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Germany

This online learning game is supposed to help to build a culture of prevention including a safe and healthy behavior. It is about team building, leadership and participation. It is based on the 5-step model. The model describes five behavioral patterns (“levels”) for the day-to-day handling of a company's safety and health. The stage model offers a common quality measure and its aim is to assess one's own current measures for operational prevention by classifying the company, department or team in one of the five stages. Each stage can then be described for each of the six fields of action.
The five stages leading to a culture of prevention are: indifferent – reactive – rule-orientated – pro-active – adding value

Web link:
werde.kommmitmensch.de

UK

As new technology continues to offer us lots of amazing devices that do incredible things, our understanding of what their long-term use can do to our bodies has failed to keep pace. Children use computers, tablets and smartphones in ways that would not be acceptable for adults in the workplace. These activities pose serious threats to their long-term health particularly as children's bodies are still developing.
Healthy Working MOVE, Developed by Cardinus and Health & Safety Laboratory, consists of free e-learning for students of all ages and an accompanying eBook for parents and teachers with advice on how to protect children in the classroom and at home. MOVE is an online learning tool for children age 7-11, 12-17 or young adults 18+

Web link:
www.ergonomics4kids.co.uk

Denmark

DitArbejdsliv.Nu, the website of the project, offers an interactive game as well as additional information. Users can test themselves in different crooked, bad or strange dilemmas in the workplace, can read about others' experiences on the job and can get much more about psychological work.
The Occupational Medicine in Herning, which based on many years of research in the project VestLiv and experience with young people and mental health, as behind both games and website.
All the scenes to play through are based on real situations - it's so all dilemmas and situations that young people have experienced in their first job in their internship or after-school job. If users click on "Stories," they can read what really happened - as well as many other stories from real life. Perhaps they have experienced something similar? Maybe they recognize themselves? Or maybe they just learn more about what they can experience out there in the labor market.

Web link:
www.ditarbejdsliv.nu

International

bild OIRA tools for working with children in schools and nursery homes, developed in Spain, Croatia and Europe. When working with children, nursery teachers are exposed to various work-related risks such as biological hazards (high risks of infectious diseases), risks caused by uncomfortable working positions as well as by repetitive movements and manual handling of children, psychosocial risks cause d by the high responsibility for health and well-being of children but also by relationships with partners etc.. The OiRA tool for nursery teachers helps to identify and assess work-related risks, and provides guidance on their elimination or minimization.
The social partners at European level ETUCE and EFEE, in close cooperation with EU-OSHA, have developed this tools to help institutions offering early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) to assess occupational safety and health (OSH) risks and take preventive and effective action, not only for teachers but for all staff concerned!
The elaboration of these tools was introduced in 2016 in a Joint Declaration from both partners: Preventing and Combating Psychosocial Hazards in the Education Sector

Web link:
oiraproject.eu

The Netherlands

The website Healthy Hairdresser is the main element of the campaign. It provides specific information for the different target groups. Dave was chosen to give the campaign a face. This is an actor who plays in the short videos about "arbo" (H&S). There are also cartoons of him which can be used as visual material. You can see Dave throughout the whole campaign; he also answers questions from workers and is present at industry events. (see Youtube for videos: Dave Healthy Hairdresser). Workers can also call a helpdesk when they have questions.
Short blogs for social media are also an important part of the campaign, they provide information on "arbo", but also on professional techniques and trends. More and more workers use these blogs published on the website to obtain information.

Web link:
https://healthyhairdresser.nl

Austria

The Vienna Ombuds Office for Environmental Protection — in collaboration with international and national experts from the Austrian Worker‘s Compensation Board (AUVA — Allgemeine Unfallversicherungsanstalt), the Austrian Society for Hygiene, Microbiology and Preventive Medicine, the Vienna Hospital Association, the Bureau for Chemical Engineering TB-Klade and other institutions — developed the Viennese Database of Disinfectants, WIDES.
This database is freely available online, in both English and German, and has two functions. First, it provides structured information on disinfectants and their ingredients, including information on efficacy, hazard classification, properties, uses, activity, material compatibility and toxicity/eco-toxicity. Second, it provides an assessment of hazardous properties, ranking ingredients from low to high risk. The hazard categories are as follows: ‘Acute toxicity (respiratory tract)’, ‘Irritation and corrosivity’, ‘Allergenic potential’, ‘Mutagenic, carcinogenic, toxic for reproduction, chronically toxic’, ‘Behaviour in surface water — acute’ and ‘Behaviour in surface water — chronic’. Thus, the hazardous properties of more than 200 disinfectant ingredients are compiled in an overview table and are easily accessible and comparable using WIDES.

Web link:
www.wien.gv.at/wuawides/

Germany

Kiron offers a learning platform for refugees. Students registered on the kiron campus have access to free courses that fulfill university preparation, job market preparation or personal growth learning paths. As internet connectivity can be a huge obstacle to digital learning, the campus works on all devices by using a lower bandwidth and smaller download size. The study programs consist of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) from educational providers created by top universities as well as collaborating on Open Educational Resources with other organizations. Students can study for free at their own pace, be flexible with their time, and receive certificates of completion.

Web link:
kiron.ngo/en/

UK

A panel of experts — from industry, consultancies, academia and the Health and Safety Executive — with vast experience in preventing ill health in manufacturing developed the web-based Welding Fume Control Selector Tool and supplementary guidance.

Web link:
www.breathefreely.org.uk/wst/

International

ILO online access platform to legal research and training for developing countries.Researchers, law students, policymakers, judges and legal experts in low- and middle-income countries can now get free or low-cost online access to legal information and training from the world’s leading academic publishers.
GOALI - Global Online Access to Legal Information is a new programme providing free or low-cost online access to legal research and training in the developing world. Academic and professional peer-reviewed journals, publications and databases in selected subject areas of law from the world's leading academic publishers are available on the platform.

Web link:
www.ilo.org/goali

International

Children are exposed to pesticides through their work or involvement in agricultural activities, which can harm their health and development. This course explains how children are exposed, why children are more vulnerable than adults to exposure and the negative impacts. Moreover, it identifies specific actions related to pesticide management that can take child labour into account and reduce children's exposure to pesticides. It aims to build specific skills, depending on work-related responsibilities and tasks, by providing concrete ideas and guidance that can be applied in real life situations.
The course is available online in English and downloadable in Potuguese, Russian and Arabic

Web link:
https://elearning.fao.org/course

UK

British Safety Council’s Speak Up, Stay Safe campaign aims to put young people and confident communication at the heart of good health and safety. In equipping young people with information and real-life examples, they will be better placed to raise health and safety concerns and contribute to how risks in the workplace are managed. The campaign targets those between 14-25 years old, and employers who work with young people.
This is a new online and mobile app game: The Missing: A Dangerous Truth

Web link:
www.britsafe.org/speakupstaysafe/the-missing

Canada

The Young Workers Zone, designed to help you stay healthy and safe at work. The web portal contains educational materials, case studies, true stories, tips for young workers, employee rights, job hazards, initiatives and programs, posters, videos, games and quizzes. The web portal is available in English and French.

Web link:
www.ccohs.ca/youngworker

Germany

S@W stands for "Students at Work". As a student you are subject to special work and data protection requirements at your workplace in clinics and medical practices. This is an online platform with multiple learning modules. In the learning module Occupational Safety, you will find basic, in-depth and event-specific modules with information and recommendations for action related to occupational safety.
Interactive modules are available here, as well as a Wiki and tests.

Web link:
www3.hhu.de/saw/

Lithuania

The tool is suitable for educational staff in a wide variety of educational establishments, such as pre-school educational establishments, schools, training schools and universities. People working in the sector are facing risks related to dealing with a lot of different psychosocial risk factors, such as third party violence, bullying and high workload, ergonomic risk factors, e.g. related to standing/seated work and many others as well as other physical risks such as exposure to noise.

Web link:
oiraproject.eu

Belgium

The Flanders Institute of Healthy Living launched a new tool to increase the mental resilience of adolescents (NokNok). Using a combination of online coaching, mental health tips, and exercises, it motivates and stimulates adolescents to strengthen their mental wellbeing and resilience. On this newly developed interactive coaching platform, adolescents learn how to cope with stressors, to improve their self-confidence and to develop a positive vision on life. The tool is easily accessible and young people can use it on their own pace.

Web link:
www.noknok.be

Pakistan

This qualification is a diploma course related to domain of Health and Safety practices and management at work place.
This course provides opportunity for learners and health and safety professionals to have knowledge of health and safety practices and related risk management at work place.

Web link:
www.psc.org.pk/IPGDOSH

Pakistan

OpenWHO is WHO’s new interactive, web-based, knowledge-transfer platform offering online courses to improve the response to health emergencies. OpenWHO enables the Organization and its key partners to transfer life-saving knowledge to large numbers of frontline responders.

Web link:
openwho.org

International

TUC Education is the TUC's training organisation for workplace reps and union officers. It has an unrivalled reach into Britain's workplaces to provide education and training for workplace representatives.TUC Education aims to build the capacity of union reps to perform at the workplace and in the union, develop greater understanding of trade union policies and priorities, including equal opportunities, enhance study skills and personal confidence for all those who take part, make learning visible through accreditation and stimulate commitment to learning and progression.

Web link:
www.tuceducation.org.ukg

Canada

Workplace Safety & Prevention Services (WSPS) and the Centre for Research Expertise in Occupation Disease (CREOD) in partnership with several industry partners, engaged in a research project to investigate whether workplace posters could help raise awareness of OSD and potentially influence worker and employer behaviour in order to reduce the incidence of this preventable and common work-related disease.
Based on the worker feedback gathered during the research project, it was evident that workers respond best to messaging that is relevant to their workplace, industry and themselves. For this reason, WSPS in collaboration with CREOD, launched a new online tool that allows workers and employers to customize a series of seven OSD awareness poster templates and then download the posters directly from the website. Each poster in the series promotes an occupational health and safety prevention practice.

Web link:
app.wsps.ca

USA

Coursera was founded in 2012 by two Stanford Computer Science professors who wanted to share their knowledge and skills with the world. Professors Daphne Koller and Andrew Ng put their courses online for anyone to take – and taught more learners in a few months than they could have in an entire lifetime in the classroom.
Every course on Coursera is taught by top instructors from the world’s best universities and educational institutions. Courses include recorded video lectures, auto-graded and peer-reviewed assignments, and community discussion forums. When you complete a course, you’ll receive a sharable electronic Course Certificate.

Web link:
www.coursera.org

Greece

Taking into consideration both the importance of traffic education and that the improvement and modification of road user’s behavior takes time, the Directorate General Road Safety (DGRS) of the Hellenic Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport developed a portal and an e-learning traffic safety platform the so-called “eDrive academy” to promote safe transport and mobility. The platform provides online road safety and traffic education information to the entire Greek population (e.g. road users, students, parents, teachers, driver instructors, professional drivers) thus helping the formation of mature road safety culture and promote safe travel.

Web link:
edrive.yme.gov.gr/

Germany

"SAFE AND HEALTHY WORKPLACE interactively" - these are learning modules on various aspects of occupational safety and health. These learning modules want to impart knowledge on health and safety interactively in a vivid and varied ways. The learning does not replace the personal instruction.
Each learning module provides the essential information on the subject in 15 to 20 minutes. Additionally a knowledge query with at least 10 questions - as a self-test for the learner. General topics are first aid, lifting and carrying, office workstations, skin protection or responsibility in OSH. More learning modules deal with electrical engineering, dangerous substances,
special training modules for the energy and water as well as the printing industry, textile and fashion and radiation protection.

Web link:
www.bgetem.de

Netherlands

The mission of LDOH (Learning and Development of Occupational Health) is to support professionals through developing and promoting good quality education and information on Occupational Safety and Health. Thus, the foundation wants to contribute in meeting the global need for Universal Health Coverage (WHO).

Web link:
ldoh.net

USA

Geolibrary.org is an electronic library of occupational and environmental health training materials with a specialty branch, Road Safety at Work. The library user information is available in six languages, and contains training materials and practice tools located in the public domain and are available to the user free of charge. These resources are available in many forms some of which include: complete courses, webcasts, tutorials/modules, factsheets, databases, and sample/ model programs and guidelines. The materials contained in this library come from a wide variety of sources, including international organizations, governmental institutes and agencies, academic institutions, corporations, unions, and non-governmental organizations. It is available in English, Spanish, French, Russian, Chinese and Arabic.

Web link:
www.geolibrary.org

USA

The Electronic Library of Construction Occupational Safety and Health (eLCOSH.org) was developed to provide accurate, user-friendly information about safety and health for construction workers, employers, researchers and others interested in construction safety and health from a wide range of sources worldwide.
The library offers presentations, images, videos and documents dealing with construction safety and accident prevention in the construction sector.

Web link:
www.elcosh.org

Germany

Where do I have to wear a helmet? How can I leave the building quickly? At the workplace, safety signs point out risks and dangers and help to manage emergency behaviour. Especially apprentices should be familiar with these signs.
This is a collection of training materials, including interactive web based training.

Web link:
webtrainings.dguv.de

Lithuania

The agricultural sector is one of the most dangerous sectors having high figures on accidents at work. Accidents often occur due to inappropriate machinery, unprotected parts of the machinery, not preventing workers from entering hazardous areas etc. Employees assigned to work with agricultural machinery are often not trained properly about safety and health at work and are not aware of the safety and health requirements set by the equipment manufacturer for the operation of the equipment.

Web link:
oiraproject.eu

USA

This website provides infromation, resources and links to other websites related to this topic or promoting CPWR projects and campaigns.
The mission of CPWR is t o encourage the elimination or reduction of conditions constituting hazards to the safety or health of U.S. construction workers, and to promote the maintenance and improvement of safe and healthy working conditions for workers in the construction industry.

Web link:
www.cpwr.com

Europe

Workers’ Health Education is an initiative aiming to stimulate and support education and training in basic occupational safety and health knowledge and skills all over the world. The initiative is meant to improve the situation for the large numbers of workers worldwide that lack (semi)professional support in labor health and safety. The website provides educational material in several languages.

Web link:
www.workershealtheducation.org

Germany

On this website by the German Accident Insurance (DGUV), visitors can click through a unique virtual model of a school and find out a lot about safety, risks and technical details. This website is being rebuilt and updated at the moment but is still fully working. An updated version will be available later in 2015.

Web link:
Safe School

Portugal

An online course by the University of Porto, Faculty of Engineering, in English and Portuguese, covering several aspects of construction safety: Site Planning, Scaffolding, Vehicles, Protective Equipment, Excavations, Listing, Site Cleaning, Ergonomics and Ladders.

Web link:
http://elearning.up.pt/safetyinconstruction/

USA

Restaurants and other eating and drinking businesses employ 11.6 million people in the United States. Nearly 30% of these employees are under 20 years of age. Many young workers' first work experience is in the restaurant industry. OSHA is providing this eTool to help young workers in the restaurant industry be safe and healthy on the job. This eTool describes common hazards and potential safety solutions for teen workers and employers in the restaurant industry.


Web link:
www.osha.gov/SLTC/youth/restaurant

USA

Agriculture is one of the most dangerous industries in the nation. Each year, more than 2 million youth under the age of 20 are exposed to farm-related safety hazards. As a result, a significant number of young people are killed, injured or permanently disabled on farms in the United States. This eTool describes common agricultural hazards and offers potential safety solutions that both employers and young workers can utilize to prevent accidents and avoid injury on the job.

Web link:
www.osha.gov/SLTC/youth/agriculture

Germany

yeepa is a software solution for real time multi-player quiz gaming and measuring knowledge development. yeepa uses psychometric methods implemented also in PISA. While PISA is a paper and pencil test for students, yeepa is a socially interactive gaming platform on the Internet for everybody anytime. yeepa is currently introduced to schools and universities in Germany. 1000 medical students of the University of Mainz use yeepa to prepare for their examinations.
Learners log in via smartphone, tablet or laptop and compete against each other in quizzes relevant to integration in Germany. The quizzes introduce to the German way of life, culture and legal and political frameworks. They highlight issues of refugees and migrants in Germany. They also address refugees and potential migrants wishing to come to Germany. Critical incidents of the entire migration life cycle are presented and offer insights and solutions through further information and learning material.
As cultural diversity is an important topic in occupational safety and health, this tool can help to face challenges caused by growing numbers of migrants, refugees and of multicultural workplaces.

Web link:
www.yeepa.de

Norway, Tanzania

The Centre for International Health at the University of Bergen (UiB), Norway, together with colleagues at Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia and Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences in Tanzania, has created a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) to reach health personnel all over the world – with the purpose of improving health and life of workers in developing countries. The course "Occupational Health in Developing Countries" is free for everyone to attend.
The course begins 7 March 2016, and it is possible to sign up now. The course is at Master level but can be attended by anyone interested in work and health.
The course is teaching basic knowledge on work and health and how to prevent the development of diseases and injuries, caused by working conditions. The industrial activity in the developing countries is increasing, but focus on the working conditions is not following. Both the industry and the health services worldwide lack knowledge about the high risk of injuries and death in the work place. As a result, millions of people are getting hurt. This course is a contribution to reduce the problem.

Web link:
www.futurelearn.com

Europe

Be a road safety blogger

Road traffic injuries are the leading cause of death globally among young people aged 15–19-year-olds. According to the WHO, the notion that road traffic crashes are unavoidable needs to be challenged and a pro-active, preventive approach to reducing death on our roads must be developed.
To contribute to this objective, the ERSCharter Contest focused on this theme. Messages could be sent to the ERSC that could motivate young people to become active stakeholder in Road Safety and pay more attention to the different issues that make them vulnerable road users.
The ERSCharter Contest invited young Europeans to create a message that will motivate youth to act in order to improve their safety on the roads.

USA

The creative safety blog does research and give information for Creative Safety Supply. The blog offers a valuable resource on using and maximizing the life of floor safety tape. This is the tape put down on factory floors that literally keeps people walking in the areas where they won't be injured or killed.
The blog contains everything a company needs to use floor safety tape, and have it last a long time to keep the workers safe. It is supposed tob e a starting point on the internet for someone marking the floor for their workers.
The blog is being updatied regularly to keep it very current.

Web link:
blog.creativesafetysupply.com/three-tips-maximize-life-floor-tape/

India

An interesting blog article from CommLab, India, about possibilities and requirements for accident prevention training through E-learning.

Web link:
blog.commlabindia.com

Italy, France

"The virtual enterprise" is an application that, through 3D animation, presents some typical risk situations in the workplace and shows what are the possible actions for their elimination or reduction. It then can be used individually or as part of training, to stimulate sensitivity to identify risks and appropriate preventive measures.
The application is the Italian edition of the product "The entreprise virtuelle" of the French Ministry of Labour and has been designed and promoted by 'INAIL part of an agreement between the Italian Ministry of Labour and the Ministry of French labor.

Web link (French version):
www.travailler-mieux.gouv.fr

Poland

Edustacja.pl is a modern training portal that was developed for both individual and corporate e-learning needs. Founded in Poznan, Poland, in 2007, Edustacja.pl has produced diverse e-learning courses in industries ranging from fire fighting to real estate. With an experienced and committed core of e-learning professionals, the company offers a full range of services, including design and production of training content and webinars, e-learning platform leasing and sales and complete e-learning project execution. One of the most popuplar courses on the platform is from the field of Health and Safety.

Web link:
e-learning.edustacja.pl

Germany

This is a part oft he campaign „Youth wants self-experience“ (Jugend will sich erleben - JWSE).
On this website, an App for Android Smartphonse is being offered. With this App, young people can check their knowledge about safety at work. In Three levels they play to reach a highscore. The highest score „Germany-wide) hast he chance to win a tablet-PC.
The game is available as a browser-game as well.

Web link:
www.jwsl.de/app/indexwb.html

Canada

„HEADS UP – work smart. work safe.“ Is a project of WCB Worker’s Compensation Board in Alberta, Canada. The campaign provides information on young worker’s safety and offers several tools such as comics, a weblog, a Facebook page and a YouTube channel.

Web link:
http://headsupab.com/

UK

Trichocare Education offers a Distance Learning Course in Hair Science and Trichology. This helps make the discipline more widely available to those in the hair and beauty profession. The programme can be carried out by home study and postal examinations with viva voce examinations taken at suitable Centres of Excellence in the UK.
The Course comprises three levels of increasing commitment and depth of study. Level 1 is intended as an introduction to Trichology, so that the candidates will be able to assess their desire to train fully for the profession.

Web link:
www.trichocare.co.uk/education

Germany, Spain, Ireland, UK

The VISTOP project provides three online courses, one for each of the project’s main target groups: teachers, parents and policy makers. The courses promote a whole school approach that has proved to be amongst the most effective activities tackling school bullying and violence.
The online courses include: an introduction into the topic of school bullying and violence, well researched information on the whole school approach, forums that give users the opportunity to exchange views with other learners and links to additional resources that help to continue and deepen the learning experience.

Web link:
http://vistop.org

Germany

NetWoRM (Net-based Training for Work- Related Medicine) is a project by the University of Munich for the further development and the worldwide dissemination of the web-based virtual patients for Occupational Medicine.
The aim of the implementation of these virtual patients was to enhance the interest in Occupational Medicine in medical students. Beyond the teaching of theoretical basics they support the clinical aspects of this specific field and the multidisciplinary use of acquired knowledge. The training is available in 4 languages: German, English, Polish and Spanish. Additional languages will follow.

Web link:
www.networm-online.eu

Canada

On this website, the following  online safety training courses are currently being offered: WHMIS Training, Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) Training
, Fall Protection Awareness Training, 
Forklift Operator Safety Awareness Training, IATA Training, Fire Safety Training and Back Injury Prevention Training.

Web link:
http://spectrumsafety.ca

Germany

Campaign for accident prevention, risk prevention and road safety, especially safe driving and transport within plants and on the public highway.
The target groups of the campaign are in the first instance the 70 million insured individuals and 3.6 million businesses and institutions who are members of the German statutory accident insurance system. In particular, employers, management staff and individuals responsible for prevention tasks are to be reached. Other particular target groups, such as professional drivers, drivers of emergency vehicles, persons carrying out transport tasks within plants, etc., are however also to be targeted.
The website contains videos, interactive puzzles and special e-cards dealing with the topic that can be send to friends and colleagues online.

Web link:
www.risiko-raus.de

Denmark, Finland, Germany, Portugal and the United Kingdom

VISIONARY is a European collaborative project on school bullying and violence (SBV), addressing teachers, parents, professionals, pupils and others interested in the topic. The web portal aims to help all who search for background information on SBV, project descriptions, good practice, materials and other resources on SBV in the Internet. It also wants to support all who are interested in exchanging ideas and experiences with others on an International level. The main sections of the website are available in English, German, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Romanian, Danish and Finnish.
Resulting from the VISTOP project funded by the Socrates/Comenius 2.1 programme of the European Commission, the website offers three online courses on school bullying and violence for teachers, parents and policy makers.

Web link:
www.bullying-in-school.info

Canada

The Construction Safety Training System (CSTS) is a CD-ROM-based course developed by the Alberta Construction Safety Association (ACSA) that uses interactive multimedia including full-motion video and sound.
Here is a web-based internet "web-flip" version of this toolkit:

Web link:
www.safetynetwork.bc.ca/csn_webflip/

Denmark

This manual is a work of reference for the working environment in the building and construction industry. The manual provides guidelines on good working environment practice and on how the rules of the Working Environment Act can be followed within enterprises and on building sites.
The manual has been published by Branchearbejdsmiljørådet for Bygge & Anlæg, with specialist assistance from Working Environment Authority experts in the field of building and construction.

Web link:
haandbogen.info

Germany

An interactive website for kids, containing quizzes, puzzles, a Jum 'n' Run game and much information about road safety for children. The website was set up and is hosted by the German Social Accident Insurance Institution for the public sector in Hesse.

Web link:
www.molli-und-walli.de

UK

This campaign offers blogs providing safety advice and tips to students, parents, teachers and employers. The message to young people is if at anytime they or their friends feel in a vulnerable situation to Speak Up, Stay Safe. The campaoign uses all tools of the web 2.0, such as blogs, Twitter, Facebook etc.

Web link:
www.britsafe.org/speakupstaysafe/

International

This online tutorial teaches the risks and hazards of working with electricity. It is interactive with an exercise sheet.

Web link:
www.bgetem.de/share/2015_12_14_ISSA_5SiRe_en/evolution.html

Germany

Beiki is an interactive web platform and e-learning website for children, young people and teachers. It gives information and provides several lessons and quizzes concering biking, traffic rules, dangers of biking and accident prevention. There are six different learning stations: where to use a bike, starting good, together in the traffic, bikes and environment, being mobile and history of biking. An interactive obstacle course pc game shows dangers for bikers in a funny way.

Web link:
www.beiki.de

Canada

On the raiseyourhand.com website, young workers also can create a slam poetry mix using the online rhythm mixer. The music tracks can then be entered in a contest to win an iPad, or one of four DJ Hero prize packs.

Web link:
www.raiseyourhand.com

UK

RoSPA is developing a youth network for teenagers aged 14-19 who want to learn more about how to keep themselves safe, want to campaign on issues of safety, want to raise awareness about potential risks amongst their peers, have been affected by accidents or are interested in careers in a safety-related profession or a job where safety will be important.
The young people can communicate in a Facebook group to share information and experiences.

Web link:
www.teensafetyandrisk.com

Germany

The BGN (Statutory Accident Insurance for the food and restaurant business) Germany offers an interactive Website called "The Picnic Basket" with different interactive offers, e.g: interactive online tests, a shop, links, a download- section for posters and brochures and the radio play “The emotional parachute”.

Web link:
www.gastronomie-stress.de

UK

This is a website by Health and Safety Executive HSE, especially for young people at work, providing lots of information, work experience, help with risk assessment or legal questions.
Lots of resources can be accessed on this platform, even an audio podcast "Young people at work", where experts talk about health and safety.

Web link:
www.hse.gov.uk
Podcast:
www.hse.gov.uk/podcasts

Canada

Parachute.org is a website with lots of resources and information on injury prevention and injury protection. Parachute is a national, charitable organization, formed in July 2012, which unites the former organizations of Safe Communities Canada, Safe Kids Canada, SMARTRISK and ThinkFirst Canada into one strong leader in injury prevention.
Parachute wants to bring attention to the issue of preventable injury and to help Canadians reduce their risks of injury and enjoy long lives lived to the fullest. The website contains lots of topics and programs, such as home safety, helmets, protection systems, tips, rail safety, playground and pedestrian safety, and lots more.

Web link:
www.parachutecanada.org

Austria, Germany, UK, France, Italy, Switzerland

Napo is an original idea conceived by a small group of OSH communications professionals in response to the need for high quality information products to break down national boundaries and address the diverse cultures, languages and practical needs of people at work. Each film is co-produced by a number of European Institutions. The Film Consortium - HSE (UK); DGUV (Germany); INAIL (Italy); INRS (France); SUVA (Switzerland); and, AUVA (Austria) - emerged from the European Year of Safety and Health 1992/3, and the European Film Festival held in Thessaloniki in 1992.

Web link:
www.napofilm.net

Germany

"Volle Puste" (Full Breath) is a project by the Institute and Outpatient Clinic for Occupational, Social and Environmental Medicine at the Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich. It is supported by the Initiative for New Quality at Work (INQA) in Germany. The project is supposed to raise awareness of the role of respiratory and skin diseases when choosing a profession.
Four E- Learning cases exist so far, dealing with lung and skin diseases in different professions like mechatronic engineers, hairdressers, mechanic engineers and medical technical assistants.

Web link:
www.klinikum.uni-muenchen.de

Germany

This is a project providing online and offline learning modules for engineers to increase their knowledge on ergonomics. This project was initiated by KAN (Commission for Occupational Health and Safety and Standardisation), Germany.

Web link:
ergonomielernen.kan.de

UK

"Shattered Lives" is a campaign of the Health and Safety Executive, UK. Nearly 11000 workers suffered serious injury as a result of a slip or trip in the UK last year. Reducing this unnecessary injury toll is a priority. Users are supposed to find out what happens when workers are put at risk and what they can do to stop slips and trips in their workplace. The website, posters and brochures offer examples from five different industries: Food Retail, Food & Drink Manufacturing, Catering, Building & Plant Maintenance and Construction.

Web link:
www.hse.gov.uk/shatteredlives

USA

This website provides information, mobile apps and material dealing with the dangers of writing text massages while driving. Even a “Texting & Driving simulator is available.

Web link:
www.itcanwait.com

Spain

The main objective of the PE-ABLE project is the development of the contents and the application of a formative tool to assure to European Occupational Safety professionals a worthy education and training along their professional career regarding to Ergonomics, Participatory Ergonomics (PE) and Personal Abilities and Skills.
A project e-learning tool will be available in two formats (on-line and CD-ROM) and 4 European languages (English, Spanish, Dutch and Portuguese).

Web link:
peable.ibv.org

Germany

The e-learning platform Integral II by the Institute of Industrial Engineering and Ergonomics (IAW) of the RWTH Aachen offers several courses for industrial engineering and ergonomics, which include various OSH-related modules. These are suitable for e-learning, blended learning and teaching at universities.

www.iaw.rwth-aachen.de

Czech Republic

The Occupational Safety Information and Education Centre in the Czech Republic CIVOP, developed a course dealing with safety and health and fire prevention. The course is conducted since 2003 and consists of two modules. The course can be booked as an e-learning or a classical seminar with lecturers in Czech or in English for foreign managers.

Web link:
www.civop.cz/elearning

Slovenia

A project by the Institute of Public Health of the Republic of Slovenia. “This is me” is a youth specific internet helpline and a youth prevention programme for schools consisting of several workshops on life skills development of young people. The project offers young people information in the field of personal growth, love, sex, growing up dilemmas and problems of teenagers. Young people can also post questions in an online forum.

Web link:
www.tosemjaz.net

Europe

The European Chemical Agency (ECHA) launched an interactive quiz on the new pictograms for the labelling of hazardous chemicals in the EU introduced by the CLP (Classification, Labelling and Packaging) Regulation.
A research by ECHA shows that many of these pictograms are not yet recognised or properly understood.

Web link:
echa.europa.eu/clp-quiz

Canada

This course provides an introduction to the complex issue of mental health in the workplace, and explains why it is so important. You will learn the difference between mental well-being and mental illness, factors that put people at risk, and the roles of early intervention and promotion of mental well-being at work.

Web link:
www.ccohs.ca

Canada

This site offers specific social marketing tools, case studies, and a planning guide for helping people take actions and adopt habits that promote health, safety and/or sustainability. It will help you include in your programs the best practices of many other programs - practices that have already been successful in changing people's behaviour.

Web link:
www.toolsofchange.com

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