A look at the future of work and health – 36th International A+A Congress 2019 with international events and formats

From 5-8 November 2019, OSH experts and practitioners from industry, the trades, administration, politics and the sciences will meet at the 36th International Congress for Occupational Safety and Health – the leading congress event for safety and health at work. Running in conjunction with the A+A Congress is the A+A Trade Fair 2019, where visitors are invited to attend events on the latest OSH topics such as Work 4.0 and the future of work in Europe and worldwide. Events will be translated simultaneously into English. Around 350 OSH policy experts, researchers and practitioners will talk about social developments, reforms, technical and organisational innovations, as well as the latest scientific findings.

2019-09-17T16:08:15+02:00

Welcome to the 36th International Congress for Occupational Safety and Health – A+A 2019

The A+A Congress is a large national and international forum on occupational health and safety, workplace health promotion and ergonomics. It brings together the latest research findings with the practical experience of companies, social partners, associations and institutions. On behalf of the organisers Hubertus Heil, German Minister of Labour and Social Affairs, cordially welcomes visitors to the A+A Congress 2019.

2019-09-05T16:16:43+02:00

Global Health & Education: a UNESCO Chair and UNITWIN Network

A new world-wide initiative in school health and safety promotion was launched for the coming four years at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris: the Global Health & Education UNESCO Chair and UNITWIN Network. This initiative provides a framework for participating universities to share their interests with partner organisations and institutions —for example, ENETOSH— in creating a new culture linking health and education.

2019-04-24T09:43:14+02:00

World Day Against Child Labour 2018 – Towards the urgent elimination of hazardous child labour

World Day Against Child Labour 2018 – Towards the urgent elimination of hazardous child labour

About 73 million children are in hazardous work – almost half of the 152 million children aged 5 to 17 still in child labour.
On World Day Against Child Labour 2018, the spotlight is on ending hazardous child labour. It is a priority in the wider ILO campaigns against child labour and for safe and healthy work for youth of legal working age – “Generation Safe & Healthy”.

2018-06-12T10:03:17+02:00