Neda Hashemi is a PhD-candidate in Occupational Health, connected to the research group Societal Participation in School and Work at the Faculty of Health Sciences. Her PhD-project is connected to the WIRUS- Project (workplace interventions preventing risky alcohol use and sick leave), funded by the Directorate of Health and the Norwegian Research Council (Program: Better Health and Quality of Life). The WIRUS-project include different studies and design; systematic reviews, screening-study, randomized controlled trial, Implementation-study, and a cost-effectiveness study. So far, 20 companies all over Norway, and 5.000 employees participate in the study. Neda will be supervised by Randi Wågø Aas and Hildegunn Sagvaag at the Faculty of Health Sciences, and Jens Skogen from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health. Neda holds a master in HSE (Health, Safety and Environment) from the University of Tehran, Iran, and a B.Sc. in Industrial Safety Engineering from Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences and Health Services. She has experience working within HSE in mines and metals industries for the past years.