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Publisher: Amsterdam : TextRelease, 2005
Languages: English
Types: Conference object
Subjects: 05B - Information science, librarianship, RIS-OSH, Research Information, CRIS, Institutional Repositories
The paper presents the results of a joint project between the Italian National Institute of Safety and Health at Work and the Italian National Research Council. It illustrates the choices and main features in the development of the RIS-OSH system (Research Information System on Occupational Safety and Health). This system has been developed giving particular attention to the organisational improvement of the production, collection, preservation and diffusion of institutionally generated information, emphasising the importance of the quality control of the information produced during the project lifecycle. The paper gives the description of the workflow, which outlines the interaction between the various actors involved in the process of supplying and diffusing results. Finally the integration of the RIS-OSH system with the GL database and the global system architecture are described. Includes: Conference preprint, Abstract and Biographical notes, Pratt student commentary XA International
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