Presentations made at the A+A ILO International OSH Conference 2017

Meeting document | 29 November 2017

Opening by Ms. Nancy Leppink © A+A

Session 1. How Businesses and Workers are Collecting and Using OSH Data and Information to improve OSH Performance

E-tools and the collection and use of OSH data in Europe

Mr. Tim Tregenza, European Agency for Safety and Health at Work, Spain

Practice of Optimized Utilization of OSH Data in SME

Mr. Fu Wenhu, Huzhou Work Safety Bureau, China

How Toyota Material Handling use forklift truck data to improve their customers’ occupational safety

Mr. Marcus Löwendahl, Toyota Material Handling Europe AB, Sweden

How to measure an organization’s Safety Culture and make its Safety Performance predictable and controllable

Mr. Sebastian Bartels, DEKRA Organisational Reliability Ltd., UK/Germany

Session 1 © A+A

Session 2. Violence and Psychosocial Risks at Work

Psychosocial risks and violence at work: prevalence and prevention approaches in Europe

Ms. Malgorzata Milczarek, European Agency for Safety and Health at Work, Spain

Research on violence cases in the workplace – prevention and intervention

Ms. Eda Merisalu, Tarto University, Estonia

Managing work-related stress and MSDs:  a regulators’ approach

Ms. Katherine Fuller, Health and Safety Executive, UK

Participative psychosocial risks assessments for a healthier work organisation

Ms. Clara Llorens Serrano, Union Institute of Work, Environment and Health-CCOO, Spain

Session 3. OSH in Global Supply Chains

Drivers and constraints for OSH in global supply chains, lessons learned from three case studies

Ms. Lou Tessier, Labour Administration, Labour Inspection and Occupational Safety and Health Branch, International Labour Organization, Switzerland

Calculating the Return on Prevention for Pakistan's Textile and Garment Industry

Ms. Romina Kochius, Labour Standards Programme Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Pakistan

Mr. Muhammad Mujahid, Saeed Ahmed Awan Centre for the Improvement of Working Conditions and Environment, Pakistan

The Challenges of Managing and Implementing Personal Protective Equipment Across Multiple Geographies

Ms. Nicole Vars McCullough, Personal Safety Division, 3M, USA

Adapting PPEs to the plantation work environment - Sime Darby’s experience

Mr. Lee Ming Enn, Group Sustainability and Quality Management, Sime Darby Berhad, Malaysia

OSH in Global Supply Chains

Mr. Benedikt Bünker, Department of International Employment and Social Policies, Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, Germany