Risk and Safety Management, Candidate

Master Programme

Education structure: Education

1. term

Department of Built Environment › Study Board of Civil Engineering › Risk and Safety Management, Candidate

2. term

Department of Built Environment › Study Board of Civil Engineering › Risk and Safety Management, Candidate

3. term

Department of Built Environment › Study Board of Civil Engineering › Risk and Safety Management, Candidate

4. term

Department of Built Environment › Study Board of Civil Engineering › Risk and Safety Management, Candidate

  1. 2022
  2. Common-basis safety management system for railway infrastructure managers

    Kirstine Rauschenberg Rejmers Boch

    Risk and Safety Management, Candidate, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2022

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  3. How can a large manufacturing company maintain or increase safety awareness on the shop floor in an everyday situation?

    Aylin Rushdi Azawi

    Risk and Safety Management, Candidate, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2022

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  4. Human errors during fire evacuations: a case-study

    Lisa Maria Eddy Josan

    Risk and Safety Management, Candidate, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2022

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  5. Probabilistic transmission model for airborne diseases using agent-based modelling

    Mirco Hennings

    Risk and Safety Management, Candidate, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2022

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  6. Risk Assessment of Building Information Modelling in the Construction Industry

    Melinda Milbertaite

    Risk and Safety Management, Candidate, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2022

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  7. System- and hazard identification of decision-making rationales

    Matias Pedersen Wulff, Thor Gjelstrup Kronow

    Risk and Safety Management, Candidate, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2022

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  8. Traceability and protection of users in a risk management process with blockchain technology

    Karen Patricia Flores Valverde, Jesper Nørregaard Petersen

    Risk and Safety Management, Candidate, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2022

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  9. 2021
  10. An analysis of the expected net benefit of adopting Proactive Behavior Based Safety in the construction industry

    Mads Høgh Henriksen, Friedrich Charles Eduard Lüdtke

    Risk and Safety Management, Candidate, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2021

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  11. Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  12. Reducing the Risk of Chemical Dangerous Goods Transport by Road in China and Preventing Relevant Accidents

    Yannan Zhou

    Risk and Safety Management, Candidate, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2021

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  13. Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  14. 2020
  15. Access Systems for Offshore Turbines - A review of conventional and walk-to-work transfer methods

    Nikki Twigt

    Risk and Safety Management, Candidate, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2020

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  16. Application of Monte Carlo simulation for the assessment of the availability of an offshore substation

    Luca Emanuele Seresina

    Risk and Safety Management, Candidate, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2020

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  17. Assessment and Improvement of Safety Climate in Readymade Garment Industry-A Study from Bangladesh: A Study from Bangladesh

    Abdul Kaium

    Risk and Safety Management, Candidate, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2020

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  18. 2019
  19. Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  20. Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  21. Comparison of Two Railway Signalling Systems in Denmark Traditional Signalling and ERTMS

    Filip Fiala, Filipe Alves Crusat, Vala Þöll Valgeirsdóttir

    Risk and Safety Management, Candidate, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2019

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  22. De-icing and maintenance of wind turbines with drones

    Cristian-Petrica Gidinceanu

    Risk and Safety Management, Candidate, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2019

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  23. Making Lean Six Sigma Project Outcomes Robust Using Risk Management Methods

    Giacomo Pressato

    Risk and Safety Management, Candidate, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2019

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  24. Use of drones for firefighting operations

    Vlad-Tiberiu Radu

    Risk and Safety Management, Candidate, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2019

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  25. 2018
  26. A comparison of HRA method: Applied on the Volkerak sluice complex in the Netherlands

    Ilse Hogenboom

    Risk and Safety Management, Candidate, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2018

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  27. Application of Monte Carlo simulation in offshore hydrocarbon QRA modelling

    Mathias Rohwer Bang Nielsen

    Risk and Safety Management, Candidate, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2018

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  28. Business Risk Management for Bike-sharing in China

    Lei Wang

    Risk and Safety Management, Candidate, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2018

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  29. Evacuation strategy of a public school

    Christina Buchwald, Elvin Bubalo

    Risk and Safety Management, Candidate, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2018

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  30. Operational Risk Management for Far Offshore Wind Farms

    Adrian-Alexandru Otel, Thomas Broeng Sønderby, Mohammed Abdelgadir Hassan

    Risk and Safety Management, Candidate, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2018

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  31. 2017
  32. Emergency management assessment for Esbjerg Municipality

    Numa Alejandro Toro Velasquez, Ole Bjørn Pedersen

    Risk and Safety Management, Candidate, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2017

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  33. Incorporation of Drones into Fire and Rescue Service of Esbjerg Municipality for a Robust Emergency Response

    Saqib Mehmood, Shakeel Ahmed

    Risk and Safety Management, Candidate, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2017

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  34. Modelling and assessment of the dispersion of particles in the ESS instrument hall

    Ettore Carini

    Risk and Safety Management, Candidate, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2017

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  35. Port of Klaipeda Risk Assessment Concerning Safety of Marine Operations

    Justas Navarackas

    Risk and Safety Management, Candidate, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2017

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  36. Simulation of Emergency within the Municipality of Esbjerg

    Bogdan Daniel Costin, Michael Haubjerg

    Risk and Safety Management, Candidate, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2017

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  37. 2016
  38. Developing indicators to be used for a fire related risk evaluation of buildings

    Elvar Ásmundsson, Kean Keven Jalte Hansen

    Risk and Safety Management, Candidate, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2016

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)

  39. Risks and opportunities for developing the offshore floating wind turbine in China

    Yi Wang

    Risk and Safety Management, Candidate, (Master Programme) 4. term, 2016

    Student thesis: Master thesis (including HD thesis)