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30. May 2021
European Federation of Education Employers (EFEE)

We are very glad that the European Federation of Education Employers (EFEE) has joined the ENETOSH Steering Committee as a representative of the education employers.

26. May 2021
Urgent Call for participation in an Online Survey

How are future leaders empowered in current university education to create good work in the present and the future? This is the guiding question of an important European online survey that investigates to what extent and how the UN Sustainable Development Goal "Promote Good Work" (UN SDG 8) is integrated into teaching and the learning and working environment at universities.

21. Apr 2021
New Knowledge Sharing Platform by ILO

Skills development is among the greatest challenges facing countries, enterprises and people all across the world today. It plays a vital role in promoting employment, economic growth, and inclusive societies.

21. Mar 2021
National Kick-Off Germany

On 2 March, 2021, the European Healthy Workplaces “Lighten the Load 2020-22" Campaign had its Kick-off in Germany in the scope of an online event.

20. Feb 2021
Report of the online seminar

This seminar - jointly organised by the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) and the European Network Education and Training in Occupational Safety and Health (ENETOSH) - was intended to make participants aware of the importance of promoting good musculoskeletal health in children and young people by preventing musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) at school (age).

13. Feb 2021
Good and innovative study programmes wanted

The recently established Task Group, supported by the Global Coalition on Safety and Health at Work (coordinated by the ILO), wants to learn more about the implementation of good, sustainable work and productive employment (SDG 8) in educational programs at universities in Europe

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