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WHO WE ARE

ENETOSH

The European Network Education and Training in Occupational Safety and Health (ENETOSH) provides a platform for the systematic exchange of knowledge and experience on education and training related to safety, health, and wellbeing.

The objective of ENETOSH

The fundamental objective of ENETOSH is to integrate safety, health and well-being into the education system in order to promote quality education and a culture of prevention at individual, organizational and societal levels.

ENETOSH promotes transdisciplinary and transnational cooperation between the following policy areas: occupational safety and health (OSH), education and training, and public health.

The scope of ENETOSH

ENETOSH's work encompasses all levels of the education system:

  • Preschool
  • School (primary and secondary education)
  • Initial Vocational Education and Training (IVET)
  • Higher Education
  • Continuing Vocational Education and Training (CVET)
Levels of education
Picture: Education levels covered by ENETOSH
Target groups

ENETOSH is aimed at:

    • Lecturers and trainers in occupational safety and health

    • Education and training staff (e.g. childcare staff, schools, teachers, head teachers, trainers,

      university lecturers, freelance trainers)

    • Policy makers (e.g. representatives of associations, ministries, and social partners)

Results

Results achieved so far in different areas of activity:

    • Promoting the mainstreaming of OSH in education through more than 100 members from 39 countries. Twenty-four ENETOSH Ambassadors represent the network in their home country

    • Criteria-led collection of more than 1000 examples of good practice in safety and health education and training from 54 countries

    • Publications

    • ENETOSH Newsletter

    • Events

Networking

At European and international level, ENETOSH cooperates with several transnational networks and organisations:

More networks related to education and training in safety and health

Strategic approach

ENETOSH's work is based on a strategic approach with a comprehensive set of strategic objectives, operational targets, indicators and measures, complemented by an action plan: ENETOSH Strategic Framework 2021-2025.

Picture: ENETOSH Strategic Framework 2021-2025
History

The network was set up with financial support from the European Commission under the LEONARDO DA VINCI program (for a project phase from 10/2005 to 09/2007). The project started with 13 partners from 10 countries.

In October 2009, ENETOSH was awarded the "LEONARDO Prize 2009 Innovation in Practice" by the National Agency Education for Europe at the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB) for outstanding EU projects that have inspiring results and impact on education and training in practice.

In 2015, ENETOSH celebrated its 10th birthday at the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) in Bilbao.

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