Location: EU-OSHA, Bilbao, Spain
27th ENETOSH Network Meeting
After a warm welcome of Dr Ulrike Bollmann, President of ENETOSH and SeongWeon Choe, Vice president of the Korea Agency for Occupational Safety and Health (KOSHA), Prof Peter Paulus, Leuphana University Lüneburg, Germany, gave a report on the ENETOSH session at ORP Congress the day before (see report on this event, too).
Vinka Longin Peš from the Croatian Health Insurance Fund, Chair of the ENETOSH Steering Committee, gave the participants an overview of the ENETOSH Strategic Framework and Action Plan 2021 - 2025, followed by Dr Bollmann and web editor Claus Dethleff with a summary on the current status of the network and its projects.
Maurizio Curtarelli of the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) informed on EU-OSHAs “Safe and healthy work in the digital age 2023-25" Campaign and Mireya Rifá Fabregat of the European Network of Safety and Health Professional Organizations (ENSHPO) presented the ENSHPO Vision Zero Environment Guide and its relation to sustainability. Sarah Lyons of the European Trade Union Committee for Education (ETUCE) and National Education Union (NEU), United Kingdom, informed on ENETOSH's cooperation with ETUCE 2023 - 2024 and Ruth Wilkinson of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH), UK, on the IOSH OSH education policy position.
Ehi Iden, President of OSHAfrica, and Prof Johannes Siegrist, Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf, Germany, informed the audience on the very interesting integration of sustainable development into higher education in the African Region, before Peter Paulus and Neele Grandt of the Centre for Applied Health Sciences at Leuphana University Lüneburg, Germany, presented their project Learning from each other - Optimisation of the school development concept "Good healthy school" and its dissemination strategies.
Last, but not least, Mikko Nykänen of the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health (FIOH) showed a presentation on "More evidence for mainstreaming OSH into education - a research gap", before the meeting ended with Tim Tregenza of EU-OSHA talking on ENETOSH and sustainability.
After three very interesting and intense hours of presentations and insights in the work of ENETOSH, its members and partners, the 27th ENETOSH network meeting came to its end.