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Romanian National Research Institute on Occupational Safety and Health ”Alexandru Darabont”

The National Research & Development Institute on Occupational Safety – INCDPM ”Alexandru Darabont” in Bucharest has carried out a continuous activity for more than 50 years now, dedicated to education and research in the prevention of occupational risks, the legal grounding of industrial safety, occupational safety and development of the training system in this area, as well as in development of practical solutions and technical assistance to enterprises to improve working conditions.
The institute was founded in 1951 by the Romanian Academy as the Institute of Hygiene and Safety, by decision of the Presidium of the Romanian Academy and the Executive Committee of the General Confederation of Labor, for scientific research and for solving problems of labor protection and existing occupational safety technology in enterprises and institutions. It was reorganized in 1970 as the Scientific Research Institute for Labour Protection on the principle of self-financing by the Ministry of Labour order no. 40.
In 1998, it was reorganized again and became the National Institute of Research - Development for Labour Protection, coordinated by the Ministry of Labour, Social Solidarity and Family, thus representing the only national research and development on labor protection (safety and health) in Romania.
Currently the institute operates in accordance with GD. 1772 of 21 October 2004 as National Institute for Research - Development for Labour Protection, which is coordinated by the the Ministry of Labour, Family and Social Protection, and the Ministry of Education, Research and the Youth i.e. the National Authority for Scientific Research (ANCS).
INCDPM is a policy maker on OHS and environmental issues through participation in the elaboration of the national strategies in the area, substantiation of the major directions of development, closely correlated with the European strategies and provisions and contribution at the ”Equality of Chances” programme run out by the Ministry of Labour, Family and Equality of Chances.
INCDPM includes the Romanian CIS-ILO service.
Contact

Romanian National Research Institute on Occupational Safety and Health ”Alexandru Darabont”

35A, Ghencea Blvd., Sector 6
61695 Bucharest
Romania
+40 21- 313 31 58

Contact person:

Dr. Doru Costin Darabont

Romtens Foundation

Romtens Foundation has been working with the Ministry of Public Health in the workplace health promotion field of activity and is currently providing consultancy and expertise to various other Romanian institutions within the health system (Public Health Authorities, Public Health Institutes and Centres). As a consequence of this line of activities Romtens Foundation has established various partnerships with other national institutes and agencies; among its most valuable achievements is the Romanian Network for Workplace Health Promotion counting almost 200 enterprises and organizations.
At European level Romtens Foundation is involved in several European Networks active in the Public Health and Occupational Health domains, mainly the European Network for Workplace Health Promotion, for which is the National Contact Office (being also a member of the Steering Committee). Other networks in which Romtens Foundation is also involved are: the European Network for Smoking Prevention (ENSP), European Public Health Alliance (EPHA) and the International Union for Health Promotion and Education (IUHPE).
The main types of activity performed by the ROMTENS Foundation are:
Technical Assistance and Evaluation Services provided to government, community organizations and businesses, relying on sound information, analysis and strategic thinking as the best foundations for decision-making
Quantitative and Qualitative Research provided to stakeholders for reliable information about the effectiveness of existing policies and potential strategies for action
Monitoring and Evaluation for national and international interventions
Training in health related regulatory requirements, program guidelines, policies and practices
Promotion and Information Campaigns using a wide array of communication techniques harnessed in projects for communicating specific messages to a broader audience, for communicating specific information to targeted/specific audiences.
Contact

Romtens Foundation

Strada Stirbei Voda nr. 107, Bloc 24C, ScA, Apt. 11, Sector 1

10117 Bucharest
Romania
+40 21 637 30 02

Contact person:

Dr. Theodor Haratau

Technical University "Gheorghe Asachi" Iasi

Technical University "Gheorghe Asachi" from Iasi, Romania. The University has 11 of faculties for different fields of engineering.
ENETOSH network partner is the Occupational Safety and Health Department of the Technical University.
The „Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi – an excellent choice for high school graduates, who decided to opt for a career in the provoking field of engineering.
In 1993, the University was named The “Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi. After a series of internal reforms, The “Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi has 11 faculties: The Faculty of Automatic Control and Computer Engineering, The Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Environment Protection, The Faculty of Civil Engineering and Installations, The Faculty of Machine Manufacturing and Industrial Management, The Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Information Technology, The Faculty of Electrical Engineering, The Faculty of Hydrotechnics, Geodesy and Environmental Engineering, The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, The Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering, The Faculty of Textile – Leather Engineering and Industrial Management and The Faculty of Architecture.
Contact

Technical University "Gheorghe Asachi" Iasi

Bd. Dimitrie Mangeron nr. 67
700050 Iasi
Romania
+40 (0) 232-236.330

Contact person:

Silvia Georgescu

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