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The Barents Newsletter on Occupational Health and Safety is published since 1998 and it provides information to occupational health and safety experts in the countries of the Barents region. The newsletter comes out three times a year. It is published in English and Russian and is free of charge.

 

The Barents Newsletter on Occupational Health and Safety is published by the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health. In case you are interested in contributing, please contact the Editor in Chief or the Editor for more information.

Readers' feedback survey finished on 25 February 2014
The Editorial team warmly thanks each participant of the Readers' feedback survey. We got altogether 20 replies. The results are discussed in the Barents Newsletter issue 1/2014, see the link below. Five USB-sticks were raffled on 26 February 2014. The lucky winners were:

Eda Merisalu, Estonia
Kalaiarasi Gounasegar, India
Kavitha Gouna, India
Raimonda Eicinaite-Lingiene, Lithuania
Yogindra Samant, Norway

The prizes have been sent to the winners.

The themes of the Barents Newsletter issues in 2014 will be:

1/2014 Construction industry
2/2014 Psychosocial factors of work
(deadline of articles 26 May 2014)
3/2014 Musculoskeletal disorders and return to work (deadline of articles 30 September 2014)

Manuscripts addressing the above themes, as well as other topics in the field of occupational health and safety are welcome. If you are interested in submitting a manuscript, please contact the Editorial Office in advance. Readers may also send proposals on potential authors and articles.

Subscription Subscribe to the Barents Newsletter on Occupational Health and Safety. Please contact the editor of the Barents Newsletter for orders.

Latest issue:
Barents Newsletter 1/2014 Construction industry (1,2 MB)

Previous Issues:
Barents Newsletter 3/2013 Active ageing (1,9 MB)
Barents Newsletter 2/2013 Prevention of occupational accidents and diseases (1,7 MB)
Barents Newsletter 1/2013 Health promotion at work (0,9 MB)

Barents Newsletter 3/2012 Safety and health in road transport
(1,7 MB)
Barents Newsletter 2/2012 Nanotechnology (pdf 1,4 MB) 
Barents Newsletter 1/2012 Information and service work (pdf 2 MB)

Barents Newsletter 3/2011 Psychological workload and return to work (pdf 2 MB)
Barents Newsletter 2-2011 Migrant workers 
(pdf 2MB)
Barents Newsletter 1-2011 Small-scale enterprises (pdf 2MB)

Barents Newsletter 3-2010 Economic analysis in OH&S
(pdf 1MB)
Barents Newsletter 2-2010  Improving health at workplace 
(pdf 879 KB)
Barents Newsletter 1-2010  Women and work  (pdf, 1,7 MB)

Barents Newsletter 3-2009  Occupational health services  (pdf 1,3 MB)
Barents Newsletter 2-2009  Information and networking (pdf, 1MB)
Barents Newsletter 1-2009 pdf  Mining and metallurgy (pdf, 762 KB)

Barents Newsletter 3-2008 pdf  Risk assessment (pdf, 2 MB)
Barents Newsletter 2/2008  Transport industry (pdf, 773 KB)
Barents Newsletter 1/2008  OSH profiles (pdf, 3MB)

Previous archived issues are found on Internet (2007 and older)
View the list of issues on the left.

Publisher
Finnish Institute of Occupational Health
Topeliuksenkatu 41 a A
FIN-00250 Helsinki, Finland

Fax: +358-30 474 2548

ISSN 1458-5952 On-line publication
ISSN 1455-8459 Printed publication

Editor in chief
Suvi Lehtinen

Editor 
Mirkka Salmensaari
E-mail: firstname.lastname(at)ttl.fi

The translations into Russian-English-Russian are provided by KSC.

Editorial Board
Valeri Chashchine, Prof.
Kola Research Laboratory of Occupational Health
Russia

Vladimir Masloboev, Prof.
Kola Science Centre
Russia

Juri Lupandin, Prof.
Petrozavodsk State University
Russia

Evgeny R Boyko, Dr.
Institute of Physiology, Ural Division, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

Anatoly Vinogradov, Ph.D, Secretary General
Kola Science Centre
Russia

Ingvar Holmer, Prof.
Lund University
Sweden

Randi Eidsmo Reinertsen, Prof.
Research Director, Sintef Health Research
Norway

Hannu Rintamäki, Research Professor
Physical Work Capacity Team
Finnish Institute of Occupational Health
Finland

Collaborative organizations
Finnish Institute of Occupational Health
Institute of Sanitary-Epidemiologie Research, Petrozavodsk
Institute of Physiology, Russian Academy of Sciences, Archangelsk
Kola Science Centre, Russian Academy of Sciences
Kola Research Laboratory of Occupational Health
National Institute of Occupational Health, Oslo, Norway
National Institute of Working Life, Sweden
North-West Public Health Centre, St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg Scientific Research Institute of Labour and Occupational Diseases
State University of Petrozavodsk
Sintef Health Research, Norway
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway

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© Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, 2013

ISSN 1458-5952 (on-line publication)

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Modified 22.04.2014