How can schools contribute to the early and long-term prevention of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs)? On 23 June 2022, experts from the fields of occupational safety and health, public health and education will explore opportunities for joint action. The online event is organised by the European Network Education and Training in Occupational Safety and Health (ENETOSH) in cooperation with the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) and supported by EU-OSHAs German Focal Point.
The world in which we live and work is constantly changing. Not surprisingly, the requirements for successful prevention are also changing. Under the slogan Moving Ahead – Vision.Human.Work, the 4th International Strategy Conference on Safety and Health at Work was taking a closer look at the top trends in what is currently being discussed in occupational safety and health.
“Networking” - how is that supposed to work? This is the question that so many participants might have asked themselves at the start of the 3rd International Strategy Conference on Occupational Safety and Health that took place in Dresden from 6-8 February, 2013.
The objective of the 2nd International Strategy Conference on Occupational Safety and Health on 3 and 4 February 2011 in the DGUV Academy in Dresden was to develop a master plan for the improvement of processes and structures to foster a preventive culture at different levels: social politics, businesses and enterprises as well as society.
More than 110 leading experts from over 30 countries met at the 1st International Strategy Conference on Safety and Health at Work at the DGUV Academy Dresden from 28 – 30 January 2009. The goal of this conference, which was hosted by DGUV, was to attempt harmonising the enormous differences in OSH that exist throughout the world.