Evaluation
Evaluation
Evaluation of the ENETOSH project
The ENETOSH project was evaluated by the Leuphana University Lueneburg. Evaluations were conducted both of the work within the project itself (internal evaluation/formatively), and of the dissemination and use of the project results (external evaluation/summatively).
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Evaluation of Good Practice Examples
The process of identifying, selecting and presenting examples of good practice in education and training in occupational safety and health for ENETOSH is quality-assured.
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Evaluation of the ENETOSH Standard
In the course of the ENETOSH-project a standard of competence for instructors and trainers in Europe was developed. The standard had been evolved and validated in collaboration with Dresden Technical University.
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Evaluation of the ENETOSH project
Dissemination and exploitation of project results
Systematic, data-based evaluation of the project optimised the quality within the work process and ensured the sustained impact of the network activity. Parameters such as the acceptance of the work and its reach, and the valorisation and sustainability of the network results, were indicators for the quality of the network's activity.

Evaluations were conducted both of the work within the project itself (internal evaluation/formatively), and of the dissemination and use of the project results (external evaluation/summatively).

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The objective was to examine the extent to which the findings were integrated into the education and training systems and practices at national and European level, and applied in a sustained manner.
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Evaluation of Good Practice Examples
A quality management system was developed during the ENETOSH-project, including the following:
  • a list of criteria for selecting examples of good practice [link],
  • a data-collection sheet [link],
  • a coding system (for internal use only),
  • the advisory editing committee plus its statutes (for internal use only) and
  • a code of conduct for users of the ENETOSH platform [link].
These tools are used in accordance with a defined workflow.

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These tools ensure continuous quality assurance of the contents of the ENETOSH internet platform. The tools are regularly checked to ensure they are up to date and, if necessary, they are modified.

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Evaluation of the ENETOSH Standard
An empirical study has been underway since April 2008 to review the validity of the ENETOSH standard. The study is being conducted by Dresden Technical University on behalf of the Institute Work and Health of the German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV). Numerous experts from within and outside the ENETOSH network are involved in the study, which is intended to ascertain whether the ENETOSH Standard of Competence actually does meet the requirements in each area in which it is to be used. The part of the standard dealing with workplace health management was successfully evolved back in 2008. Important and observable types of behaviour were added to it, which could provide a valid and reliable basis for later training or certification. As a result of the positive outcome of this pilot project, a second sub-project was carried out on the part of the standard relating to OSH management to check its validity and add detail to it.
As with the part of the standard referring to workplace health management, a further aim of the study was to define the staff competences, previously formulated in general terms, on the basis of specific, observable behaviour. This behaviour would then be directly observable in instructors’ and trainers’ work, rendering the ENETOSH standard of even more practical use In August 2009, work began on examining the validity of the part of the standard covering occupational safety and health. The study is scheduled to be finished by the end of 2009.
[ENETOSH Standard]