Teamwork and Safety in the Maritime Industry: A SWOT Approach

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Vestad, Anne-Lise;

Abstract The past few decades the use of teams has increased, also in complex sociotechnical systems such as the maritime industry. Safety issues involve a wide range of elements, including human factors, and pose a number of challenges to organisations in the shipp... View more
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