen to the Ministry of Transportation, which at that time was responsible for issues relating to safety at sea (L).

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