Latest PEROSH newsletter
Download the October 2014 PEROSH newsletter!Read more …
Four new areas of OSH research cooperation
The PEROSH Steering Committee which met in May in Paris approved the launch of four new PEROSH research projects which will aim to:
• Strengthen the network’s capacity for forecasting future research priorities
• Share information on the integration of ambient intelligence solutions for safety and health
• Generate a common framework for technical measurements of physical work demands and physical activity
• Broaden the application of health impact assessment models for occupational respiratory diseases
Meeting of the Wellbeing project group in Paris – September 2014
On the 24th September 2014 the members of the PEROSH wellbeing group met at INRS in Paris to discuss the future developments of the wellbeing project. A number of real workplace case studies of wellbeing initiatives were presented and discussed.Read more …
Celebration of the 10-year anniversary of the PEROSH network – May 2014
After 10 years of transnational OSH research cooperation, the PEROSH network celebrated its anniversary and was very happy to see its members renew their commitment to cooperate on OSH by signing the new 2014-2018 PEROSH agreement. Videos online.
Read more …
Publication of the PEROSH report “Priority setting for future European OSH research”
The PEROSH OSH Evidence group set a goal to identify systematic reviews of the PEROSH research challenges in order to be able to list the implications for research.Read more …
Determination of Workplace Protection Factors for Respiratory Protective Devices (RPD)
An update of this PEROSH project conducted with the support of an international group of test bodies primarily concerned with occupational safety.Read more …
Perosh in brief: keep up with the activities of the PEROSH network!
The second issue of our newsletter “PEROSH in brief” will give you a brief update of the latest PEROSH developments and joint research. This newsletter is intended for all stakeholders with a keen interest in research and development in occupational safety and health (OSH).