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Natālija Cudečka-Puriņa

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Roman Zinko and Oksana Bilyk

disintegration of materials. Ukraine. - No. u 2012 10451; Appl. 04.09.2012. Publ. 25.03.2013, Bull. No. 6. (3 p.). Burmistrenko, O., Misiac, V., Panasiuk, I., & Zlotenko, B. (2012). Recycling waste of rubber and thermoplastic materials: monography. Kyiv: Kafedra. p. 240. Zinko, R., Horal, N., Lozovyi, I., & Makovejchuk, O. (2008). The Role of Interdisciplinary Courses in Gaining Sustainable Education in Ukraine. Learning for a sustainable future. Innovative solutions from the Baltic sea region. (pp. 96-106). Uppsala: The Baltic University Press

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Julia Pushkina, Vladimirs Jansons and Konstantins Didenko

, 2007. [5] J. Pushkina and K. Didenko, “Model for selecting the optimal fire insurance system,” in Proc. of the 53-th int. scientific conf ., Riga: Riga Technical University, 2012. [6] V. Jansons, J. Puškina, V. Jurenoks and K. Didenko, “Insurance premium assessment using statistical methods,” in Proc. of the XVI Int. scientific conf. on Management and sustainable development . Bulgaria: University of forestry, 2014. [7] BSi (British Standart), Application of fire safety engineering principles to the design of buildings. Probabilistic risk

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Karin Kuimet, Marina Järvis, Anu Virovere and Jelena Hartšenko

of human resource management practice on development of safety culture,” University of Management and Economics, Vilnius Conf. proc.: Insights into the sustainable growth of business . MMRC conference, Vilnius, CD-ROM: 15 p., 2009a. [4] M. Järvis, A. Virovere and P. Tint, “Knowledge Management– a Neglected Dimension in Discourse on Safety Management and Safety Culture – Evidence from Estonia,” Safety of Technogenic Environment , vol. 5, pp. 5–17, 2014. http://dx.doi.org/10.7250/ste.2014.001 [5] T. Reiman, P. Oedewald, C. Rollenhagen, “Characteristics