Programme – Thursday 14 November

9:00
Session 3A: Future of work
Session 3B: New way of safety data analysis

Session 3A: Future of work

Work to Zero – Eliminating Death on the Job through Technology
John Dony, Director, National Safety Council

The Way we work has changed – Now let’s catch up for WHS
Jillian Hamilton, Managing Director, Manage Damage

Employee monitoring – does the end justify the means?
Hannu Kasanen, Director, Cyber Risk, Deloitte
Asko Kauppinen, HR Transformation Leader, Deloitte

OSH Vision Zero in the context of a new integrated approach for Industrial Safety and Risk Management in the Industry 4.0
Javier Larrañeta, Secretary General, Spanish Technology Platform on Industrial Safety & Security PESI

Nordic aspects to future forms of work
Päivi Mattila-Wiro, Director, Ministry of social affairs and health, Finland

Dutch OSH Agenda 2050: a national resilience strategy?
Viola Van Guldener, Program Manager Safety, Culture & Human factors, National Institute for Public Health and Environment (RIVM), Netherlands

Session 3B: New way of safety data analysis

A Data Driven Approach to Improving Global Health and Safety Performance
Helen Balmforth, Head of Data Analytics, Health and Safety Executive Great Britain

Decoding Heartbeat Data for Better Health and Performance
Ilkka Korhonen, CTO, Firstbeat Technologies Oy

Introduction of safety 2.0 and implementation of Shimizu Smart Tunnel system to increase productivity and safety
Takashi Kawata, Managing Executive Officer and Director of Civil Engineering Technology Division of Shimizu Corporation; Institute of Global Safety Promotion (IGSAP)

Occupational accidents in delivery transportations – Findings based on a merger and analysis of two Swedish databases
Arto Reiman, Research team leader, University of Oulu

Zero Accidents in the Construction Industry 2020 – How do the results appear in the safety level of the building construction industry in Finland?
Tuula Räsänen, Senior Specialist, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health

Safeguarding Supportive System (SSS) for residual risks in Integrated Manufacturing System (IMS)
Shoken Shimizu, Executive Researcher, National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health Japan (JNIOSH)

How close are we to zero fatal workplace accidents?
Otto Veijola, Safety Specialist, Head of accident investigation, Workers’ compensation Center

10:40 Break

11:00
Promotion of the Future Safety Concept in Japan
Masao Mukaidono, Chairman, Institute of Global Safety Promotion (IGSAP)

11:30
Speaker to be announced

12:00
The way forward

Joachim Breuer, President, International Social Security Association ISSA

Tommi Alanko, Director, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health

Vision Zero colleagues

12:30 Lunch

13:30
Workplace tour to one of the Finnish Vision Zero Forum member organizations. Read more

Tour 1: Helen – Vuosaari power plants
Tour 2: Helsinki Central Library Oodi
Tour 3: SRV – HUS Bridge Hospital construction site
Tour 4: VR – Ilmala railway depot

16:30
Back at hotel Clarion. End of conference