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Give Musculoskeletal Health to Children and Young Workers

Joint Workshop With EU OSHA In Bilbao
 
 

EU-OSHA in collaboration with ENETOSH organised a seminar addressing the issue of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) among young people and workers. The seminar was organised in the framework of an OSH overview project on MSDs and with a view to the upcoming Healthy Workplaces campaign ‘Lighten the Load’, to start in October 2020.
The event served as an awareness-raising activity on the need to promote good musculoskeletal health at an early age. Participants exchanged ideas in small groups led by experts on four different aspects: research, policy (OSH – ergonomics), practice (mainstreaming OSH into education), and communication (body self-perception).
All attendees participated in expert-led discussions in four small groups and covered the four different perspectives. Each group discussed a number of different questions with the aim of achieving a common result from each perspective, by funnelling down in specifity.

Programme

Give musculoskeletal health to children and young workers
20-21 March 2019, Hotel Carlton, laza Federico Moyúa, 2 – Bilbao
Day 1 – 20 March

Plenary session – moderated by Tim Tregenza and Lorenzo Munar, EU-OSHA



Opening – William Cockburn, EU-OSHA



Trialogue – Ulrike Bollmann, ENETOSH; Gyula Szabó, FEES; Lorenzo Munar,
EU-OSHA



Introduction of the lead experts and workshops:
Therese Hanvold, STAMI, Norway: Musculoskeletal health and young people –
with a research dimension
Helena Lewis-Smith, UWE, United Kingdom: Body self-perception –
with a communications dimension
Diana de Sousa Policarpo, ACT, Portugal: Mainstreaming OSH into education –
with a practical dimension
Gyula Szabó, FEES, Hungary: Ergonomics – with a policy dimension

4 groups of participants in all 4 Workshops, in 4 rounds

Perspective 1: Mainstreaming
Diana de Sousa Policarpo supported by Maria Klotz, DGUV



Perspective 2: Ergonomics
Gyula Szabó



Perspective 3: Research
Therese N. Hanvold



Perspective 4: Communication
Helena Lewis-Smith




Back to Plenary session at the end of day 1

MSDs and education: Preventing musculoskeletal disease among childcare professionals in nursery schools (ErgoKita), Vera Schellewald, Institute for Occupational Safety and Health of the German Social Accident Insurance (IFA)
(click on the link for the presentation)



Opening day 2 – Lorenzo Munar

Mainstreaming ergonomics through the life course: The role of education and training, Ulrike Bollmann, Institute for Work and Health of the German Social Accident Insurance (IAG)
(click on the link for the presentation)



Presentation of the four outcomes – Tim Tregenza, Katalin Sas, Maurizio Curtarelli, Lorenzo Munar – EU-OSHA



Next steps – Lorenzo Munar





Perspective 1: More pictures from the group work on Mainstreaming


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Report by EU OSHA: https://osha.europa.eu

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