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Improving safety culture understanding using a computerized learning environment

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Improving safety culture understanding using a computerized learning environment. / Cram, Robert; Sime, Julie-Ann.

CIB W099 International Conference: Achieving Sustainable Construction Health and Safety. ed. / Radhlinah Aulin; Åsa Ek. Lund, Sweden, 2014. p. 14-25.

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Cram, R & Sime, J-A 2014, Improving safety culture understanding using a computerized learning environment. in R Aulin & Å Ek (eds), CIB W099 International Conference: Achieving Sustainable Construction Health and Safety. Lund, Sweden, pp. 14-25.

APA

Cram, R., & Sime, J-A. (2014). Improving safety culture understanding using a computerized learning environment. In R. Aulin, & Å. Ek (Eds.), CIB W099 International Conference: Achieving Sustainable Construction Health and Safety (pp. 14-25). Lund, Sweden.

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Cram R, Sime J-A. Improving safety culture understanding using a computerized learning environment. In Aulin R, Ek Å, editors, CIB W099 International Conference: Achieving Sustainable Construction Health and Safety. Lund, Sweden. 2014. p. 14-25

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Cram, Robert ; Sime, Julie-Ann. / Improving safety culture understanding using a computerized learning environment. CIB W099 International Conference: Achieving Sustainable Construction Health and Safety. editor / Radhlinah Aulin ; Åsa Ek. Lund, Sweden, 2014. pp. 14-25

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