Norway's inter-agency anti-crime cooperation: supporting occupational safety and health compliance (Case NO2)


Norway’s inter-agency anti-crime cooperation evolved from a government initiative to tackle issues related to work-related crime and so-called social dumping. This case study explores how the cooperation addresses breaches of occupational safety and health (OSH) regulations (work-related crime) and safeguards OSH for foreign workers (social dumping).

Cooperation across the four participating agencies poses challenges, such as information sharing and lack of a common IT system. However, it has been successful in strengthening the fight against work-related crime.

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