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The Safety Science Journal

The Safety Science Journal, under the leadership of its editor-in-chief George Boustras, is planning to set up an Early Career Researcher Board. This committee will bring together researchers who have completed their PhD (in occupational safety and health - OSH) in the last 8 years.

You can either fill in the form here and provide the contact details of your PhD graduates or forward the form to them and other PhD graduates in the field of OSH.

ENETOSH session at ORP Congress

On 26 April, ENETOSH made an important contribution to the 2023 ORP Congress, which was attended by more than 1,200 delegates in Bilbao and over 7,300 participants online.
During the opening of the Congress, ENETOSH President Dr Ulrike Bollmann gave a statement in the "International Strategy session: The Future of Prevention", on why mainstreaming OSH into education is so important for the future of prevention. ENETOSH then organised a very innovative session on "Sustainable Prevention". (photo ©FIORP)

More than 40 participants from more than 25 countries, on site and online, attended this hybrid network meeting of ENETOSH on the 27th April, 2023, in Bilbao, Spain, hosted by the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA). Main focus of the event was, besides the work of ENETOSH, the upcoming EU-OSHA campaign, integration of the SDGs into the educational system, and more.

New Member from Slovenia

A warm welcome to the Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities of the Republic of Slovenia as a new member to the ENETOSH network! The network now consists of 105 members from 39 countries, 18 of them individual members.

The Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities (MDDSZ) is responsible for the status, rights and obligations of workers arising from labour and safety at work.

New Member

We are glad to welcome eosh (Environmental Occupational Safety & Health) from the UK as a new member to our network, which now has 104 members, 18 of them individual members. The goal of EOSH UK, an independent certification authority that is developing quickly, is to certify people who work in the field of Health and Safety.

The World Literacy Summit 2003 took place from 2 - 4 April at the University of Oxford. The Summit is supposed to bring together leaders from 85 countries representing over two-thirds of the world’s population, and all with a single focus – advocating, championing and educating on the vital importance of improving literacy levels across the globe. David Magee, founder of the ENETOSH Member OSH Literacy from Ireland, had the honor to be invited to this event as a speaker.

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