Programme

3rd University Conference: Safe and healthy university
New technologies in research and teaching: Promoter of a New Prevention Culture?

Monday , 16th September 2013

Moderators of the Conference
Hella Skoruppa, International Consultant, Germany
Moritz Colmant, Institute for Work and Health (IAG) of the DGUV

Welcome and Opening
Thomas Kohstall, Institute for Work and Health (IAG)

FUTURE SCENARIOS

  • The culture of prevention at university

KEYNOTE 1

  • Future learning environments
    Anna Hoberg, Fraunhofer IAO Business Performance Management, Germany

KEYNOTE 2

  • Early risk radar
    Stephan Biland, Swiss Accident Insurance Fund (SUVA)

Tuesday, 17th September 2013

TED-query

Risk assessment using the example of nanomaterials
Thomas H. Brock, Statutory accident insurance for the raw materials and the chemical industry (BGRCI), Germany

The relation between natioanl culture and safety
Dick Hoeneveld, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

Workshops (in parallel)

Workshop 1

  • The new learning infrastructure: A door opener for the integration of safety and health into teaching and learning
    Michael Peters, Institute for Work and Health of the DGUV (IAG), Germany

Workshop 2

  • Organisation of occupational safety and health at
    research institutes
    Andreas Hoppe, German Electron-Synchrotron (DESY), Germany

Workshop 3

  • Psychological strain at university – risk assessment tools within the context of an integrated risk management system
    Kristin Unnold, Bielefeld University, Germany

Networking between the workshops: Exchange of results

INRS PROJECT: STUDY DESIGN AND RESULTS
A serious Game project to introduce prevention in a Business School
Marie-Joelle Antoine, National Institute for Scientific Research (INRS), France

Round Table:
Handling of risks at universities and research institutions

Moderation: Joachim Müller, Deutsches Zentrum für Hochschul- und Wissenschaftsforschung GmbH i. G., Abteilung HIS-Hochschulentwicklung, Germany and Hella Skoruppa International Consultant, Germany

Participants:

  • Klaus Böhme, Trade Union for the service sector (ver.di), Germany
  • Alan Cowen, Universities Safety and Health Association (USHA), UK
  • Klaus Joachim Scheunert, Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH), Germany
  • Ralf Trant, European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), Switzerland
  • Kristin Unnold, Bielefeld University, Germany

Wine tasting and dinner at Wackerbarth castle

Wednesday, 18th September 2013

STATEMENTS FOLLOWED BY FACE-TO-FACE DISCUSSIONS

  • The Sifa tool kit – first examples and further development
    Reinhard Bock, Sifa Network Germany
  • The education of OSH experts in Poland
    Kazimierz Lebecki, University of Labour Safety Management, Katowice (WSZOP), Poland
  • The iNTteg Risk course program
    Vanessa Pfau, European Virtual Institute for Integrated Risk Management (EU-VRi)
  • International networking of safety experts at research institutes
    Ralf Trant, European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), Switzerland
  • Comparison of 11 Swiss-EU-US nano risk assessment tools for their relevance in the research & development sector
    Marcel Vervoort, Dutch Foundation for Fundamental Research on Matter (FOM), The Netherlands

Summary and future prospect

Contact

Content issues
Christoph Matthias Paridon
IAG
phone: +49 30 13001-2114

Jutta Busch
SIGE
phone: +49 30 13001-4511

Organisational issues
DGUV Congress
Paul Kroenert
phone: +49 30 13001-2418