1st University Conference: Safe and healthy university

28th to 30th September 2009 in Dresden
PROGRAMME

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Monday, September 28, 2009

Description of the state of the art
Dr. Martin Bollmeier

Welcome by the organizers

  • Dr. Ulrich Winterfeld
    BGAG - Institute Work and Health of the German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV), Dresden
  • Joachim Müller
    HIS - University Information-System, Hannover
  • Jutta Busch
    German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV), Munich
  • Rainer Schmutnig
    Statutory accident insurance of the Bundesland Niedersachsen, Hannover
  • Dr. Ulrike Bollmann
    BGAG - Institute Work and Health of the German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV), Dresden

Workshops in parallel - turn 1

  • Workshop A:
    Leadership at universities -
    impact on the health of students and employees
    Karl-W. Klingenberg, University Bielefeld
  • Workshop B:
    Work organisation
    at universities and the effect on safety and health
    Joachim Müller, HIS - University Information-System, Hannover
  • Workshop C:
    Addiction to work
    of scientists and students
    Dr. Stefan Poppelreuter, Impuls GmbH, Bonn

Workshops in parallel - turn 2
Workshop A, B, C

Health promotion as a part of quality management at universities
Prof. Dr. Gudrun Faller, University Magdeburg-Stendal


Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Agenda of the day / Overview
Dr. Ulrich Winterfeld and Dr. Ulrike Bollmann

Working conditions for research and project work
Dr. Anja Gerlmaier, University Duisburg-Essen

Workshops in parallel

  • Workshop D:
    Promotion and support of health projects
    at universities
    Dr. Ute Sonntag, Association for health of the Bundesland Niedersachsen
    Dr. Brigitte Steinke, Technician Insurance
  • Workshop E:
    Effects of mobility
    of employees and students (road safety)
    Rainer Schmutnig, LUK Niedersachsen
  • Workshop F:
    Risks and workload
    at universities
    Brigitte Malsch-Mihm, Johannes-Gutenberg-University Mainz

Filling the "topic barrel"

"Walk of ideas" after emptying the topic barrel

Wall of action - presentation of ideas and possible solutions

Panel discussion:
Change of conditions of studies
and the impact on health and work
Chair: Dr. Ulrich Winterfeld


Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Good Practice of Mainstreaming OSH into tertiary education
Sarah Copsey, Europäische Agentur für Sicherheit und Gesundheitsschutz am Arbeitsplatz (EU-OSHA)

Promotion of safety and health in higher education
Alan Cowen, Universities Safety and Health Association (USHA), United Kingdom

Good Practice

  • Risk education in engineering – development of year one materials
    Nicola Stacey, Health and Safety Laboratory (HSL), United Kingdom
  • Educational package for higher education institutions “Learning about work-safety, hygiene, ergonomics”
    Alfred Brzozowski, Central Institute for Labour Protection (CIOP), Poland
  • OSH training in universities and technical professional schools
    Konstantina Zorba, Hellenic Institute for Occupational Health and Safety (ELINYAE), Greece
  • The starting point of OSH in higher education
    Natasa Pilatova Pelovik, Macedonian Occupational Safety and Health Association (MOSHA) and Faculty of Occupational Safety from Serbia
  • BASE – the combination of scientifically based training-concepts and occupational health and safety within health-management at the university of Hamburg
    Bettina Wollesen, University Hamburg, Germany
  • Promotion of safety and health in higher education
    Alan Cowen, Universities Safety and Health Association (USHA), United Kingdom

Zukunft der Hochschulen
Prof. Dr. Hans Wiesmeth, Handelshochschule Leipzig


Contact

Organisation
Paul Kroenert
phone: +49 351 457 1929
fax: +49 351 457 1325