ENETOSH project starts in Bilbao
Mainstreaming Safety & Health in Europe
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The 'European Network Education and Training in Occupational Safety and Health' was launched on 18 October 2005 in Bilbao (Spain), and is scheduled to run for 24 months. The project is funded by the EU’s LEONARDO DA VINCI education programme. 13 core network members from 10 European countries are involved in the project, together with further members of their national networks. The overall management of the project lies within the BG Institute Work and Health (BGAG) in Dresden, a main division of the HVBG, the German Federation of Institutions for Statutory Accident Insurance and Prevention. ENETOSH is supported by the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work, and is an official partner of the European Week 2006 “Safe Start”.


ENETOSH brings OSH and education specialists together. The objective is to improve the integration of occupational safety and health into lifelong learning. ENETOSH encompasses all areas of education, from kindergarten, through school, initial vocational education and higher education, to vocational further training.



ENETOSH is an open network. Interested parties are invited to join in!


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