This activity, took place in Prague, Czech Republic on the 27th of September 2017.

On this activity, the OSRI-VÚBP disseminated the content of the project, with the aim to engage the key stakeholders who will ensure the successful implementation of the project.

Venue: Czech Association of Scientific and Technical Societies, Prague

Host Organization: Occupational Safety Research Institute (OSRI -VÚBP)

COLLABORATORS:

  • Ministry of Education
  • Ministry of Health
  • Czech School Inspectorate
  • State Medical Institute
  • Czech Association of Nursing Services

The Multiplier Event welcome 71 participants from educational system and from occupational safety field. The program included 9 high-quality lectures presented by project partners, representatives of the Ministry of Education, the National Institute for Education, the Ministry of Health, the State Medical Institute etc. The event was highly appreciated by all participants – the invitation, conference materials, venue and primar-ily the quality of lectures.

Materials are available at www.vubp.cz and www.bozpinfo.cz

 

27th of September 2017

Program overview

9.30 – 10.00 Attendance

10.00 – 10.30 Welcome RNDr. Stanislav Malý, Occupational Safety Research Institute, director Foreword Mgr. Alena Horáčková, Occupational Safety Research Institute, partner “Mind Safety-Safety Matters!” project (MS-SM!) Introduction of the project MS-SM!“ (briefly presents the purpose, expected results and the 3 outputs) Diana Policarpo, ACT – Autoridade para as Condições to Trabalho, Portugal (Coordinator of the international project)

10.30 – 11.40 The issue of safety in school education from the point of view of the Czech School Inspectorate PhDr. Ondřej Andrys, MAE, Deputy Chief School Inspector, Czech School Inspectorate OSH education of blind and partially sighted – experience from the Czech Republic Mgr. Marie Svobodová, Czech Association of Nursing Services

11.40 – 12.10 Break / Lunch

12.10 – 13.30 Occupational safety issues as part of the expected results of vocational training PhDr. Jiřina Novotná, National Institute for Education “Mind Safety-Safety Matters” (Introduction of the MS-SM Educational Open Resources – “OSH what a bright Idea!“) OSH Practical Guide for Teachers Dr. Núria Mancebo, University Girona, Spain (coordinator of O2) Brochure for students Phd. Luís Pedro , University Aveiro, Portugal (coordinator of O3) Safety in schools Ing. Ilona Vaculová, Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports

13.30 – 13.40 Coffee break

13.40 – 14.40 Medical capability for practical training and vocational training, including access to health and safety at work for youth and students from the point of view of the competence of the health sector Mgr. Aneta Nuslová, Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic, Department of Occupational Hygiene and Occupational Medicine

A FEW WORDS ABOUT THE CONFERENCE “MIND SAFETY – SAFETY MATTERS, Alena Horáčková 1 , Kateřina Hrubá 1 , Irena Kuhnová 1, 1 Research Institute for Occupational Safety, vvi horackova@vubp-praha.cz , hrubak@vubp-praha.cz , kuhnova@vubp-praha.cz Available in CZ.