On 11 May 2023, the 16th edition of the Occupational Health & Safety Forum took place in the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce with more than 300 participants.
While the morning session focused on topics such as the implementation of Vision Zero at national level, future Vision Zero projects and how to deal with near misses, the afternoon of the event was dedicated to three different technical sessions: safe working on construction sites and at height, safe working in agriculture and prevention/current challenges in the energy sector.
The Vision Zero strategy helps drive global efforts to promote a safe and healthy working environment. Every worker has a right to return home safe and healthy. Occupational safety and health is a fundamental principle and right.
The World Day for Safety and Health at Work on 28 April 2023 marks the milestone that the International Labour Conference decided to include “a safe and healthy working environment” in the International Labour Organization’s (ILO) framework of fundamental principles and rights at work.
The guide Beurteilung psychischer Belastungen im internationalen Umfeld (Assessment of mental stress in an international environment) was published by the International SOS Foundation in German only. It is helping to assess mental stress in the international Environment and refers in its assessment toolkit to the Vision Zero principles.
You can download the guide form the website of the International SOS Foundation.
En vue de présenter l’intérêt que revêt l’approche Vision zéro pour la compétitivité et la croissance des entreprises, l'Institution de prévoyance sociale - Caisse nationale de prévoyance sociale de Côte d'Ivoire (CNPS) a organisé, le mardi 29 novembre 2022, un atelier des dirigeants d’entreprises sur le thème «Leadership en santé et sécurité au travail basé sur l’approche Vision Zero: quels bénéfices pour la compétitivité et la croissance des entreprises engagées?»