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New PEROSH member from Switzerland

logo-ist-anglais The PEROSH group is happy to welcome the Swiss Institute for Work and Health (IST, Institut universitaire romand de Santé au Travail) as a new partner and is looking forward to a good future cooperation!  Read more …

PEROSH strenghened with new team for coordination and support

picturesAs of 1st September 2016 PEROSH has appointed a new European Affairs Coordinator, Jan Michiel Meeuwsen, who will work closely together with Anika Decker from IFA.  

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Submit your abstract: Technological innovation and organisational changes: the potential impacts on prevention

inrs-conferenceThe conference will examine the potential impacts of technical innovation and the ensuing organisational changes on occupational health and safety in a context of work intensification, longer working lives, and an ageing population.
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PEROSH Steering Committee in Copenhagen

PEROSH Steering Committee Copenhagen

PEROSH Steering Committee Copenhagen

On 7th and 8th June 2016, the Steering Committee meeting of PEROSH took place at NRCWE in Copenhagen.
Topics included, among others, the ongoing chairmanship, an exchange programme for researchers, discussions on new members and the current research activities of the member institutes.

Save the date: 21 April 2016 Sustainable work in Horizon 2020


The seminar on 21 April in Brussels organized by the Swedish Sustainable Work Advocacy Platform and PEROSH does not only aim to give an overview and four concrete examples of how sustainable work could be included in the next Horizon 2020 work programmes, but also to share views on the future of work in Europe and to discuss necessary priorities for research, policies and actions. Please confirm your attendance before the 14th of April using this link – first come first served! To download our full text Horizon 2020 research proposals klick here.

Kicked off: New PEROSH project started on DRR

kickoff2On 25-26 January 2016 the new PEROSH project DRR was kicked off at IFA in Sankt Augustin, Germany.  Under the lead of IFA eight European project partners aim to collaborate on the derivation of dose-response relationships for relevant chemical substances in OSH. Knowledge transfer on risk assessment methodologies will further improve the derivation of DRRs and will be applied to a series of new chemical substances chosen by the project members. For more information see Read more …

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