Invitation to share your expertise and experience in occupational health and safety in marine aquaculture in Canada
We are researchers led by Professor Barb Neis at Memorial University doing research on occupational health and safety in marine finfish and shellfish aquaculture in British Columbia and Atlantic Canada with funding from the Ocean Frontier Institute (www.coastalfutures.ca)
Do you have work experience in the marine aquaculture sector in British Columbia or Atlantic Canada and an interest in health and safety?
We want to interview people with current or former work experience in marine aquaculture in Canada. We are particularly interested in interviewing people knowledgeable about or with experience of health and safety hazards, injuries/illnesses and/or health and safety management in the industry.
We want to talk to you about your knowledge and experience with health and safety in marine finfish or shellfish aquaculture in B.C. or Atlantic Canada.
We will ask you to share your knowledge and experience in a confidential interview (by telephone or computer-based software). The length of the interview will depend on how much you have to say but could take 1-1.5 hours.
Participation in this study is completely voluntary. For those who consent to participate, participant names, where they live, the name of their organization(s) (current or past) and the list of study participants is confidential – this information will not be shared with anyone outside the research team or used in any publications or presentations related to this research.
For more information about the study or to set up an interview, please contact Ellie Gao at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 864-2550. Interested participants can find more information here.