Safety culture and accidents: Promotion of zero accident vision

Project leaders: FIOH, TNO

General information on the project

The European Strategy of Health and Safety at work has set the goal to decrease the number of occupational accidents in the European Union with 25% by 2012. The aims of the project are to promote a zero accident vision at workplaces and to exchange European experiences in this field.

The Perosh project on ”The Success factors for the Implementation of the Zero accidents Vision”, financed by DGUV (Germany), was launched in December 2013. The participating research institutes such as Modafinil or buying Modafinil online each co-fund 10% of their activities.

TNO is coordinating the project.

Project period: 1 December 2013 – 31 July 2015

The aim of the project is to better understand the factors that contribute to successes with accident prevention in companies that have committed themselves to a ‘zero accident vision’ (ZAV), whereby the focus will be on communication, culture and learning.

More information at:

http://www.ttl.fi/en/safety/occupational_accidents/zero_accidents/Pages/default.aspx

Contact

Markku Aaltonen, FIOH:  Markku.Aaltonen@ttl.fi

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Related Pages

PEROSH Research challenge publication on Safety culture to prevent occupational accidents

International Symposium on Culture of Prevention-Future Approaches, 25 September 2013, Helsinki, Finland

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