Working in the Circumpolar Regions; Accidents and Injuries I

Tuesday 9.6.2015, Nukuttaja-Näyhä
Chair: Hannu Rintamäki, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland
Co-Chair: Nathaniel Pollock, Labrador Institute of Memorial University, Canada
 
Time Presenter Affiliation Presentation title / Download abstract
 
11:00 Mänttäri Satu Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland Thermal responses of workers in Arctic open-pit mines in the winter
 
11:15 Rintamäki Hannu Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland Work in the cold: How much we can trust our thermal sensations?
 
11:30 Pettersson-Strömbäck Anita Umeå University, Sweden Gender transition in the Swedish mining industry – challenges and opportunities
 
11:45 Rissanen Sirkka Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland A field evaluation of the thermal responses of wilderness guides and tourists in Northern Finland during winter season
 
12:00 Oksa Juha Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland Muscular, cardiorespiratory and thermal strain of mast and pole workers
 
12:15 Ponzoni Norma McGill University, Canada Distance Education for Nurses working in Remote Regions of Northern Quebec: Does it influence their Sense of Workplace Empowerment?