Title

Study on the quality management and health and safety aspects on perceived live working implementation dimensions

RIS ID

115884

Publication Details

Lovrencic, V., Pantos, M., Maletic, D., Maletic, M., Brezavscek, A. & Gomiscek, B. 2017, 'Study on the quality management and health and safety aspects on perceived live working implementation dimensions', Live Maintenance (ICOLIM), 2017 12th International Conference on, IEEE, United States, pp. 1-5.

Abstract

The purpose of this paper is to compare the quality management and safety aspects within the Live working (LW) framework. The study draws upon study carried out among the Slovenian electrical distribution and international study which was carried out among Slovenian and foreign LW experts. The results of the first study suggested that health and safety aspects of LW are vital for achieving efficiency and effectiveness of LW. Furthermore, it can be argued that there are no substantial differences among workers and coordinators. Similarly, the results of the international survey showed that health and safety aspects of LW are considered as very important in achieving desired outcomes of LW as expressed by the foreign LW experts. However, the results indicated that Slovenian experts perceived the elements of LW in a similar way as foreign experts.

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Link to publisher version (DOI)

http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ICOLIM.2017.7964143