My research interest is at the intersection of micro-level, practice-based processes and cultural influences (such as institutional arrangements) on organizational leadership and safety. The objective of my PhD study is to examine the interplay between leaders' safety understandings and organizational context in which these understandings are constructed and how leaders in the Danish construction industry influence worker’s safety practices and the organizational safety climate on construction sites.
Katharina N. Jeschke; Susanne Boch Waldorff; Johnny Dyreborg; Pete Kines; Jeppe Z. N. Ajslev / Complaining about Occupational Safety and Health : A Barrier for Collaboration between Managers and Workers on Construction Sites. I: Construction Management and Economics, Vol. 39, Nr. 6, 6.2021, s. 459-474
Jeppe Ajslev; Efat Lali Dastjerdi; Johnny Dyreborg; Pete Kines; Katharina Christiane Jeschke; Emil Sundstrup; Markus Due Jakobsen; Nils Fallentin; Lars L. Andersen / Safety Climate and Accidents at Work : Cross-sectional Study among 15,000 workers of the General Working Population. I: Safety Science, Vol. 91, 1.2017, s. 320-325