The year under review was good for the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health. We reached most of our substance- and quality-related goals. However, financial uncertainty cast its shadow, especially concerning research funding, and for this reason we reduced our investments and curbed our expenditures.
- It’s easy to say that the safety and well-being of workers comes first, but can you really see this in everyday work? @tpalanko ✍ lays down the cornerstones of #visionzero thinking in his blog text:
https://t.co/4BnIq33jYA | #visionzero19 #occupationalhealth #wellbeing #worklife https://t.co/eH0a1XeWcd
- Boosting our Well-being through work strategy and reinforcing the foundations of our research by appointing new research professors were among the key developments of 2018.
We also successfully launched our new web-based learning products into the market. https://t.co/TisBdj1Ty1
- The OTE project aimed to improve the labour market opportunities of people with impaired capacity for work (around 600 000 people of 1.9 m working age population) by supporting them in continuing their work or finding new employment more easily than before.https://t.co/YGFclWgEEN
- Sitting for long periods of time is a health risk. A Finnish Institute of Occupational Health study shows that the use of a break exercise app reduced sedentary time at work of office workers and increased their light physical activity: https://t.co/cFBHfs9Q8G |👩@anne_punakallio