NRCWE monitors, analyses and explores the
The National Research Centre for the Working Environment (NRCWE) is a
government research institute under the Ministry of Employment. The mission
of the NRCWE is to monitor, analyse and explore conditions in the working
environment of importance to health, safety and work role functioning.
NRCWE serves as a knowledge base for the Ministry of Employment,
the social partners and working environment counsellors
The National Research Centre for the Working Environment (NRCWE) serves as
a knowledge base for the administrative and legislative work of the
Ministry of Employment. Furthermore, NRCWE disseminates research based
knowledge to the social partners, enterprises and working environment
counsellors, contributes to further education at the universities and
serves as a gateway to working environment knowledge for enterprises
through the Working Environment Information Centre.
Board of managers and governors for NRCWE
The National Research Centre for the Working Environment (NRCWE) is ruled
by a board of managers consisting of three directors, and a board of
governors with 13 members: A chairman appointed by the government, 6
members nominated by the social partners, four researchers nominated by the
Danish Council for Strategic Research and two employee representatives.
Employees at NRCWE
In 2008 NRCWE had 79 researchers and 14 PhD students out of a total of 155
employed. In 2008 researchers at the NRCWE published a total of 126
articles in international peer-reviewed scientific journals.
Read more about scientific research projects, financing, staff,
organisation etc. at The National Research Centre for the Working
Environment here on our website.