In the scope of third-party-funded projects, social accident insurance experts in Germany have used their experience and expertise to help establish new accident insurance providers in Asia. In cooperation with the German Corporation for International Cooperation (GIZ), consultation and training programmes were offered to accident insurance ...
The DGUV has been an official partner of the European initiative Socieux+ since 2018. Socieux+ supports and funds measures to establish inclusive social insurance systems in Africa, Asia and Latin America by conveying the expertise of European experts.
At the beginning of January 2021, the DGUV began implementing an OSH project in China after the project had to be postponed for several months due to the Corona pandemic.
Socieux+ and DGUV extend their collaboration agreement for another 4 years.
Following ratification of the exit agreement negotiated between Brussels and London, the United Kingdom will leave the EU at midnight (Brussels local time) on 31 January 2020.
Adoption of the Berlin statement by the representatives of the Government of Bangladesh to launch an accident insurance as a part of a pilot project.
In July 2019, a group of 40 employees of the Korea Workers' Compensation & Welfare Service (COMWEL) completed a one-week course in Case Management at the DGUV Academy - the university and school of applied sciences of the DGUV, campus Hennef.
Managers and employees from the garment and leather industry in Bangladesh attended a train-the-trainer seminar on "occupational integration" (Betriebliches Eingliederungsmanagement/BEM) between 19 and 23 August 2019. It is part of the project "Employment Injury Protection Scheme for Workers in the Garment and Leather Industries", which the DGUV ...
On 2 May 2019, a letter of intent was signed between the COMWEL and DGUV on one-week training course of the DGUV in case management on the Campus Hennef of the DGUV Hochschule - University of Applied Sciences (HGU).
10 years of Indo-German cooperation – a win win situation for all. That was the conclusion of Prof. Dr. Breuer, Director General of the German Social Accident Insurance at the end of the 10 years celebration on January 29, 2019 in Berlin.
On 15 January 2019, the British parliament voted to reject the agreement governing the withdrawal of the United Kingdom (UK) from the European Union (EU). The likelihood of a disorderly exit ("no-deal Brexit") occurring on 29 March 2019 has consequently risen.