The Size and Shape of Offshore Workers

The Size and Shape of Offshore Workers

Over the three decades since the first anthropometric survey of UK Offshore Workers in 1984, their weight has increased by 19%, with commensurate increases in girth at the waist, neck, chest, hip and wrist varying between 12% and 17%.

Research on the size and shape of the North Sea offshore workforce
Funding Body
Knowledge Transfer Partnership (Technology Strategy Board) and Oil & Gas UK
Award Value
£137,831
Start Date
Jan 2013
End Date
Dec 2014
Duration
1 year

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