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  • A Bye
  • Tidsskrift for den Norske lægeforening…
  • 1991
A questionnaire was distributed to 2,696 employees in the construction industry in order to determine the prevalence of subjectively experienced musculoskeletal strain in four regions of the body. A total of 40.3% of the employees had pain at the time of questioning. The percentage of the employees with complaints increases gradually with age, but least for(More)
The US Human Reliability Analysis (HRA) Empirical Study (referred to as the US Study in the article) was conducted to confirm and expand on the insights developed from the International HRA Empirical Study (referred to as the International Study). Similar to the International Study, the US Study evaluated the performance of different HRA methods by(More)
  • A Bye
  • Tidsskrift for den Norske lægeforening…
  • 1997
In accordance with the concept of total risk assessment for preventing coronary heart disease we have developed, over a ten-year period, three data programs for risk analysis (LIVDA). The patient is given a copy of his risk profile diagram and a written evaluation, together with advice and suitable literature. By means of this additional knowledge, and by(More)
  • A Bye
  • Tidsskrift for den Norske lægeforening…
  • 1997
The Norwegian Medical Association's Health Control Handbook (1993) has introduced a lifestyle risk analysis-a paper-based way of assessing risk factors for cardiovascular disease and transferring them into pedagogic risk scores. By using the lifestyle risk analysis in our data based risk profile system LIVDA, we compared and evaluated the two systems(More)
  • A Bye
  • Tidsskrift for den Norske lægeforening…
  • 1989
In our occupational health service, we have worked out a fairly simple model for risk score for coronary heart disease. The occupational nurses give each employee a risk score after health examination and use this figure as a convincing pedagogic tool in preventive health education. The nurses find a measureable scale extremely useful in the follow-up of(More)
The International Human Reliability Analysis (HRA) Empirical Study collected data in the Halden Reactor Project’s HAMMLAB (HAlden huMan-Machine LABoratory) nuclear power plant simulator facility. HRA analysis teams performed predictive analyses of operating crew performance in several accident scenarios and the results of these analyses were compared to(More)
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