On June 30, 2020, the Agricultural Social Insurance Fund (Kasa Rolniczego Ubezpieczenia Społecznego) launched this year’s activities under the implementation of the “Vision Zero” Strategy in the agricultural sector in Poland. The main goal of the strategy is to reduce the number of occupational diseases and accidents at work, which is associated with the creation of better working conditions and improvement of farmers’ health.

With the translation of our Vision Zero Guide in Hindi, Vision Zero reaches out to over 500 million workers. The Vision Zero Guide is now available in 14 languages. It is free to download from our website and a great tool to improve your safety culture in your enterprise.
We would like to express our thanks to the Indo-German Focal Point Mr Bimal Sahu, a strong supporter of Vision Zero, who realised this project in close collaboration with Mr. Samsundat Kataria of ESIC Govt. of India and the designers from Pati Graphics.

The Vision Zero Indicator Project team has completed its work and presented a draft report on a set of proactive leading indicators useful for organizations and companies committed to Vision Zero.

The International ORP Foundation in cooperation with the Vision Zero Business Council has hosted a series of three Vision Zero Webinars. The  webinars have shown how important a participatory approach to safety and health at work really is during the COVID-19 pandemic. The three webinars are available on YouTube:

Our Vision Zero Partner IDEC in Japan has developed this interesting tool to manage wellbeing in times of COVID-19. We embrace this wonderful initiative!
Safety, health and wellbeing are important values of the Vision Zero Community. This applies even more so during the COVID-19 outbreak.

The Centre for the Improvement of Working Conditions and Environment (CIWCE) has developed an educational Video on Corona prevention and Vision Zero.The two main characters “Billoo & Dhillo” were developed in cooperation with a Project GIZ - German Cooperation Project, financed by the German Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) with Pakistan.

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The Corona outbreak makes us face a new challenge at the workplace. The seven Golden Rules provide useful guidance to address occupational risks at work, which should not be neglected. Vision Zero, promotes a participatory approach amongst employers and workers at the workplace. The Corona crisis shows again how important it is to work together and act responsibly.

In times of Corona, Vision Zero companies and Partners all over the world are now taking measures linked to the Seven Golden Rules. The rules do not only apply to occupational safety, but also to occupational health. This short article describes how the 7 Golden rules are relevant to the risk of a Corona infection at work.

The Vision Zero community in India is growing steadily. In India, almost 200 companies and organizations have already joined as Vision Zero partners.