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COLLEGE OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH - VISOKA ŠKOLA ZA SIGURNOST (VSS)

College of Occupational Safety and Health is part of SSBM Geneva which is a global, innovative and unique school with students from over 70 countries around the world. Our programs are designed with over industry partners. We guarantee superior quality of education and excellence. We guarantee Swiss quality of education and excellence.
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COLLEGE OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH - VISOKA ŠKOLA ZA SIGURNOST (VSS)

Veslačka 2a (Ured: Savska cesta 106)
10000 Zagreb
Croatia
+385 (1) 4668 819

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Croatian Health Insurance Fund (CHIF)

Since it gained independence in 1992, Croatia has faced emerging economy and strong tourist activity. With Croatia's EU accession in 2013, key structural reforms are being monitored and performed in fields such as health and pension system, system of state aid, and privatization of state property. EU accession should at the same time result in accelerating fiscal and other structural reforms.
Health care standard in Croatia is mainly satisfactory, with better accessibility to health care facilities in major cities. Range of health services rendered in remote areas and islands is less, but still within acceptable.
Due to commonly rising costs of health care, especially expenditure on drugs, Croatia health care system is accompanied by lack of budget funds for health care, which so far has not affected drug supply within public health care institutions in Croatia.
Health care contributions in Croatia are mandatory for all employed citizens, i.e. their employers. The dependents obtain their health care coverage through contributions paid by working members of their families. Self-employed workers in Croatia are also obliged to pay health care contributions. Croatian citizens who belong to a particularly vulnerable category are exempt from paying health care contributions; retired people and persons with low income are insured and have access to health care facilities - contractual partners - of the Croatian Health Insurance Fund (CHIF).

The vision of the healthcare system is to become a health system where quality healthcare is available to everyone, according to the principles of comprehensiveness, accessibility and solidarity.
The mission of the Croatian health insurance is to rationally invest the funds of insured persons in quality and efficient health services and programs that will add years to life and life to years.

Croatian Health Insurance Fund as national insurer in the field of occupational health provides medical care and financial compensations in cases of occupational injuries and occupational diseases, as well as measures for their prevention, which include also educational programs, in order to achieve the standards of a healthy workplace.
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Croatian Health Insurance Fund (CHIF)

Margaretska 1
10000 Zagreb
Croatia
+385 1 6387 522

Contact person:

Dr. LLM Vinka Longin Peš
Head of the Project Department

Croatian Institute of Public Health (CIPH)

Croatian Institute of Public Health (CIPH) is a central public health institute in the Republic of Croatia.
It was founded in 1893 with the aim of promoting health and welfare of the population. CIPH deals with public health, health promotion and education, disease prevention, microbiology, environmental health, school medicine, mental health care and addiction prevention. CIPH’s main tasks are to plan, promote and implement measures for the enhancement of population health and reduction of health problems.
It prepares and implements prevention programmes and other health care measures aimed at promoting healthy lifestyle. CIPH carries out epidemiological surveillance and proposes, organizes and undertakes preventive and counter-epidemic measures. It also plays a crucial role in planning, supervision and evaluation of immunization. In addition, CIPH performs duties concerned with the analysis and evaluation of water safety and the impact of environmental factors on human health.
The Institute functions as a statistical authority which maintains national public health registries, supervises data storage and coordinates the work of other health registers. It coordinates the network of regional public health institutes, actively participates in the creation of health policy and public health regulations and engages in international co-operation for the purposes of improving public health and welfare.
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Croatian Institute of Public Health (CIPH)

Rockefellerova 7
1000 Zagreb
Croatia
+385 91 533 9553

Contact person:

Marija Bubas

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