Maria Lindholm is a doctoral student at the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management at the Well-Being at Work and Productivity research team. Her main research interests are occupational safety and well-being at work. She started her studies in 2010 with Electrical Engineering and changed to Industrial Engineering and Management in 2013. She completed her MSc in Industrial Engineering and Management in 2016. The main purpose of her thesis was to develop new safety meetings and ways to keep them.
- Occupational safety and health
- Well-being at work
- Lindholm, Maria; Reiman, Arto; Jounila, Henri; Väyrynen, Seppo; Ervasti, Otso; Melleri, Anna (2017) Personnel's perceptions of occupational safety in rail transport work. - International journal of human factors and ergonomics 5 (1), 44-60 . [Original]
- Lindholm, Maria; Keväjärvi, Marja (2017) Informal caregivers’ perceptions of their physical load issues and safety. (Artikkeli tieteellisessä konferenssijulkaisussa). - Proceedings of the 49th Annual Nordic Ergonomics Society Conference, "Joy at work": Joy at Work. Osvalder, Anna-Lisa; Blomé, Mikael; Bodnar, Hajnalka. Ei sarjaa/No series. 346-353
- Lindholm, M.; Väyrynen, S.; Kiviniemi, L.; Rajakangas, E.; Myllylä, M.-L (2018) Developing Students’ Working Life Knowledge and Skills in All Educational Levels,. (Abstrakti (Ei KOTAan)). - World Congress on Engineering Asset Management, WCEAM2018, 24-28.9.2018, Stavanger, Norway.. Ei sarjaa/No series, Society of Engineering Asset Management. na. [Original]