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ENETOSH Publications collage



In this area, you will find ENETOSH- or topic-related
publications, such as reports, factsheets and papers.

EU-OSHA Report: Better Schools by Promoting Musculoskeletal Health

ENETOSH - EU-OSHA Report Better Schools

EU-OSHA Report: Better Schools by Promoting Musculoskeletal Health - A strategic approach for promoting exercise and preventing MSDs in schools, 24 April 2022

This report takes a comprehensive look at how schools can contribute to the early, long-term prevention of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). It considers the different perspectives of safety and health in work, education and public health and explores options for common courses of action across these three policy areas. By systematically tackling the issue of integrating safety and health in schools, the report helps promote the quality of education and develop a culture of prevention long term. Authors: Heinz Hundeloh and Ulrike Bollmann

Access and download of the Report: osha.europa.eu

 

EU-OSHA Report: Better Schools by Promoting Musculoskeletal Health (Summary)

ENETOSH - EU-OSHA Report Better Schools Summary

EU-OSHA Report (Summary): Better Schools by Promoting Musculoskeletal Health - A strategic approach for promoting exercise and preventing MSDs in schools, 24 April 2022

This report takes a comprehensive look at how schools can contribute to the early, long-term prevention of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). It considers the different perspectives of safety and health in work, education and public health and explores options for common courses of action across these three policy areas. By systematically tackling the issue of integrating safety and health in schools, the report helps promote the quality of education and develop a culture of prevention long term. Authors: Heinz Hundeloh and Ulrike Bollmann

Access and Download of the Summary: osha.europa.eu

Safety and Health Competence. A Guide for Cultures of Prevention

Safety and Health Competence Guide

Safety and Health Competence. A Guide for Cultures of Prevention, published July 29, 2020.
Global and technological transformation is changing work and learning. A broader understanding of prevention and cultural change associated with it is putting new demands on companies and their employees. People and organizations need suitable competences to deal with this transformation. They need to be empowered to shape decent living and working conditions. Safety and Health Competence: A Guide for Cultures of Prevention is written in the context of work and health. Edited by Ulrike Bollmann and George Boustras.

Access and purchase (Hardback or eBook) of the book: www.routledge.com

Promoting good and sustainable work in occupational health education

Promoting good and sustainable work in occupational health education

An article written by Johannes Siegrist and Ulrike Bollmann, published in Occupational Medicine on 25 April 2022

This article reports on an online survey designed as part of the working programme of an international task group of experts in the field of occupational health and safety. The task group, established under the Global Coalition for Occupational Safety and Health, coordinated by the International Labour Organization, explored to what extent the United Nations sustainable development goal on promoting decent work globally (UN SDG 8) has been implemented in curricula of academic training programmes in occupational medicine (OM), occupational safety, industrial hygiene and ergonomics (OSH), and human resource management (HRM).

Access and download the article here.

ENETOSH Factsheets

the four ENETOSH Factsheets

Factsheet #1: Challenges of the changing world of work for the cempetencies of OSH by Matti Ylikoski

Factsheet #2: A new model of accident prevention – how to manage the "central event" by Paul Swuste

Factsheet #3: An introduction to networking by Tim Tregenza

Factsheet #4: Evaluation of quality of academic safety, health and environment education by Paul Swuste and Frank van Dijk

The integration of safety and health into education

IAG Report Integration of Safety and Health into Education

IAG report 1/2018e written by Ulrike Bollmann, Robert Gründler and Matthew Holder

This report presents the results of an empirical study on examples of good practice from the ENETOSH database. The study contributes to the "practical evidence" of OSH integration in education and learning processes at four levels of education (pre-school/school, initial vocational education, higher education and continuing vocational education). The study facilitates access to examples of good practice, identifies good models and provides recommendations for future action for practitioners, multipliers and policy makers.

Access and download the report here.

ENETOSH Newsletters

ENETOSH Newsletter No 19

Since 2006, 19 issues of the ENETOSH newsletter have been published to date, containing articles on various topics of OSH mainstreaming in education, written by OSH, education and public health professionals from around the world.

Access and download all editions of the ENETOSH Newsletter here.

Standards in education and training for safety and health at work

IAG Report: Standards in Education and Training in OSH, English

IAG Report 4/2011e
Standards in education and training for safety and health at work – European perspectives, promising developments and examples of good practice

How important are standards for education and training in occupational safety and health? That was the question explored by participants from 19 countries at the DGUV Academy in Dresden from 6 to 7 July 2007. The presentations and discussions addressed the factors that led to educational standards being developed at the European level and the activities involved, plus real-life examples from the international and national spheres. Particular attention was given to standards of competence for training programmes for lecturers and trainers.

The event was staged by lead organiser, the European Network Education and Training in Occupational Safety and Health (ENETOSH), in cooperation with the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA). This report is based on the results of this conference. It covers the conference contributions, some of them revised, plus three additional papers.

Access and download the report in English here and in German here.

ENETOSH standard of competence for instructors and trainers in safety and health

ENETOSH standard of competence

ENETOSH’s special focus is on improving the competences of teachers and trainers as the determining factor for high-quality education and training in OSH. Well-qualified teachers are key to developing a culture of prevention in Europe. They need appropriate competences to ensure the transfer of knowledge about safety and health; to promote changes in perceptions, attitudes and behaviour in children and adults regarding their own safety and health; and to foster the establishment of a safety and health culture in schools and workplaces.

Taking its lead from the debate on the European Qualifications Framework (EQF) held by ministers of education and training, European social partners and the European Commission, ENETOSH has developed a standard containing competence profiles for teachers and trainers in OSH.

Access and download the ENETOSH Standards (published 2010) in English and German here.

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