1. Safety: A Matter for ‘Professionals’?
2. A Practice-Based Approach to Safety as an Emergent Competence
3. Line Managers as Work Professionals in the Era of Workplace Health Professionalization
4. Captain Kirk, Managers and the Professionalization of Safety
5. A Critique from Pierre-Arnaud Delattre
6. Enhancing Safety Performance: Non-technical Skills and a Modicum of Chronic Unease
7. Situated Practice and Safety as Objects of Management
Petter G. Almklov
8. Stories and Standards: The Impact of Professional Social Practices on Safety Decision Making
9. Doing What Is Right or Doing What Is Safe
Linda J. Bellamy
10. Industrial Perspective on the Seminar: The Viewpoint of a Mining Expert
11. How to Deal with the Contradictions of Safety Professional Development?
12. Can Safety Training Contribute to Enhancing Safety?
13. Training Design Oriented by Works Analysis
14. Safety and Behaviour Change
Paul M. Chadwick
15. Power and Love
16. Beyond Safety Training, Toward Professional Development
Caroline Kamaté, Hervé Laroche, François Daniellou
Keywords: Engineering, Quality Control, Reliability, Safety and Risk, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Fire Science, Hazard Control, Building Safety, Organizational Studies, Economic Sociology, Employee Health and Wellbeing, Professional & Vocational Education