21st ENETOSH Network Meeting
special meeting of founding members
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18 – 19 April 2018 Varley Hub, Varley Park, University of Brighton

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Education and Training in Occupational Safety and Health (ENETOSH)
21st ENETOSH Network Meeting – special meeting of founding members
18 – 19 April 2018
Varley Hub, Varley Park, University of Brighton

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Wednesday, 18. April 
Welcome by the host Alan Cowen, University of Brighton
What does a meeting after 12 1⁄2 years mean for you (?) and ENETOSH? Paul Swuste, Delft University of Technology
State of the art of ENETOSH
Development of the Internet platform
Ulrike Bollmann, Institute for Work and Health of the DGUV
Claus Dethleff, headlog multimedia
Musculoskeletal disorders and young people: Activities of EU-OSHA in the time frame 2018-2020 Tim Tregenza, European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU OSHA)
PROC: The Safety Assessment method Stefan Gabriel Kovacs, INCDPM, Alexandru Darabont, Romania
ENETOSH Standard for teachers and trainers – How to raise awareness and engagement among stakeholders within the MENA region? David Maggee, OSH literacy, Ireland
Launch of ENETOSH report : ‘The integration of safety and health into education – An empirical study of good-practice examples on www.enetosh.net’, Berlin: DGUV 2018
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Intros into the topics of the workshops
  Intro A ENETOSH Strategic framework 3.0 Zhanna Odnokhorova on behalf of Dmitry Platygin, All-Russia Research Institute of Labor (VCOT)
Katharina Takacs, Workers Compensation Board (AUVA)
  Intro B How to ensure the quality of education and training in OSH?
Mature (post)academic safety courses
Research needs and opportunities for education and training in occupational safety and health
Paul Swuste, Delft University of Technology
Frank van Dijk, LDOH foundation, Learning and Developing of Occupational Health
Thursday, 19. April
  Intro C How to implement good models like the ‘Good healthy school’ into practice? Peter Paulus, Centre for Applied Health Sciences at the Leuphana University Lüneburg
Workshops
  A ENETOSH Strategic framework 3.0 Katharina Takacs & Tim Tregenza
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  B Quality of education and training in OSH Paul Swuste, Delft University of Technology
Frank van Dijk, LDOH
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Summary of the workshop by Paul Swuste & Frank van Dijk
  C Implementation of good models into practice Peter Paulus
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Report from all groups: Consequences for the work of ENETOSH – Vision & Mission & Action plan Delegate(s) of the topic
Discussion and wrap up of results All
Development of an ENETOSH Action Plan 2018 – 2020  
Conclusions Ulrike Bollmann
Matthew Holder, British Safety Council (BCS)


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