Research Areas

STAMI performs research, work environment surveillance, knowledge support to the public administration and the worklife support to the Norwegian worklife, education and training, communication and dissemination.

We are over 100 employees who create, use and promote knowledge on occupational health.  Annually, STAMI is involved in well over 60 research projects. These projects can  for example be long-term pure research-projects and sub-projects, or shorter projects with a more practical base.

Department of Work Psychology and Physiology

The department investigates mechanism and reasons for work-related complaints and diseases. The department is organized in two groups: The group for Psychosocial and organizational environment and the group for Work related musculoskeletal disorders.

Department of Occupational Medicine and Epidemiology

The main focus of this department is to map possible connections between work environment and illness.

Department of Chemical and Biological Work Environment

The department is engaged in the mapping and identification of chemical and biological pollution in the work environment, which may entail risk to the health of the workers, and in studying the mechanisms by which health outcomes occur. The department is divided into two groups: Chemical work environment, Biology, and toxicology.

National Surveillance System for Work Environment and Occupational Health

The Department of Occupational Health Surveillance (NOA) is to coordinate, systematize and disseminate knowledge and statistics about the working environment and health to government authorities and other users.

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