ENETOSH is a lighthouse project
Report on award ceremony
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The award ceremony took place in the presence of the chair of the jury, Susanne Burger from the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research (Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung - BMBF), Dr. Martin Ahbe, Political Coordinator for Education, Training and Research at the General Secretariat of the European Commission and directors Klaus Fahle and Erik Heß from the BIBB National Agency Education for Europe. The ENETOSH supervisor during the course of the project, Isabelle Bonnaire from the National Agency also witnessed the presentation – no doubt with a considerable sense of pride.
ENETOSH came in second amongst the three LEONARDO projects. Particular praise was directed at the network’s continued activities even two years after the end of the project, the ongoing practical implementation of project results – for example the ENETOSH competence standard, and the particular contribution made by ENETOSH towards fostering understanding between the policy fields of occupational safety and health and education in Europe.
Founded in 2005, the network now brings together more than 40 partners from 16 European countries as well as South Korea. Results achieved so far include a website with examples of good practice, which can be found at www.enetosh.net.

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You can find details of the other award winners on the next page.

The documentation related to the event can be found on the webpages of the National Agency: http://www.na-bibb.de (DE)
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