Global Forum for Prevention
24–27 August 2014 · Frankfurt · Germany
Almost 2,000 guests were present to experience the launch of the XX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work. Inspiri
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ISSA Secretary General Hans-Horst Konkolewsky explained how prevention at work can be tackled holistically. Referring to
Sustainability and occupational safety and health go very well together
In his keynote speech, L. Casey Chosewood, from NIOSH, USA presented examples of the Total Worker Health Programme at hi
How can companies learn about diversity from football?
Safety and health at work are a human right, says Guy Ryder, Director General of the International Labour Organization (
Prevention culture – a global goal resting on three pillars
Measuring safety culture - by smartphone
What are the causes of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) and what solutions are available?
Good news for employees: "Work has become much safer in the last 100 years"
"Highly innovative, highly interactive and highly inspirational."
Exciting stands, exciting people and exciting talks.
Symposium on studies on the return on prevention. Is it worth a company investing in prevention?
The 2014 World Congress invites guests to a German evening
Diversity management improves employee well-being while increasing a company’s productivity.
Safe work is important in managing an economically successful company, is Chong Meng Tan's firm belief.
What is needed to make Vision Zero a success in OSH and road safety?
Education plays a key role in the cultivation of a prevention culture – this is a proposition all participants in the sy
What will remain after the World Congress? Networks are one way to continue advancing the cause of prevention.
With enthusiasm and passion on the way towards Vision Zero
Andrea Nahles, Federal Minister for Labour and Social Affairs, speaking to reporters after her speech to the World Congr