All Examples A-Z
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Källby Gård is a comprehensive school with children from 1 to 12 years old. The school was the first in the world to be awarded the title of safe and secure school, according to the criteria set up by the WHO, on the 24th November 2003. The school has been a model for work with accident prevention. In order to create secure and safe environments, the school has developed a plan of action to promote the children’s security and safety in both the physical and psychosocial environment.
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PAPILIO
Preventing Behavioural Disorders and Promoting Social-Emotional Competence in Preschool Children Tackling the Risks for Violence and Addiction
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PAPILIO is a program in kindergartens for early prevention of behavioural problems and support of social-emotional competencies for kindergarten children. The program is based on knowledge gained from developmental psychology and counteracts the risks of violence and addiction in the long term. PAPILIO has been conceptualized and evaluated in the frame of a longitudinal study with more than 700 children, 1,200 parents and 100 kindergarten teachers. Project partners are betapharm foundation, Robert Bosch foundation, Free University Berlin, University Bremen, University Augsburg and the Augsburger Puppenkiste, which is a famous string- puppets- theatre.
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¡A salvo! (Safe)
A Project by the Government of Castilla y León
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The “¡ A salvo!” (Safe!) campaign directed at primary education students aged from 6 to 12 years in all schools in Castilla y León and was developed to increase the children's awareness and attention to safety. Its objective was to create a new preventive culture by acting from the first stages of education to promote awareness that safety is socially desirable and must be defended by all, and by promoting an attitude change that contributes to the development of health and safety habits for all and benefits everyone.
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The Independant Institute for environmental questions (UfU) in Berlins offers a a collection of materials about "Noise and Listening", which will be available for all teachers in Berlin and which consists of literature, concepts for lessons, CDs with practice examples, work sheets, videos, excursions, measuring instruments and more.
Providing a collection of material which is available to all teachers, makes this project highly effective and reduces its costs; any teacher who has worked with the material may function as a supervisor/advisor to others.
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„Bezpečná Komunita“- Safe Community
In April 2005, the primary school Zachar Kroměřiž in the Czech Republic was announced International Safe School. The programme International Safe Schools is a part of larger movement the World Health Organisation Safe Community movement, formally started in 1989 and located at the WHO Centre Community Safety Promotion in Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden.

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Hearing Health
Material for study and teaching for schools
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Hearing Health provides material for teachers in compulsory schools to enhance the knowledge of their pupils about noise, their sound environment and about the protection of hearing damage.
Hearing Health for the Compulsory School consists of two parts, each of which has been adapted to a different age group and intended for use in teaching.
The factual sections do not claim to cover the subject area comprehensively, but rather aim to function as basic information and sources of inspiration in areas which may be explored in greater depth. The material can be integrated with and used in various subject areas such as music, visual arts, biology and physics.
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This project of the construction supervision council of the canton Zurich wants to sensitize pupils and give them knowledge about noise. The speech “You are, what you listen to!” or the theatre “Threatened by the noise mafia…” offer an effective noise experience for teenagers aged 15 years and serve as an introduction of the theme noise.
The speech can be heald in front of the pupils, the theatre production approaches the topic in a funny, satirical way by watching two secret agents hunting the noise Mafia...
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“Safe School with PZU”
| Bild: | “Safe School with PZU” is organized under the patronage of the Ministry of National Education and Sport, National Road Safety Council (NRSC), Main Police Command, and Onet.pl.Experts from those institutions worked out materials which would be easy to understand for pupils. “Safe School with PZU” is the only campaign in Poland realized on so large scale and engaging so many institutions and people. It is a continuation of other big prevention campaigns organized by PZU, which should improve safety on Polish roads.
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Promotion of listening
Registered Foundation for Listening by HR and BR
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The "Foundation for Listening", founded by the Hessischer Rundfunk and Bayerischer Rundfunk, Germany, wants to teach people how to listen. It wants to give children, adolescents and adults positive listening experiences, and intends to do so by using contemporary teaching methods.
The project "Listening in Listening Schools" won the 3rd price at the 6th Training & Innovation from 7th to 8th July 2006 at the BG Institute Work and Health (BGAG) in Dresden
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Bunte Kuh
Building with clay, water and fire
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It is the most wonderful task of architecture to create a home. Home means feeling yourself at home with body and soul. In order to reach this, however, we all have to show concern for our direct social and architectural environment with much more self-determination and imagination.
With its "hands-on design of spaces" scheme, Bunte Kuh e.V. regularly conducts different architectural projects using clay, water and fire in problem districts and in education facilities.
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Pellekaija Pum
A bird as a symbol for childrens´safety campaigns
Pellekaija Pum is an exotic and rare bird. It is distantly related to a parrot. Pellekaija Pum is bumbling around in all kinds of dangerous situations and the children must give him advice so that he will not hurt himself.
The advice is often in the form of songs dealing with fire safety, falling, poisoning, sharp tool hazards and traffic safety. The children learn to prevent and avoid hazards and to act correctly if an accident occurs.

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“Safe in our own school”
Knowing about dangers at school, home and in the workplace
The school, being the authority in charge of education par excellence, shall take the burden for the education to the Civil Protection, which is a pivotal aspect in personal education .
The education to the Civil Protection at school shall concern above all the prevention at social level that, through the knowledge of the environmental and technological risks, results in useful behavioural measures in case of emergency.
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Mister Help
TV programme by Rai Educational and Ispesl
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Can children and teenagers discriminate safe from dangerous behaviours?
'Mister Help' is the title of a TV programme by Rai Educational and Ispesl (National Institute of Occupational Safety and Prevention), which was broadcast on Rai 3 and via satellite.
This programme was aimed at children and teenagers attending compulsory education (aged 6-15), to convey among young people a clear message on issues related to safety.
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Power Play
a board game by Ikeja Electric, Nigeria
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Ikeja Electric Plc (IE), Nigeria’s largest electricity distribution company, has taken its safety enlightenment campaign a notch higher with the unveiling of its proprietary board game tagged Power Play©.
The game, which is novel in the electricity industry is designed as an education and entertainment tool, which provides information relating to hazards and common violations as well as other operational aspects of the the use of electricity, to customers in IE network, in a family-friendly format.
The board game was distributed in all secondary schools in Lagos, Nigeria. The game was targeted at grade 6-9.
More information on the Ikeja website.

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Ježkovy Voči
Primary Prevention of Children Injuries
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KIDMAP from Czech Republic is a voluntary group of experts at the children’s world, without legal personality. The mission of KIDMAP is to responsibly and regularly map and explore the life of contemporary children from 0 to 16, carefully prepared researches and discussions not only with children, but also with a variety of experts and teachers in cooperation with the universities and the public administration. KIDMAP decided to respond to the alarming numbers of child injuries by creating an own project on the primary children injury prevention - JežkovyVoči
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Güven Usta
Master Trust
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Güven Usta ("Master Trust") is a comic character, designed and produced by Murat Çokal for the Turkish Ministry of Labour and Social Security. Originally designed for the 19th World Congress for Health and Safety, it will be used on the back cover of primary school textbooks in the academic year 2017, as well as on posters and in videos dealing with occupational safety and health.
In the next stage of the project, about 100 videos will be produced for the Ministry of Education. Güven Usta, closely linked to the "Safely Grow Turkey" slogan, is supposed to teach tomorrow's workers the principles of occupational safety and health, safe operation and consciousness of an employee today. Find some examples on the next page.
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The ergonomic classroom
Helping to make a good and healthy school
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The design and furnishing of classrooms are important factors for successful learning and teaching and therefore also for the safety and health of schoolchildren and teaching staff.
The German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV) and its member institutions support the concept of the „good and healthy school“. In close co-operation with the responsible German Social Accident Insurance Institutions for the public sector, two model classrooms, one in a secondary school in North Rhine-Westphalia, the other in a primary school in Saxony, were therefore each optimized with regard to the ergonomic aspects of room climate and room air quality, acoustics, lighting and colour, furniture and flooring.
A detailed evaluation was performed, comprising measurements prior to and following implementation of the redesign measures and surveys of the schoolchildren and the teachers. The evaluation showed that the ergonomic design of the classrooms was able to improve the working and learning conditions.
Ergonomic design therefore constitutes an essential element of a classroom that is conducive to learning and to good health. This element should be given the greatest possible consideration during the planning and construction of new school buildings and the redevelopment of older buildings.
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“The safe school” and “The safe kindergarten”
Accident Insurance North Rhine-Westphalia
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On this website, originally run by the Accident Insurance North Rhine-Westphalia, children, pupils and other visitors can click through a unique virtual model of a school or a kindergarten. Users can find out a lot about safety, risks and technical details.
The "Safe School" website is now rum by the German Accident Insurance DGUV. Both virtual models have several floors and show rooms inside and outside, the school shows corridors, classrooms and specials rooms for chemistry, biology and more. Even a natatorium and a gym can de visited.
The website also provides additional material and is fully interactive.
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Ar and Mi is a project from Denmark featuring two trolls, who are supposed to help teachers to teach about Safety and Health. Different types of practical materials are provided: an interactive website, Ar & Mi at school – a material set -, a game, three story books and a teacher’s guide.
AR and Mi on tour is a suitcase full of practical material. The material provided is for interdisciplinary teaching in the classroom and across classes. There is an opportunity for differentiation in the professional level. In the suitcase, there are books, a game and a material set, as well as a teacher's Guide.
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Department of Education and Training website
NSW Government, Dep. Education and Communities
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This website offers a huge amount of different resources for students, parents, job seekers, employers, apprentices, trainees, and more.
Services include, amongst others, services for Schools, Technical and Further Education colleges, Aboriginal Communities, Children & Youth, about Grants and Funding, Sport, Venues & Events and Volunteering.
For exemple: the practical information for parents cover the child's key transitions from preschool through to high school and beyond. Information are provided about the time in the classroom - early childhood education and care, disability programs, preschool, starting school through to year 6, transition into high school, years 7 to 10 and years 11 to 12 and beyond. Furthermore, the services cover information on activities outside of school, such as sports, volunteering, and more.
Services for all target groups offer a wide range of information and further links to resources such as social media, websites, blogs, and more.
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Napo for Teachers
Introducing safety and health in education: Study resources for teachers
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Using the ever-popular Napo character, EU-OSHA, the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work, together with the Napo Consortium has devised a series of occupational safety and health (OSH) education toolkits for teachers, aimed at introducing health and safety topics to primary school children in an educational, yet fun and imaginative way using the Napo clips and creative activities.
Each study pack outlines the key messages and learning objectives, offering teachers full details on suggested activity ideas and the resources required, alongside a sample lesson plan that can be readily incorporated into a typical 40 minute lesson
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KiVa Koulu
Anti- bullying campaign from Finland
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KiVa is a research-based antibullying program that has been developed in the University of Turku, Finland, with funding from the Ministry of Education and Culture. The effectiveness of KiVa has been shown in a large randomized controlled trial. In Finland, KiVa is a sought-after program: 90 % of all comprehensive schools in the country are registered KiVa schools implementing the program.
The KiVa program involves both universal and indicated actions to prevent bullying and to tackle cases of bullying coming to attention.
The universal actions are targeted at all students in a school. They refer to efforts made to influence the group norms and to build capacity in all children to behave in constructive ways, to take responsibility for not encouraging bullying, and to support the victims.
The website is available in Suomi, Swedish, Dutch, English and French.
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Molli und Walli
Road safety for children
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"Molli and Walli" is an interactive and animated website for kids, containing quizzes, puzzles, a Jump 'n' Run game and much information about road safety for children. The website is supposed to prevent accidents on the way to school and to teach children about road safety in a playful way. It was set up and is hosted by the German Social Accident Insurance Institution for the public sector in Hesse. It contains lots of useful information, brochures and links for parents as well.
The website is available in German and in Turkish.
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KidsMatter
Improve the mental health and wellbeing of children
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KidsMatteraims to improve the mental health and wellbeing of children, reduce mental health problems amongst children, and achieve greater support for children experiencing mental health difficulties, and their families.
KidsMatter includes KidsMatter Early Childhood, designed for implementation in preschools and long day care; and KidsMatter Primary Schools, designed for implementation in Australian primary schools.
KidsMatter Early Childhood has been developed by the Australian Government, Department of Health and Ageing, in collaboration with the Commonwealth Government Department of Health and Ageing, beyondblue: the national depression initiative and the Australian Psychological Society and Early Childhood Australia.
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Good healthy school
School development award
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The school development award „Good healthy school“ is an initiative of the Statutory accident insurance for the public sector In North Rhine-Westphalia. Since 2008, it is awarded annually to schools in Northrine-Wesrtphalia, that inetgrate health promotion and prevention into their quality development. The prize awards schools for their good work and promotes the dissemination of good healthy school practice. All general education schools and occupational schools in North Rhine-Westphalia can participate in the tender. Previously awarded schools are allowed to apply in a parallel procedure.
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Upsi
A comic character for safety and health
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Upsi is a comic character, created by the Accident Insurance Berlin to raise awareness for OSH topics in a playful way. Eight books and one radio play have been released until now, dealing with physical excercises, skin, fire, learning to swim and listening.
The books are supposed to be read to children aged 4 - 6 in kindergartens to give them information on the topics and raise their awareness in a playful way. The radio play can teach children how to concentrate on one single sound, how to listen.
In 2014, the Accident Insurance Berlin carried out an evaluation of the project - a video (in German) about the results is available here.
Every kindergarten in Berlin gets the books for free and can use them.
On the next page you will find more information on the books and the radio play.
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Základní škola Hornoměcholupská
A School of the Third Millennium
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The school focuses on teaching foreign languages, information and communication technologies and healthy lifestyle. This year has 15 classes and more than 300 pupils. Since the school year 2007/2008 the school began to implement their own educational program Hornoměcholupská Elementary School - School of the Third Millennium ".
Everyday school activity and programme contains such activities that lead the pupils into positive changes of the attitude towards one another, the environment, to maintain good relations with people, to be able to solve the problems effectively and manage stress and the regime. The school considers a long-term priority to educate a man who grasps and understands the value of health and strives at health protection.
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"Naschgarten"
Children creating their own “Munching garden”
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The "Naschgarten" (Munching garden) at Holzminden is a local prevention project for more nature experience and living areas in the city to reduce adiposis in childhood. Children are supposed to be introduced to healthy nutrition, more physical excercises and creation of their own living environment in a playful way for promotion of activity and well-being of the children.
In the munching garden (Naschgarten) in the city centre of Holzminden, the children can put their own play- and garden-ideas into practice. They are involved in planning, gardening and harvest. The project addresses especially children of socially disadvantaged families.
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MindMatters
Promotion of mental health through education
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Originally from Australia, MindMatters is a school based programme for the promotion of mental health in secondary schools (Grade 5 – 10). The German language adaptation was developed and pilot tested within a research project under the lead of Prof. Dr. Peter Paulus at the Leuphana University Lueneburg from 2002 to 2006.
MindMatters is a setting approach and aims at all persons involved in school such as pupils, school heads and non-teaching staff as well as at affiliated outside the school.
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Choose Safety
Pilot project by the HSA
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The Irish Health and Safety Authority (HSA) launched a pilot project in post-primary schools in the south-east and west of the country in September 2007. ‘Choose Safety’ is a teaching and learning resource pack for post- junior certificate students. It is primarily aimed at transition year, leaving certificate applied and leaving certificate vocational programmes and those who are likely to engage in work experience. The ‘Choose Safety’ module consists of a students’ workbook, a teacher's guidebook and a DVD. The module is approximately a 20 hour programme and the lessons may be expanded or condensed to suit the timetable- arrangements in schools and the ability range of students.
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Facket i sommarland
Telephone help line for summer jobs advice
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Every year LO conducts union outreach activities, called “Facket I sommarland” (trade union summer assistance for young people) among young people aged 16-20 years. Visits to workplaces are made and a special telephone help-line offers guidance during the summer. Young trade unionists answer the questions that young people have about their working conditions. Young people are informed about their rights on summer jobs.
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A safe start in the pharmaceutical sector
A project by GlaxoSmithKline Poland
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GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has set principles and launched various initiatives to help young workers to assimilate into their new work environment and to ensure that they make a safe start in their working life. Actions towards young workers and students working onsite are carried out within the context of the company’s general policy on risk prevention.
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How easy can it be?
Interactive educational software about risks in retail
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Many young people are employed in the retail sector and the number of work-related injuries is relatively high compared to other sectors. The Sector Environment Council for Retail decided to produce interactive educational software – “the training programme” – for the information and instruction of young people about their working environment in the retail sector. Making it relevant and interesting for young people was the main objective as well as designing something that would be interesting for their employers, too. Winner of a European Good Practice Award 2006.
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“Future Competence” Skills - Improve Apprentice Safety
A project by RHI AG Veitsch/Radex GmbH & Co
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The aim of this project is to teach apprentices in the fields of safety competence, health competence, personal competence, technical competence and future competence. Another main focus of this innovative project is to develop hazard-spotting skills and involve the young apprentices in hazard rectification.
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WiseUp2Work
Workplace Hazard Awareness Course
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A new qualification designed to improve young people’s understanding of safe working when taking part in work experience.
The course and qualification aims to provide Year 10 students with a basic understanding of health and safety in the workplace, so that they understand hazards, and what to expect of their employer.
Teaching materials to support the qualification have been produced by IOSH and will be free to schools and colleges. The materials will be accessible for students to work online and have been piloted in schools in England to ensure they meet the needs of teachers and students.
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DiaMedia
Vocational- pedagogic concept for the metal- and electric industry
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According to an INQA-project, a concept has been developed for vocational education personnel in the metal- and electric industry called “from teacher to learning assistant”. It implements contemporary vocational- pedagogic approaches according to the dual education by using the example of the requirements of machine guidelines. This concept has been further developed in another project for trainees in the metal- and electric industry.
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Family businesses
Safety and Health in small enterprises
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This brochure supports to rise the awareness of entrepreneurs of possible sources of danger in the enterprise. It informs about safety measurements to prevent accidents, to ensure the quality of working material in the enterprise in order to prevent accidents due to material faults and helps to use machinery in a responsible way. The entrepreneur is informed about potential risks, how to assess, to avoid and to eliminate these. The special situation of family businesses is addressed by showing potential risks when children are particularly present at the workplace.
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In Austria a series of OSH seminars has been offered since 2004 for teachers in vocational schools and higher technical colleges. The duration is 96 hours in total, 48 hours are announced by the Federal Institute for Pedagogic Education and 48 hours are to choose from the organisations standard seminar programs. The participants are trained to be tutors and instructors for OSH and they get a certificate on that. The education program contains the following items: basic laws and technical standards, organisation of OSH in practice, workplace safety, ergonomics, chemical substances, evaluation of hazards and cost-benefit analysis. With this extra knowledge teachers will be able to include OSH facts in the teaching programs of their schools. Finally their students will get a certificate, the above mentioned Occupational Health and Safety Passport.
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Drug prevention in vocational training
E- Learning program for trainers
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This E- Learning program offers several possibilities for vocational trainers to get information about the subject "drugs" and to practice strategies for handling this problem in a propriate manner.
The program is available online and can as well be ordered on CD ROM.
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Since the 1980s, the BG BAU is supporting the interplant training centres in imparting of different issues of occupational safety and health by a complete training programme, the “Youth programme”. Trainers and trainees form the target group of this training programme.
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Increasing the awareness of occupational health and safety in young persons and decreasing the number of occupational accidents affecting young persons - that is the aim of this course in 4 parts for teachers in the 7th grade.
This project won the 2nd price at the 6th Training & Innovation from 7th to 8th July 2006 at the BG Institute Work and Health (BGAG) in Dresden.
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A vocational training that fits!
Education materials for occupational groups
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Consequentially thought- out:
Day after day, teachers do an inestimable job in prevention work. The BGW wants to give assistance to all of them. Optimally edited education and training material has been already developed for the following occupational groups:
- Medical Assistant
- Hair- Dresser
- Dental Technician
- Elderly Care Nurse
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The Employability Partnership
Initiated by HSE
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The website provides information for young people, employers, schools and parents and useful links to downloadable documents.
All work experience opportunities offered by employers are checked by The Employability Partnership to ensure that they are safe, meaningful and comply with current legislation.
Clearly, the risks in an office or shop will be considerably less than those found in a potentially more hazardous garage or factory environment and so discussions with TEP, which will include a visit to a new employer, include a discussion about those risks, taking into account the student’s relative lack of maturity and familiarity with the workplace, coupled with age related physical limitations.
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DitArbejdsLiv (TheWorklife)
An interactive website from Denmark
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DitArbejdsliv.Nu, the website of the project, offers an interactive game as well as additional information. Users can test themselves in different crooked, bad or strange dilemmas in the workplace, can read about others' experiences on the job and can get much more about psychological work.
The Occupational Medicine in Herning, which based on many years of research in the project VestLiv and experience with young people and mental health, as behind both games and website.
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Safety Signs
Training material for vocational school students
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Where do I have to wear a helmet? How can I leave the building quickly? At the workplace, safety signs point out risks and dangers and help to manage emergency behaviour. Especially apprentices should be familiar with these signs.
With this is a collection of training materials, including interactive web based training, students are supposed to get professional , method and social competences.
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ungmedjob.dk
Website for young people at work
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The website "ungmedjob.dk (youth with job) is a project of the Danish working environment council BAR U&F (BAR Undervisning & Forskning, which means "Education and Research"). The website aims to gather information about young people. The site is aimed at: young people up to 25 years, teachers in the school, at the upper secondary and vocational education, parents of young people in the labor market and employers of apprentices, trainees or young people in after-school.
Behind the site is sector working environment councils , where employers and employees work together to promote a good working environment in the various industries.
For the young people, there is a special area of the website, with an interactive safety game and special information. There is also a Facebook page of ungmedjob, as a platform for interactive communication about safety at work, with further advice, photos and videos. More information on the website.

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Youth @ Work: Talking Safety
TEACHING YOUNG WORKERS ABOUT JOB SAFETY AND HEALTH
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This curriculum has been designed to teach core health and safety skills and knowledge, covering basic information relevant to any occupation.
The learning activities in this curriculum are intended to raise awareness among young people about occupational safety and health and provide them with the basic skills they need to become active participants in creating safe and healthy work environments.
The activities highlight hazards and prevention strategies from a wide variety of workplaces. The materials are very flexible. They may be used as a stand-alone curriculum or may be incorporated into other safety programs. Teachers who have used this curriculum indicated that the material was an excellent introduction to other safety instruction such as the OSHA 10-hour course or occupational specific safety instruction. They also said it could be used to enhance other safety programs. Educators can tailor the curriculum to students in a specific career cluster by selecting the workplace examples and scenarios provided which are most relevant to that career cluster.
This curriculum has been endorsed by the U.S. Department of Education’s Career Cluster Initiative, Job Corps, and Skills USA.
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Speak Up, Stay Safe
Health and Safety Courses, Training, Health and Safety Audits
This website by the British Safety Council offers lots of information and resources for young people and employers, such as information on hazards and risks, films, an online game and Apps for Smartphones. Twitter and Facebook make this campaign complete.

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HEADS UP - WORK SMART WORK SAFE
Young Worker Safety
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„HEADS UP – WORK SMART WORK SAFE“ is a project of WCB Worker’s Compensation Board in Alberta, Canada. The campaign provides information on young worker’s safety and offers several tools such as comics, a weblog, a Facebook page and a Twitter page.
Info text of the project: "Trust your gut!
Starting your first job can be scary.
It's hard to know what to expect, what questions to ask and what to do about certain situations.
One thing we can tell you for sure is that you'll never be out of line when you ask about safety. After all, it's your day, your life and your body that will be affected by an unsafe work situation.
Did you know that:
- young guys aged 18-24 are three times more likely to be injured on the job than any other workers?
- you are more likely to get hurt within the first six months of employment than any other time?
Tell us your safety stories (both good and bad), let us know where you've seen our posters and get involved. More importantly - give safety a voice!"
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"Jugend will sich erleben" (Youth wants self-experience) is a project by German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV) offering materials for initial vocational education and training to increase awareness of young workers for OSH. Several DVDs, awards activities and an internet portal are part of the project. In 2010, a new DVD was produced, in the scope of a vocational school campaign. The film is called "Everyday heroes" (Alltagshelden), and it shows a normal work day of three slightly different young workers - Michael, Micky and Mike. They encounter the same situations and risks, but their actions and reactions are completely different.
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“Paying Attention Pays”
Youth Employment Educational Outreach Game
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Paying Attention Pays is a fun, innovative, interactive, educational and rewarding game that teaches students and school officials about workplace rights and job safety. The game is supposed to highlight the child labor laws in an easy-to-understand and fun format as well as provide insight into employment-related standards and safety issues.
Paying Attention Pays is designed as a game to encourage group discussion and friendly competition. While participants play the game, they learn and have fun at the same time - participants‘ attention span improves, and information is retained. A summary sheet is handed out at the end of the program so that participants will have a handy resource they can take with them for future reference.
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Everyday there are more than 350,000 workers on the job in British Columbia. They might be changing the oil in deep-fryers, planting trees in the back woods, or cleaning up debris around construction sites. While the jobs they do may differ, young workers all have one thing in common ― they are at high risk of getting injured at work.
This campaign includes a web site, live events, and social media components like links to the "raise Your Hand" Facebook page and Twitter account.
It encourages young workers to be pro-active about their own workplace safety.
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BYGGESIKKERHED.DK
Website For Construction Safety
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This website by the BAR Bygge & Anlæg (Sectoral Working Environment Council on Building and Construction) aims to raise awareness and knowledge about safety in professions in the construction sector.
The website is available in four languages: Danish, English, Polish and German. It contains 15 different areas, each of them covering one profession at the construction site: bricklayer, scaffold builder, glazier, floor fitter, construction builder, mason paviour, building builder, electrician, painter, demolition worker, roofer, carpenter, plumber, asphalt worker and safety representative.
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Passport to Safety
Nationally recognised certificate on OSH knowledge
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Passport to Safety is an innovative national youth health and safety test and transcript programme in Canada that verifies whether young people have a basic understanding of what they need to know to protect themselves from injury at work. The Passport to Safety card is a nationally recognised certificate, which certifies a basic level of health and safety knowledge.
Passport to Safety does not replace the job-specific health and safety training that is required of all employers under Canadian legislation. All employers are still required to provide the training necessary for each worker to be able to perform their job safely.
The Passport to Safety aims to help eliminate needless injuries and preventable deaths of young Canadians aged 24 and under.
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Ambassador network
for teachers in social and health care training programmes
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The Ambassador Network is a programme in social and health care vocational schools to support the teaching of OSH and coach teachers in this area. In each vocational school, an ‘ambassador’ for OSH/work environment training is established to support other teachers. the ambassadors are organised into a network to share e.g. information and experiences.
Instigators of this project are the joint employer-trade union work environment council (BAR) for the social and health care sector.
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Napo
Safety with a smile
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Napo is an original idea conceived by a small group of OSH communications professionals in response to the need for high quality information products to break down national boundaries and address the diverse cultures, languages and practical needs of people at work. Each film is co-produced by a number of European Institutions. The Film Consortium - HSE (UK); DGUV (Germany); INAIL (Italy); INRS (France); SUVA (Switzerland) and AUVA (Austria) - emerged from the European Year of Safety and Health 1992/3, and the European Film Festival held in Thessaloniki in 1992.
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SAFESTART
basic safety through e-Learning
| Bild: | SAFESTART is a project staged by Preventie & Interim as part of the European Leonardo Da Vinci programme. It is a European partnership which aims to enhance work floor safety through the development of a user-friendly e-Learning training course, enabling users to prepare at their own pace for the exam in order to obtain the B-VCA certificate that is mandatory in some European countries.
Safestart is a training course via e-learning in "Basic Safety at Work" for school-leavers, jobseekers and temporary workers.
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"Volle Puste"
Full Breath
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"Volle Puste" (Full Breath) is a project by the Institute and Outpatient Clinic for Occupational, Social and Environmental Medicine at the Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich. It is supported by the Initiative for New Quality at Work (INQA). The project is supposed to raise awareness of the role of respiratory and skin diseases when choosing a profession.
Four E- Learning cases exist so far, dealing with lung and skin diseases in different professions like mechatronic engineers, hairdressers, mechanic engineers and medical technical assistants.
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STAD
Stockholm Prevents Alcohol and Drug Problems
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STAD started in 1995 as a project, and is since the year 2005 a section within the Center for Dependency Disorders in Stockholm, Stockholm County Council. STAD conducts long-term development work in alcohol and drug prevention by testing and evaluating promising methods for the prevention of alcohol and drug problems. Evaluation is being carried out in co-operation with the Department of Public Health Sciences at the Karolinska Institute.
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“New Kids on the Job”
BAR U&F Denmark
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“Ny i job” or “New Kids on the Job” is teaching materials addressed to young people in transition between education and job and to young people, who have just started their working life. Teaching materials are for goal orientated education and instruction to change attitudes to occupational safety and health. It promotes and encourages a preventive culture among young workers and their employers.
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Got a good idea?
College students solve physical workload problems
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Young people with jobs in agriculture and horticulture are exposed to physically demanding working conditions causing risks to their health and safety. This project took the form of a training programme, and targeted agricultural students aged 16-20 years who were employed and attending college at the same time. The programme had two main goals: to educate students on physical strain and how to cope with it and to challenge students to assess their own work environments and to think up ways of improving it.
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Educating Engineers In Risk Concepts
Bachelor and Master in Engineering at the University of Liverpool
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There is an indication that across Higher Education (HE) engineering courses in the UK, the extent and content of risk education varies, and is not always commensurate with the level of risk that undergraduates could be responsible for managing in their professional life. Consequently, a project was set up to incorporate risk education into the curriculum of an undergraduate engineering course in a UK university for the 2005/06 academic year.
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Health and Safety Management at the Workplace
Postgraduate Studies run by the School of Public Health in Łódz (NIOM)
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The studies are composed of lectures and practical classes. The sessions take place once a month – three days a week. Every session consists of 13 units (26 hours). The innovative and comprehensive curriculum of studies includes OSH policy in Poland and EU, ergonomics, OSH management, integrated system of health determinants in the workplace, GP HESSME, as well as legal aspects connected with OSH.
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“Social Security Management with emphasis on Accident Insurance“
Course of studies at Hennef, Germany

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This degree course is run by our Department of Social Security Management in collaboration with the appropriate professional associations. The programme qualifies its graduates for careers in senior positions in the field of social security, with special emphasis on accident insurance.

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Safety Management, Occupational Hygiene and Ergonomics
Warsaw University of Technology
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During the educational process the students acquire current knowledge regarding ergonomics, safety and health protection, analysis and assessment of occupational risk, safety and work hygiene management. They also advance their skills in designing, implementing, maintaining and mastering systems of occupational safety management. Special emphasis is placed on providing students with the ability of practical use of the knowledge acquired.
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KAN Praxis
Examples of good practice for ergonomically designed machines
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What characterizes an ergonomically designed machine? What aspects must be considered during design? Where can I find relevant information? This catalogue of good-practice examples of ergonomically designed machines is intended to assist in raising awareness of ergonomic parameters during the design of machinery and to indicate sources of more detailed information in standards
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Occupational Health in Developing Countries
Free Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)
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The Centre for International Health at the University of Bergen (UiB), Norway, together with colleagues at Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia and Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences in Tanzania, has created a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) to reach health personnel all over the world – with the purpose of improving health and life of workers in developing countries. The course "Occupational Health in Developing Countries" is free for everyone to attend. The first round started in March 2016.
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fitcampus - Health Promoting University
University of Applied Sciences Erfurt
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The University of Applied Sciences Erfurt and the health insurance company " AOK PLUS " started this project in 2009.
A project group with representatives of the insurance company and the University (University Board, Staff, Student Council, Project Manager / initiator etc.) put together the tasks for the period until the end of 2011. Project Director is Prof. Dr. Karl-Heinz Stange from the Faculty of Applied Social Sciences.
FH Erfurt became the first university in Thuringia which was involved in such a project for health prevention for members of the university. An important innovation was that not only the staff of the university can participate in the project, but also the students were explicitly included and could particularly benefit from prevention services.
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Accredited Online College Degree Programs
An open access resource in the U.S.
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The open-access database "Accredited Online College Degree Programs" is part of the website "Accredited Online Colleges", which is a database for accredited colleges and universities in the whole United States. This special resource is meant to promote Degree Program Accreditation for skilled workers and service employees. This includes Nurses, Doctors, Teachers, the Police, Entrepreneurs, and their respective organizations. The database allows to search for program-specific education and accreditation information for universities.
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"Master International Occupational Safety and Health" program
Ludwig- Maximilians Universität, Munich
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The “Master International Occupational Safety and Health” was established by the Center for International Heath (CIH) of the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU) together with partners from Latin America.
In the course of co-operations with partner universities from Latin America and contact with participants of summer schools in Germany and in Latin America, a strong need for a Master’s degree in Occupational Safety and Health in Latin America had been identified.
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iNTeg-Risk
Early Recognition, Monitoring and Integrated Management of Emerging, New Technology related Risks
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iNTeg-Risk is a large-scale integrating project aimed at improving the management of emerging risks, related to “new technologies” in European industry. This is being achieved by building new management paradigm for emerging risks as a set of principles supported by a common language, agreed tools & methods, and Key Performance Indicators, all integrated into a single framework. The project aim is to reduce time-to-market for the lead market EU technologies and promote safety, security, environmental friendliness and social responsibility as a trademark of the EU technologies. The project goal is to improve early recognition and monitoring of emerging risks and decrease reaction times if major accidents involving emerging risks happen.
The project involves leading EU industries and renowned R&D institutions. It is coordinated by the European Virtual Institute for Integrated Risk Management, the dedicated EEIG guaranteeing the sustainability of results after the project.
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NetWoRM
Net-based Training for Work- Related Medicine
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NetWoRM (Net-based Training for Work- Related Medicine), a project by the Clinical centre of the University of Munich
Institute of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, is a project for the further development and the worldwide dissemination of the web-based virtual patients for Occupational Medicine.
 The aim of the implementation of these virtual patients was to enhance the interest in Occupational Medicine in medical students. Beyond the teaching of theoretical basics they support the clinical aspects of this specific field and the multidisciplinary use of acquired knowledge.
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Promoting safety culture at DIT
A step closer to the real world
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The Dublin Institute of Technology is one of Ireland’s largest and most innovative third-level institutions, with a population of 22,000 students and approximately 2,000 staff members. DIT offers over 300 different programmes from apprenticeship right through to postgraduate level. DIT’s campus sites are currently located in over 40 buildings around the city centre.
Universities and colleges in Ireland have to comply with OSH legislation, which requires them to prevent risks to their own staff and to third parties including students. In assisting the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) to meet its legal obligations, its safety team has sought, at the same time, to promote a safety culture among students with the aim that they will take this away with them to their future workplaces.
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Transferring the results of business cases awards initiative to business and engineering schools
Robert W. Campbell Award
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The US National Safety Council (NSC) with global partners organise the international Robert W. Campbell Award, an international award for business excellence. The award recognizes companies that have successfully integrated health, safety and environmental management into their overall business operations. These cases, which demonstrate health and safety and economic productivity, are converted for use as resources for engineering and business schools, and to promote partnerships with business schools and cooperation among professors/lecturers.
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Master of OSH
Master in Occupational Hazards (Risks) Management and Master in Construction Safety Management and Coordination
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The University of Salamanca, Spain, provides different types of studies in occupational safety and health with the specialisation Master in Occupational Hazards (Risks) Management or Master in Construction Safety Management and Coordination.
The aim is to integrate health and safety risk training and education into undergraduate and postgraduate courses. To carry out this objetive programme, the university works in three areas: education, vocational training and information and dissemination. The master studies are divided into a common part that is obligatory and an optional specialisation.
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The PGA (Prophylaktische Gesundheits Arbeit), department ‘Linz Academy of Occupational Medicine and Safety’ is a private non-profit organization certified by Ministry of Health to be one of two Austrian instititutions for the training of occupational physicians. This academy offers courses for students who have completed medical university to study occupational medicine as required by Austrian and EU regulations and to be able to intervene in a preventive way in all companies and organisations that are required to provide occupational medical expertise to workers and management.
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Postgraduate Safety and Occupational Hygiene Studies and Systems of Safety Management
Postgraduate Studies held by the School of Labour Safety Management in Katowice
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These studies prepare students for the profession of a safety and occupational hygiene inspector and, after passing the relevant exam, the students acquire the title of internal auditor of OSH management systems.
The students also take part in the training called “Internal Auditor of the Safety and Occupational Hygiene Management System” which is finished by a final test. Those students who pass the test are given a certificate of the Internal Auditor of the Safety and Occupational Hygiene Management Systems, the 'Certificate of postgraduate studies'.
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Healthy Ageing
Swedish National Institute of Public Health
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Co-funded by the European Commission, the three-year (2004–2007) Healthy Ageing project aims to promote healthy ageing among people aged 50 years and over. It involves ten countries, the World Health Organisation (WHO), the European Older People’s Platform (AGE) and EuroHealthNet. The goal is exchange of knowledge and experience among the European Union Member States and EFTA-EEA countries.
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3rd Career Revitalization
A training programme for elder employees

| Bild: | This programme, developed by EXPERTIS, Prague, is supposed to help elder employees to deal with changes in their life and work environment. It won the 1st price at the 6th Training and Innovation, which was held from 7th to 8th July 2006 in the scope of the European Week “Safe start” at the BG Institute Work and Health (BGAG) in Dresden.

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This program was organised by The National Labour Inspectorate (PIP) in the years 2004 – 2005. The campaign included seminars, competitions, meetings, open days and presentations. Open days organised all over the country – presentations of safe constructions, personal protective equipment, meetings, and seminars for representatives of trade unions and employers of construction sector, competitions for the young and programs in schools for construction sector.
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Safety Passport
A campaign by the Safety Pass Alliance SPA
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The Safety Training Passport Scheme is one of the various safety passport schemes in the UK. All Safety Passport holders attend a basic one or two day course, which is a mixture of spoken word, videos and power point/OHP presentation. Assessment tests will be included at the end of each course module. After three years refresher course is required. This industry-led, nationally recognised scheme reflects Health and Safety Executive (HSE) syllabus guidance.
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Education for safety - EDFORSA
Risk prevention and health protection in adult education
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A modular training programme available in English and Czech. The project wants to improve knowledge and skills through developing of a distance-learning course to ensure the quality of education according to the criteria for the certification of qualified persons and specialists in the field of OSH in the EU countries. It wants to give a unique modular training in OSH to Europe. This is the most effective way how to harmonise till now different national approaches and how to support an effective and flexible international communication in the field of OSH.
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Timely promoting, long profiting
Health promotion of the staff
With designing ergonomic work environment, high-tech rest rooms and joint hiking, the German enterprise DEGUMA works on health promotion of the staff.
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Training Materials on OSH
SAACIWCE (Pakistan)
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The Saeed Ahmed Awan Centre for Improvement of Working Conditions & Environment (SAACIWCE) Lahore is a pioneer institution in Pakistan providing professional services in the fields of occupational, safety, health and working environment. It is part of the Labour & Human Resource Department, Government of the Punjab, Pakistan.
This website offers a selection of important training and information materials on Occupational Safety and Health, such as safety signs, posters and manuals.
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e-guide
Healthy Workplaces for all Ages
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Throughout Europe, the proportion of older people in the population is growing, people have to work longer, and the average age of workers is increasing.
It is therefore important to:
  • Create safe and healthy workplaces for workers of all ages and
  • Ensure people can reach the end of their working career in good health
This e-guide provides practical information, tips and examples related to the ageing of the workforce and the opportunities it brings along. It also shows how age-related challenges can be addressed at work.
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Parachute
Preventing Injuries. Saving Lives.
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Parachute is a Canadian national, charitable organization dedicated to preventing injuries and saving lives. Parachute offers many programs across Canada that are designed to help people reduce their risks of injury while enjoying long lives lived to the fullest. Lots of injury topics are covered by Parachute, programs like "National Teen Driver Safety Week", "No Regrets", "Passport to Safety", "Safe Kids Week", and more help to reach the goals of Parachute.
The Parachute website offers lots of information and resources on different, injury prevention related topics, programs and campaigns, such as "Vision Zero" and "Parachute's Horizon".
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German Road Safety
Brochure is several languages
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Starting in 2015, Germany had to deal with a new challenge for politics and society: the big number of refugees coming to the country from many regions in the world, where war and hardship forces people to leave their home countries.
This development is a challenge for the whole society, and it affects the world of health and safety in a very special way. Not only the growing cultural diversity at workplaces has to be dealt with, but also many aspects of everyday life.One of these is road safety.
The German Road Safety Council released a brochure explaining German traffic rules and proper behaviour, especially for bicycle drivers and for refugees.
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ABClean project
asbestos awareness e-learning course
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The European Federation of Building and Woodworkers (EFBWW) was partner in a Lifelong Learning Project “Making the EU AsBestos Clean (ABClean) to create an e-learning course offer together with training providers and institutes for occupational medicine. In many Member States, asbestos related training requirements are often limited to workers in companies specialized in asbestos removal. This leaves out many workers who are at risk of exposure to asbestos, who receive no training on asbestos awareness at all.
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elcosh
Electronic Library of Construction Occupational Safety and Health
| Bild: | The Electronic Library of Construction Occupational Safety and Health (eLCOSH.org) was developed to provide accurate, user-friendly information about safety and health for construction workers, employers, researchers and others interested in construction safety and health from a wide range of sources worldwide.
The library offers presentations, images, videos and documents dealing with construction safety and accident prevention in the construction sector.
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European Voices for Active Aging (EVAA)
a project by world café europe
| Bild: | Over the next 50 years, the number of well-educated, experienced and engaged older adult Europeans will double. Their path of a life which embraces active ageing will profoundly impact European society, governmental policy-making and business opportunities for decades to come. But ageing is still cloaked in stereotypical images of older adults as well as language which implies loss rather than accrued life wisdom. This depiction does not reflect the reality which generations of older adults are experiencing in Europe today.
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Best Agers
A European project to the demographic change
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Best Agers is part-financed by the European Union Baltic Sea Region Pro- gramme 2007-2013 (Priority 1 - Fostering of innovations across the Baltic Sea Region).
Nineteen partner institutions from eight countries around the Baltic Sea launched this project: Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Great Britain, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Sweden.
With demographic change - recently defined as one of the four key challenges for European regions by the EC - and the current economic crisis looming, the cities and regions of the BSR have to find creative ways of disclosing and utilizing unused opportunities.
Project duration: January 2010 - December 2012.
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safehair
a project by the university of osnabrück
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This project by the Institute for Dermatology, Environmental Medicine and Health Theory, which is part of the Faculty for Human Sciences of the University of Osnabrück is supposed to support the implementation of occupational health and safety standards in hairdressing for the European Union (Declaration of Dresden). In addition SafeHair gives recommendation for the curriculum in vocational training of hairdressers.
Furthermore, a questionnaire (EvaHair) was developed by the University of Osnabrueck to assess the state of the art of current health and safety standards in hairdressing and to evaluate the implementation process of new or modified health and safety standards.
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Työturvallisuuskortti
Occupational Safety Card
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The Occupational Safety Card training in Finland has been designed first and foremost for the shared workplace of manufacturing industry, but it is equally applicable for the building industry, the public sector, shipbuilding, and more.
The system reaches throughout Finland. More and more companies want to be involved. They see the card as a competitive advantage indicating better safety standards. Many big companies require the card of everyone who wants to attend the industrial or company area.
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legesa – lifelong healthy working
lebenslang gesund arbeiten
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For this project, the German Gesellschaft für Arbeitsschutz- und Humanisierungsforschung (Association for Occupational Safety and Human Research) cooperated with with five companies in the electronics, mechanical engineering and plant engineering industries, all showing high innovation dynamics.
The project was supposed to develop operational prevention concepts to make it easier to work with an aging workforce or with an age-centered, mixed-age workforce.
The aim was to reach a high efficiency up to 65 or 67 years of age to stay healthy up to the retirement leave.
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SafetySkills.com
Online video-based courses
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SafetySkills.com is a website based in the USA, offering more than 300 video online courses. The high quality material can be used for training or online education, each course is offering a Demo and a syllabus.
The website contains more than 300 OSHA, EPA and DOT compliant courses, a free, full-featured Learning Management System, completion certificates and reports at any time.
www.safetyskills.com
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Ergonomics tuition modules for designer training
A project by KAN
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This is a project providing online and offline learning modules for engineers to increase their knowledge on ergonomics. This project was initiated by KAN (Commission for Occupational Health and Safety and Standardisation), Germany.
During their training, engineers currently receive very little tuition in human engineering. The corresponding topics are adequately included in training only at institutions with human engineering departments. KAN's objective was therefore to facilitate the integration of knowledge from the areas of occupational safety and health and ergonomics into the training of designers, thereby contributing to products, work equipment and workplaces satisfying ergonomics and safety standards.
To achieve this aim, it was considered necessary to create dedicated tuition modules on ergonomics.
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Shattered lives
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"Shattered Lives" is a campaign of the Health and Safety Executive, UK. Nearly 11000 workers suffered serious injury as a result of a slip or trip in the UK last year. Reducing this unnecessary injury toll is a priority. Users are supposed to find out what happens when workers are put at risk and what they can do to stop slips and trips in their workplace. The website, posters and brochures offer examples from five different idustries: Food Retail, Food & Drink Manufacturing, Catering, Building & Plant Maintenance and Construction. For each industry, one worker and the story of his accident is being presented to show what can happen at work.
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Health and Safety Training of Teachers of Technology Subjects
Teacher training by the HSA
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The Health and Safety Authority (UK) is supporting an initiative of the second level support service for technology teachers to provide training to all 1800 technology teachers in the second level system.
These include teachers of Design and Communication Graphics, Material Technologies, Engineering Technology, Construction Studies (Architectural Technology) and Technical Graphics.
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Picnic-basket for the prevention of stress attacks
BGN – Statutory Accident Insurance for the food and restaurant business Germany
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Working in the hospitality industry is marked by a high degree of emotional work. Handling guests, their complaints and special wishes requires good nerves and often brings about stress, time pressure and hectic. It is necessary to treat these burdens consciously and develop strategies for working life. The BGN (Statutory Accident Insurance for the food and restaurant business) Germany offers an interactive Website called "The Picnic Basket" with different interactive offers, e.g: coping with stress; managing and cooperation; communication; qualification and emotional competence.
The aim of this offer is to show connections between psychic misuse and health and bring gastronomes towards an active prevention. The Website contains a wide range of offers: interactive online-tests on stress, short films from everyday working life, which can be commented on and Listening-potpourri „The emotional parachute“ on the topic of emotional competence in the hospitality industry. Furthermore, the website presents posters, brochures and articles for reading and downloading.
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