Communication and its role in influencing shipboard occupational health and safety management in Chinese shipping

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Xue, Conghua;
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The thesis looks at the communication between the management shore and crew on board vessels, and examines the role of such communication in influencing OHSM in two Chinese chemical shipping companies. The study was conducted in the shore offices of two companies, as we... View more
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