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The Arctic Safety Centre at UNIS has compiled a special issue on Arctic safety in the journal Safety Science. The aim is to contribute to the current body of knowledge on Arctic safety as well as to bring more attention to both safety research as well as safety practice in the Arctic.
10 March 2021
Press release from the University Centre in Svalbard (UNIS)
In comparison to accessible, well-populated and milder areas, there has been less attention to safety in cold and remote areas and their special characteristics. However, as human activities in the Arctic and the Antarctic increase, the need for research on different aspects of safety in this context grows.
The aim of the special issue in Safety Science, written by Eirik Albrechtsen and Martin Indreiten at the Arctic Safety Centre, is to contribute to the current body of knowledge on Arctic Safety as well as to bring more attention to both safety research as well as safety practice in the Arctic.
The special issue on Arctic safety consists of seven selected papers from the first Arctic Safety Conference arranged in Longyearbyen, Norway 13–15 May 2019.
Link to the special issue on Arctic Safety in Safety Science: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0925753521000084
Arctic Safety Centre conference 2021
This special issue is based on selected papers from the first Arctic safety Conference in 2019. This year, the Arctic Safety Centre will have the second conference 9-11 November 2021 in Longyearbyen.