A joint event of OSHAfrica and ENETOSH
Higher education is the key to developing economic, social and environmental sustainability in OSH.
With their study programmes in disciplines relevant to occupational safety and health, such as safety engineering, industrial hygiene, occupational medicine and occupational health care, universities make a decisive contribution to achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals. In addition, universities have a role model function for good work for future generations of employees.
The event is organised in cooperation with the European Network Education and Training in Occupational Safety and Health (ENETOSH) and the Pan-African OSH Network OSHAfrica and will be held in the scope of A+A on October 25, 2023, 10:15 - 13:15.
The education sector, in this case schools, are affected by digitalisation in two ways at the same time: Firstly, with regard to their educational mission and secondly, with regard to the digitalisation of teachers' working environment.
This online event will take place on 23 November, 2023, from 09:00 - 11:30.
Joint Meeting ISSA Section Education and Training for Prevention and ENETOSH
On the occasion of this year's A+A International Congress, the International Section on Education and Training for Prevention of the International Social Security Association (ISSA) and the European Network Education and Training in Occupational Safety and Health (ENETOSH) are organizing a joint network meeting on October 26, 9:15-11:00, Room 5, 1st Floor.
Conference of the Croatian Health Insurance Fund
In 2024, the Croatian Health Insurance Fund, in cooperation with the Croatian Pension Insurance Institute, will preside over the European Forum of the Insurance against Accidents at Work and Occupational Diseases. The next conference of the European Forum will be held in Zagreb, from 4 until 6 June 2024, under the slogan "Be fit for the digital age".
Special Edition by AUVA
The international magazine for prevention at work "Safe Work" by the Austrian Workers' Compensation Board (AUVA), has just released a special edition, focusing on prevention at work for apprentices and young workers/employees.
New report by UNESCO
The 2023 GEM Report on technology and education explores the debates on technology affecting education through five distinct channels, as input, means of delivery, skill, tool for planning, and providing a social and cultural context. It examines education challenges to which appropriate use of technology can offer solutions (access, equity and inclusion; quality; technology advancement; system management), while recognizing that many solutions proposed may also be detrimental.
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