A big thanks goes to our Vision Zero Partners from Mutual de Seguridad CChC (Mutual for Safety CChC) for having updated the Vision Zero App.
The app offers interactive checklists, analyses the results and gives an overview of the current status while showing the need for action on the operational level.
The Pakistani province of Punjab is making ambitious steps to promote safety, health and well-being at work. One its ministers recently became a Vision Zero Ambassador, and an awareness raising campaign is being built up, including the launch of the Vision Zero brochure in the Urdu language.
Vision Zero was launched at the World Congress on Safety and Health at Work in Singapore, two years ago. Next year, Vision Zero will return to the World Congress in Toronto, Canada. It will be an occasion to look at the tremendous successes in building up the campaign, and to look at what the next steps will be in order to make Vision Zero a reality.
Vision Zero company SRV Rakennus Oy, a well-established construction company in Finland, is implementing Vision Zero with the three pillars of safety, health and well-being at work. During the Vision Zero Summit in Helsinki, organized by the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health (FIOH), a site visit was organized to the Hus Bridge Hospital Construction Project of SRV.
One of the highlights of the recent Vision Zero Summit in Helsinki, Finland, was the launch of a new Global Coalition for Occupational Safety and Health (OSH). The Summit was also a key moment to reflect on successes to date, and outlining a strategy for the future.
The Vision Zero approach was on the agenda during an international meeting on safety for European arborists, which took place in Badalona, Spain, 20-22 November 2019.