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13 06 2022

EU-OSHA Exchange of good practices in OSH (Brussels)

  • Fecha de inicio13 junio
  • Fecha de finalización14 junio
  • LugarBruselas
  • OrganizadorEU-OSHA

Descripción del evento

La Agencia Europea de Seguridad y Salud en el Trabajo EU-OSHA ha organizado una importante Jornada sobre Buenas prácticas en SST y las visiones de los miembros del Steering Committee para la Campaña de Puestos de Trabajo Saludables.

El Secretarío de PESI Javier Larrañeta, al igual que Iberdrola pertenecen a este importante comité de la EU-OSHA.

El Comisario Europeo Dr Nicolas Schmit, asiste para saludar personalmente a los participantes de las Jornadas, y mantendrá una breve charla con el Secretario de PESI sobre apoyo a la I+D+i en SST desde el programa europeo Horizonte Europa.

PESI expondrá la visión estratégica de la Digitalización en la SST de las Empresas dentro de las Jornadas de la Agencia Europea, iniciativa liderada por el Secretario Javier Larrañeta y con la participación activa de cerca de 30 expertos de grandes empresas, consultoras y SPA. Ver en Anexo-4 la presentación de PESI.

 

Además el Socio de PESI CTAIMA expondrá como ejemplo las actividades en PRL y Seguridad con Empresas y PYMEs en relación a la Digitalización. Susana Romero será su representante (ver presentación adjunta, en Anexo-3).

 

Para participar de las Jornadas ponganse en contacto con la Secretaría Técnica de PESI (secretario-tecnico@pesi-seguridadindustrial.org )

Adjuntamos Programa provisional de las Jornadas.

Mesa dirigida por PESI: Workshop 3: Digitalisation and occupational safety and health (OSH)

Digitalisation is nowadays one of the most relevant challenges in modern industry and organisations due to the introduction of the advanced ICT and Key Enabling Technologies (KET). Even more the European Commission has deployed a formal approach where worker becomes a central element in the Industry 5.0 paradigm. OSH corporate departments, external consultancy firms and safety professional must deal with the introduction of such technologies and new digital processes (automation and corobots safety, workers skills, psychosocial and other new risks, etc.) that affect all OSH strategies and plans so as the OSH function itself. Digitalisation processes should be designed with the active participation of OSH specialist that could ensure all Safety and Health issues (OSH by design). Furthermore, digitalisation offers huge opportunities to OSH function by developing new personalised systems and tools (advanced information systems supported on bigdata and artificial intelligence, better communication & tools to build safety culture and workers engagement, advanced training/awareness, accidentality prediction & early warning systems… and many more). And that means that OSH professional would need additional knowledge and new skills to face this shift towards (digitalised) smart and safer working environments. During the workshop we will introduce a draft systemic approach to set a suitable vision on OSH & Digitalisation inside companies, the new role of OSH function and specialists, the short-term and long term goals and benefits, and identify the various barriers to face with in such process. Examples of good practices in a pair of European big companies and from a OSH services to SMEs will help to complete this practical view. Proposed programme for the workshop:

1. Welcome and Intro from Moderator, Jose-Javier Larrañeta: A Strategic Vision on Digitalisation & OSH and a practical approach to deployment (goals, benefits, role of OSH specialists, and barriers)

2. Best practices to promote Health and Safety at work in SMEs through digitalisation, Susana Romero (CTAIMA, AEPSAL)

3. Virtual Reality as tool for safety trainings, Dr. Hansjörg Hagels, (Boehringer-Ingelheim)

4. Good practice of OSH and Digitalisation in Siemens, Ms Andresa Hernandes

 

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