The organisers of the 23rd World Congress on Safety and Health at Work want to help ease the pressure at the end of the year.
By popular request, they've decided to extend abstract submissions up until the 15th of February 2023. Because the end of the year should be about celebrating all that you've achieved in 2022. If you have a unique perspective, case study, research project, or story to tell - kick off 2023 by submitting your abstract before the 15th of February via the World Congress website.
New Member of ENETOSH
We are glad to welcome a new member from the Republic of Kosovo to our network! The Labor Inspectorate is an independent body of the State Administration which operates within the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare. IP is the only body within the executive power of the Republic of Kosovo that monitors the implementation of legislation from the field of labor relations as well as safety and health at work.
The 23rd World Congress, held in Sydney, Australia from 27 - 30 November, 2023, will be a hybrid conference integrating the best of face-to-face with virtual engagement. Delegates can join collaborative events, activities, and workshops and expect grand ceremonies, entertaining keynote speakers and engaging symposia. Whether attending in person or virtually, attendants can design their work health and safety conference journey and learn, upskill, and network through premium experiences.
A first programme announcement is now available.
Effective immediately, Leuphana GmbH has a position for a scientific staff (m / f / d)(based on EG 13 TV-L) to fill 50% of the regular weekly working hours of a full-time employee for three years.
Leuphana GmbH is a 100% subsidiary of Leuphana University of Lüneburg and, like it, is based on the values of a humanistic, sustainable and action-oriented institution and stands for innovation in education and science. It benefits from their viable solutions in the areas of education, culture, sustainability, management and entrepreneurship. Methodological diversity and interdisciplinary cooperation also characterize the understanding of science at Leuphana GmbH.
Training workshop by OIC-OSHNET and ENETOSH
The training workshop titled “Developing Strategies for Mainstreaming Safety and Health in Education Systems” was organized by the Directorate General of Occupational Safety and Health (DGOSH) of the Republic of Türkiye in collaboration with ENETOSH. This training, held on 25-26 October, was for the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation Occupational Safety and Health Network (OIC-OSHNET) member countries.
New study by Ugochi Obidiegwu
According to the CDC, unintentional injury is the leading cause of death in children below 14. This study by Ugochi Obidiegwu (The Safety Chic, Project Safety Education: Train Them Young Initiative -#2TYI) was aimed at demonstrating the effects of a regular safety education program on the knowledge levels of children in primary 4, 5, and 6 leveraging creative expressions. The study used a self-designed survey to collect data from a range of participants obtained through a convenience sampling method to derive results. The research showed that after a defined timeframe, the learner's safety knowledge level increased and they were able to share new knowledge with others by leveraging different creative expressions.
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