| Bild: | 1. ENETOSH Publications (click on the pic to download - links will open in new browser window)

| Bild: | Report 2018   | Bild: | ENETOSH Newsletter
IAG Report: The integration of safety into the education chain - an empirical study of good-practice examples on   ENETOSH Newsletter, released once a year - 17 editions so far
| Bild: | Report 2011 [EN] [DE]   | Bild: | Factsheet #1
IAG Report: Standards in education and training for safety and health at work - European perspectives, promising developments and examples of good practice   Challenges of the changing world of work for the competencies of OSH
| Bild: | Factsheet #2   | Bild: | Factsheet #3
A new model of accident prevention - how to manage the "central event"   An introduction to networking
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Evaluation of quality of academic safety, health and environment education    

2. Related and interesting Publications

| Bild: | Musculoskeletal disorders among children and young people: prevalence, risk factors, preventive measures  
A new report by the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA). There are several reasons for the rather high prevalence rates in children and young people. MSDs can be caused by acquired, individual or congenital risk factors. Most of the acquired risk factors, i.e. physical, psychological, socioeconomic and environmental risk factors, are largely preventable. Established interventions to prevent or reduce MSDs involve education, physical exercises, manipulative therapy and ergonomic measures. In general, education is effective in increasing knowledge, sensitivity and awareness regarding musculoskeletal discomfort and pain in children as well as in young people. This report shows risk factors and strategies for preventing MSDs.
| Bild: | Step Safely - Strategies For Preventing And Managing Falls Across The Life-Course  
The Step Safely technical package, recently published by the World Health Organization (WHO), provides concrete recommendations for evidence-based strategies to prevent and manage falls for different population groups. Among others, effective prevention measures include parenting programmes for low-income and marginalized families, stricter worker safety regulations, and strength and balance training for older people. Preventing falls can help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals linked to health and well-being, decent work, and safe, inclusive cities.
Link: WHO
| Bild: | In- and external Quality Indicators for (Post)Graduate Safety Education  
An article by 10 universities from The Netherlands, Spain, France, Portugal, Finland, Belgium, and the UK. Corresponding author: Paul Swuste, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands.
(Post)graduate safety education is hardly a topic in the academic safety literature, while results from safety research is an ever growing body of knowledge. This article presents a survey amongst ten European (post)graduate safety courses and focusses on the quality assessment of these courses. Internal quality indicators, as response from students, examinations and tests are dominant. Discussion on preferred quality indicators leads to the transfer of knowledge of students to companies and organisations. Finding suitable indicators for this type of transfer is very challenging. Regarding occupational and process safety, having an overview of all relevant accident scenarios together with the graduated student activities to influence and prevent these accident processes is a better option. This article is primarily a starting point for a discussion in the academic safety literature on the quality assessment of these courses.
| Bild: | Safety and Health Competence - A Guide for Cultures of Prevention  
Global and technological transformation is changing work and learning. A broader understanding of prevention and cultural change associated with it is putting new demands on companies and their employees. People and organizations need suitable competences to deal with this transformation. They need to be empowered to shape decent living and working conditions. Safety and Health Competence: A Guide for Cultures of Prevention is written in the context of work and health. The use of a social-constructive and a context sensitive approach to competence in occupational safety and health is new and forms a theoretical basis for putting into place the necessary learning processes for cultural transformation in companies and educational institutions.
| Bild: | Nonfatal Occupational Injuries to Younger Workers  
Young workers (aged 15–24 years) experience higher rates of job-related injury than do adult workers (aged 25–44 years). During 2012–2018, an estimated 3.2 million nonfatal injuries to young workers were treated in hospital emergency departments, with the highest rates among workers aged 18–19 years. Data from 2018 indicate that the leisure and hospitality industry contributed the highest percentage of injuries to workers aged 15–17 years requiring at least 1 day away from work. A comprehensive, public health strategy for protecting young workers requires designing and maintaining safer worksites, legislation and enforcement, and education and training. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published this new report.
| Bild: | ErgoKita: an example of an ergonomic intervention in the education sector  
This case study examines the ErgoKita project, which studied risk factors for musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) in nursery-school teachers and the effects of an intervention. It started with physiological work measurement, covering awkward postures such as sitting and lifting, and included provision of ergonomic equipment. Furniture designed for adults and not only for children promoted workers’ health. Worker participation in decision-making encouraged buy-in and raised awareness, changing behaviour off the job as well as at work. The participatory ergonomic approach has been applied successfully in many sectors, and the intervention is transferable to other day nurseries and other countries.
| Bild: | Global Employment Trends for Youth 2020: Technology and the future of jobs  
Incorporating the most recent labour market information available, Global Employment Trends for Youth sets out the youth labour market situation around the world. It shows where progress has or has not been made, updates world and regional youth labour market indicators, and gives detailed analyses of medium-term trends in youth population, labour force, employment and unemployment.The 2020 edition discusses the implications of technological change for the nature of jobs available to young people. It focuses on shifts in job characteristics, sectors and skills, as well as examining the impact of technological change on inequalities in youth labour markets. The number of young people currently not in employment, education or training (NEET) is rising, and young women are more than twice as likely as their male counterparts to be affected, according to this new International Labour Organization (ILO) report.
| Bild: | Key Principles For Improving Traffic Safety And Mobility Education  
This new report sets out recommendations in the form of Key Principles that should be implemented in all European countries, in order to ensure that everyone – and especially children and youngsters – receive high quality traffic safety and mobility education. The 17 Key Principles are accompanied by best practice examples that illustrate how these principles can be applied in practice. The report is published as part of the LEARN! (Leveraging Education to Advance Road safety Now) project, by the European Transport Safety Council (ETSC), the Flemish Foundation for Traffic Knowledge (VSV) and Fundación MAPFRE, and aims to improve the quality of traffic safety and mobility education across Europe.
| Bild: | Guide for the mainstreaming of Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) in vocational training programmes.  
The global Project “Building a Generation of Safe and Healthy Workers -- Safe Youth@Work Project”, executed by the ILO and funded by the US Department of Labor, pursues among its main components: mainstreaming OSH in vocational training programmes, awareness raising of vulnerability of young workers and enhancing the technical capacities of labour inspectors to better identify the occupational risks faced by youth at work. In this framework, ILO/Cinterfor (Inter-American Centre for Knowledge Development in Vocational Training) is responsible for implementing the Project component related to OSH in vocational training in Uruguay and as a learning outcome of the implementation of the Project in the country, this guide was defined with the purpose of being a valuable tool for the entire region. Based on an applied experience, the impact of the Project is regionalized through a tool that is available to other countries.. This guide is supposed to provide practical guidelines and tools for designers, teachers and training
| Bild: | Report - Mainstreaming occupational safety and health into education  
European Agency for Safety amd Health at Work | Veerle Hermans and Maureen Debruyne, Prevent, Belgium; Kirsi Karjalainen, FIOH, Finland; Maria Karanika, I-WHO; UK, Philippe Bielec, CMAMTS, France; Emanuela Giuli and Giuliana Roseo, ISPESL, Italy; Peter Shearn, HSL, UK; Wolfgang Huebner, Angelika Pensky and Wieland Wettberg, BAuA, Germany. Contributions by EU-Osha staff members: Christina Roberts, Tim Tregenza (Topic Centre Manager), Eusebio Rial-González, Sarah Copsey, Siobhan Savage, Estibaliz Vidart and Paola Piccarolo.
How do you ‘mainstream’ occupational safety and health (OSH) successfully into education? To mainstream OSH into education means to integrate one policy area — occupational safety and health — into another — education. This means that different systems — with different institutions and different thinking — have to communicate with each other and to take joint action. The European Union strategy on health and safety has identified education and training as key factors to strengthen the prevention culture.
| Bild: | New forms of work among young people: Implications for the working environment  
Nordic Council of Ministers | Authors: Mette Lykke Nielsen, Centre for Youth Studies (CeFU), Aalborg University, Denmark. Louise Yung Nielsen, Communication and Arts, Roskilde University, Denmark.
Kari Anne Holte, NORCE, Norwegian Research Centre, Bergen, Norway.
Åsa Andersson, Department of Cultural Sciences, University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Gestur Gudmundsson, School of Education, University of Iceland, Iceland. Thamar Melanie Heijstra, School of Social Sciences, Faculty of Sociology. Anthropology and Folkloristics, University of Iceland, Iceland.
Johnny Dyreborg, National Research Centre for the Working Environment, Denmark.
| Bild: | Challenges and prospects in the EU: Quality of life and public services  
Eurofund - European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions | Authors: Anderson, Robert; Dubois, Hans; Fernández Ortiz, Elena; Fóti, Klára; Jungblut, Jean-Marie; Kulic, Nevena; Leončikas, Tadas; Ludwinek, Anna; Molinuevo, Daniel; Sándor, Eszter; van der Schans, Corine
What have been the major developments in quality of life and public services in Europe in recent years, as captured by research into these areas in Eurofound’s work programme for 2017–2020? This flagship publication provides a synthesis of the main findings on several key topics, based, in part, on European Quality of Life Survey data. It maps developments and perceptions regarding the following: trust in institutions and social cohesion; access to and quality of health and care services; the impact of digitalisation on social services; access to services for young people; and measures aimed at integrating refugees. While the report highlights many challenges and emerging issues for public services, it also showcases a number of positive experiences with the involvement of client groups in the design of services and take-up of new technologies.
Chapter 4: Early childhood education and care services: Affordability and quality
Chapter 5: Education services: Access and quality
Chapter 6: Young people: Inequalities in access to health and social services
| Bild: | Future Skills - The Future of Learning and Higher education. Results of the International Future Skills Delphi Survey  
Ehlers, Ulf. -D., Kellermann, Sarah A. (2019), Karlsruhe
How will higher education institutions have to position in order to prepare future graduates for the changing society and future work place? The Future Skill Report is based on a number of prior research studies on future skills – future learning and future higher education. It presents validated concept and elaborates a model of future skills, data on future learning and consolidated scenarios for future higher education. The results presented from this Delphi survey are taking a broader view and go beyond digital skill demands. The approach elaborates on an experts’ informed vision of future higher education (HE), taking into account the demand for future skills, outlines the four signposts of change which will shape the learning revolution in higher education and presents a first model of future skills for future graduates.
| Bild: | Effect of occupational safety and health education received during schooling on the incidence of workplace injuries in the first 2 years of occupational life: a prospective study  
A study by Stephanie Boini, Regis Colin, Michel Grzebyk (BMJ Open)
This study aimed to determine the effect of occupational safety and health (OSH) education during formal schooling on the incidence of workplace injuries (WIs) in young people starting their careers. We hypothesised that young people who had received OSH education during their schooling would have fewer WIs than those who received no OSH education. Secondary objectives focused on the effect of ‘first aid at work’ training during schooling and the conditions encountered on arrival in the company (occupational hazard information, safety training and job task training) on WI occurrence.
| Bild: | Occupational Safety and Health Education Teaching Guide  
Guidelines for Teacher Education and Training on OSH Learning
This publication is based on the General Principles of Prevention and aims to contribute to the promotion of a safety culture on workplaces, resulting from the need to reinforce OSH Education through collaboration and shared experiences, providing support for the teachers, and raising students' awareness about Safety and Health issues.
The contents presented in this document express the teamwork developed by a consortium of seven partners from 5 European countries (Czech Republic, Netherlands, Portugal, Romania and Spain) and is an output of the project “Mind Safety – Safety Matters!”
Autoridade para as Condições do Trabalho (PT), Associação para a Formação Tecnológica e Profissional da Beira Interior (PT), Institutul Naţional de Cercetare – Dezvoltare Pentru Protectia Muncii "Alexandru Darabont" (ROM), Technische Universiteit Delft (NL), Universidade de Aveiro (ESP), Universitat de Girona (ESP), Výzkumný Ústav Bezpečnosti Práce Praha – Occupational Safety Research Institute (CZ)
Links: [ESP] - ACT-Website | [EN]
| Bild: | International Newsletter on Occupational Safety and Health  
This Special Issue is based on the ILO global survey on OSH knowledge agencies, institutions and organizations (AIO) which was undertaken in 2016 to constitute, for the first time, a comprehensive global knowledge base of their scope of work and international networking practices.
The Special Issue of the OSH Newsletter is published through the collaborative effort of the ILO, the International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH), and the Department of Public Health / Occupational
Health of Helsinki University (HU).
| Bild: | Essential Skills and OHS Training  
Essential Skills and OHS Training: A guide to embedding an essential skills curriculum within an OHS training program, a guide by the Institute for Work & Health, Canada, provides an overview of the process involved in modifying the curriculum of an existing occupational health and safety (OHS) training program in order to address gaps in essential skills among worker trainees. Essential skills are the foundation for learning all other skills, and include reading, writing, numeracy, document use and more.
| Bild: | The Art of Networking  
European Networks in Education
Holger Bienzle Esther Gelabert Wolfgang Jütte Katerina Kolyva Nick Meyer Guy Tilkin
| Bild: | Mainstreaming occupational safety and health into university education  
Corporate author(s): European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU body or agency), Personal author(s): Copsey, Sarah | Editor and Project Manager: Sarah Copsey, European Agency for Safety and Health at Work, (EU-OSHA), Spain | Supported by: Terence N. Taylor, Head of the Working Environment Information Unit - European Agency for Safety and Health at Work, (EU-OSHA), Spain | Authors of the case studies: Maureen Debruyne, Lieven Eeckelaert, (Prevent), Belgium
Johanna Malmelin, Simo Salminen, (FIOH), Finland
Marie-Amélie Buffet, (EUROGIP), France
Eva-Maria Backé, Carsten Brück, Peter Krauss-Hoffmann, Torsten Wolf, (BAuA), Germany Ulrike Bollmann, Carola Kästner, Ruth Krauße, Ralf Michaelis, (DGUV), Germany, oanna Kniaź-Nawrot, Agnieszka Młodzka-Stybel, Joanna Ostaszewska-Nowicka, (CIOP), Poland José Miquel Martin Cabecas, Isabel Nunes, (Universidade Nova de Lisboa), Portugal
Maria Karanika, Anne Kouvonen, Yee Wong, (I-WHO, University of Nottingham), UK
| Bild: | Young Employees in Training( (Junge Beschäftigte in Ausbildung)  
Health Promotion and Prevention in Vocational Schools and at Work
Gesundheitsförderung und Prävention in Berufsschule und Betrieb
Initiative Gesundheit und Arbeit (iga)
Markus Birnkammer, Julia Schilling, Holger Wellmann
Link (in German):
| Bild: | Safety Management in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs)  
Edited by George Boustras & Frank W. Guldenmund
Including 84 page article „Competences for a Culture of prevention
Conditions for Learning and Change in SMEs“ by ULRIKE BOLLMANN
Available on CRC Press
| Bild: | The OHS Professional Capability Framework: A Global Framework for Practice
INSHPO developed the OHS Professional Capability Framework to provide greater clarity around the generalist OHS professional role. The Framework defines the role of the OHS professional as well as the requisite knowledge and skills. The framework promotes a high standard of capability among OHS professionals and in turn informs employers and regulators as to the capabilities of OHS professionals.
| Bild: | GLOBSEC Youth Trends: How Young Central Europeans View the World
The report provides an interesting insight into the views and attitudes of the V4 states’ young people  concerning  the EU, NATO, geopolitical orientation of their country and the appeal of liberal democracy. The analysis contains data from public opinion polls carried out by GLOBSEC and its regional partners as well as qualitative information from focus group discussions organised with university students from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia.
| Bild: | School of occupational health and safety
Many of us are seemingly content that occupational safety and health laws exist – and are enforced – reducing risks to a minimum, but we hardly talk about the way we learn about it.
Matthew Holder meets Ulrike Bollmann, the driving force behind ENETOSH
| Bild: | Generationes

“Generationes” is a free network of scholars from different countries and disciplines concerned with the analysis of intergenerational issues in theory, methodology, research and policy. It is financially supported by the Center of Excellence „Cultural Foundations of Social Integration“, University Konstanz
Lüscher, Kurt et al. (2017): Generations, intergenerational relationships, generational policy. Uni Konstanz.
Available in Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Polski, Português, Magyar, Românesc, Svenska, Lietuvos, Türk, Slovens, Bosanski, Ukrayinskyy, Russkiy, Hànyu

| Bild: | How best to communicate health and safety messages to young learners in vocational education and training
This report and the work it describes were funded by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). Its contents, including any opinions and/or conclusions expressed, are those of the authors alone and do not necessarily reflect HSE policy.
| Bild: | Safety Science Online Journal
Safety Science serves as an international medium for research in the science and technology of human and industrial safety. It extends from safety of people at work to other spheres, such as transport, energy or infrastructures, as well as every other field of man's hazardous activities.
| Bild: | Research for Practice: Papers from the 2016 International Conference on Employer Engagement in Education and Training
By Anthony Mann and  Jordan Rehill (eds).
With contributions from Sean Coughlan, Andreas Schleicher, Stella Williams, Deirdre Hughes, Sally-Anne Barnes, Beate Baldauf, Rachael McKeown, Adrian Lyons, Julie Moote, Louise Archer, Emily MacLeod, Steven Jones, Jill Collins, Glynis Dean, Tami McCrone, Susan Bamford, Angela Richardson, Paul Bocij, Christian Percy, Elnaz T. Kashefpakdel, Lynn Gambin, Terence Hogarth, Claudia Hupkau, Sandra McNally, Jenifer Ruiz-Valenzuela and Guglielmo Ventura 
This publication presents contributions from the 2016 International Conference on Employer Engagement in Education and Training.