Joint Workshop: Sharing Knowledge for Global Prevention
15 – 16 October 2015, EU-OSHA Bilbao
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A huge wealth of knowledge was shared and accumulated during the workshop. In addition, there was intensive discussion on how to transfer this knowledge to less-developed, low-income and middle-income countries.

Finally, future perspectives and strategies for international collaboration of mainstreaming OSH into education were outlined as follows:
  • Focus on transitional phases over the course of the working life as an opportunity for learning
  • Analyse the transferability of existing models and programmes on mainstreaming OSH into education to other cultures and countries (e.g. the Youth@Work Talking Safety curriculum of NIOSH, the Good Healthy School model of DGUV or the Pre-Employment-Training System of MOM, Singapore)
  • Make use of more informal, individualised and collaborative ways of learning and educating
  • Take into account different concepts of culture: What do young people really need? How does communication between different groups really work? What does empowering training look like? How to make young people really feel they are a part of their workplace?
  • Strengthen international collaboration on mainstreaming OSH into education through social dialogue within the education sector.

Programme and presentations
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Thursday, 15 October
09:00 Looking back… Video "10 Years of ENETOSH" by Matthew Holder (British Safety Council)
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Welcome by the Director of the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA), Christa Sedlatschek

 

Welcome by the coordinator of the European Network Education and Training in Occupational Safety and Health (ENETOSH), Ulrike Bollmann

 

Introduction: Building knowledge capacities for prevention globally, Claude Loiselle , International Labor Organization (ILO)

10:00

Andrea Okun, Foundational competencies for workplace safety and health, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), United States of America

having a dialogue with

Ulrike Craes, Competencies for occupational safety and health in Europe, Academy of the Statutory Accident Insurance and Prevention in the Health and Welfare Services (BGW), Germany

10:30

Peter Paulus , Link school health promotion with workplace health promotion – what has happened since Turin? Centre for Applied Health Sciences (ZAG), Leuphana University Lüneburg, Germany



11:00 Break

11:15

Evaluation

Jukka Vuori , Evaluation of concepts for worklife transition, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health (FIOH), Finland

Robert Gründler , How to evaluate Good Practice? Wissensimpuls, Germany

 

How to proof the evidence?
Working group 1: Successful interventions for work life transition

Working group 2: Criteria for the evaluation of good practice

School and community

Rebecca Guerin , Integration and Institutionalization of workplace safety and health education into US schools, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), United States of America

Karlheinz Noetel , Safe family – Transfer to India, Institution for Statutory Accident Insurance and Prevention in the Building Trade (BG BAU), Germany
How to build the link between school and community?

Working group 1: School perspective

Working group 2: Community perspective

13:00

Lester Claravall , Oklahoma Mainstreaming occupational safety and health into education law, Oklahoma Department of Labor, United States of America

How does regulation work in the field of mainstreaming occupational safety and health into education?

13:30

Networking lunch with Pinxchos

14:30

Diane Bush , Implementing workplace safety and health training in career and technical education, Labor Occupational Health Program (LOHP), University of California, Berkeley, United States of America

15:00

Steve Horvath , The Canadian experience with bringing attention to young worker safety and health, Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS), Canada


15:30 Break

15:45

Campaigning

Tim Tregenza, Safer and Healthier Work at Any Age - campaign, European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA), Spain

Group work: Healthy aging and Youth – how to bring this together?

Digital media

Matthew Holder , Speak up, stay safe, British Safety Council (BSC), United Kingdom

Group work: Awareness raising with digital media: Devils with Beelzebub cast?

16:45

Susan Flocken & Anders Eklund , How to bring education & occupational safety and health together? European Trade Union Committee for education (ETUCE)

How does dialogue work in the field of mainstreaming occupational safety and health into education?

17:15

Food for thoughts: New models and ways of knowledge dissemination on Occupational Safety and Health

Kate Palmer , OSHWiki, European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA)

17:45 Closing
20:30 Meeting for Dinner
21:00 Dinner at Restaurante Aizian

Friday, 16 October
9:00 Start of the 2nd day

9:15

Nicholas Levintow, Safe and Healthy Youth project, International Labor Organization (ILO)

9:45

“Toolbox” – How to make use of existing tools? How to transfer them to other countries? – Chaired by Jutta Busch, German Social Accident Insurance



ISSA International Section Education and Training for Prevention: Tools to offer

Stéphane Vaxelaire , From school to work – a project in French vocational schools and Universities, INRS, France

Georges Kassi Appia, Fiero Albert Doh; Seminar pan West Africa for the Integration of health and safety at work in education, Management Training Institute Prevention and Safety at Work (I.F.P.S.); Coalition Africaine Contre les Risques & Nuisances Professionnels et Civils (C.A.C.R.N.P.C.), Ivory Coast

 

Programs for Occupational Health and Safety: Tools to offer…


Robin Dewey, Teaching young workers with intellectual and developmental disabilities about health and safety on the job, Labor Occupational Health Program (LOHP), University of California, Berkeley, United States of America

Raymond Wong , The Singaporian OSH training framework – recent developments, Ministry of Manpower (MOM), Singapore

Rolf Gehring, Knowledge transfer within occupational safety and health: Asbestos, European Federation for Building and Woodworkers (EFBWW), Belgium


 

Databases for Education and Training on OSH: Tools to offer …

Steve Horvath, Minerva, Safety management education, Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS)

Claus Dethleff , The toolbox of the European Network Education and Training on Occupational Safety and Health, ENETOSH, headlog multimedia


11:00

Theodor Haratau, Where will the money come from? PSCR2 a European Social Fund project, Romtens Foundation, Romania

11:30

Food for thoughts: How will we learn in future?

Ulrich Schmid , MMB Institute, Germany

12:15 Conclusions: ENETOSH future perspective and strategies

13:00 Closing


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Organising team

Dr Ulrike Bollmann, Institute for Work and Health of the German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV), Germany

Diane Bush, University of California, Berkeley, United States of America

Rebecca Guerin, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), United States of America

Andrea Okun, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), United States of America

Tim Tregenza, European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA), Spain

Yuka Ujita, International Labor Organization (ILO)

Robin Dewey, University of California, Berkeley

Moderator

Steve Horvath, CEO of the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety, Canada

Video

Matthew Holder, British Safety Council (BSC), United Kingdom

Pictures

Claus Dethleff, headlog multimedia, Germany

Report (in preparation)

Diane Bush, Robin Dewey, Yuka Ujita

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