Programme – Tuesday 12 November

Programme may be subject to change

Opening of the Summit
Antti Koivula, Director General, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health

Government greeting

Launch of Global Coalition for safety and health at work
Speakers to be announced

Rethinking Zero – Enabling excellence in workplace safety
Andrew Sharman, CEO, RMS Switzerland

11:00 Break

Human factors as a philosophy and practice to renew Vision Zero
Anna-Maria Teperi, Chief Researcher, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health

Interactive discussion with panel and audience: Rethinking Vision Zero

12:30 Lunch

Session 1A: Rethinking Vision Zero,
Session 1B: Supporting Human performance

Session 1A: Rethinking Vision Zero

Vision Zero, Japan’s Zero Accident Activity and New Japan’s OSHMS
Takeo Hayaki, Director, OSHMS Center, Japan Industrial Safety and Health Association (JISHA);
Director, Labour Office, Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare

Return to good health & work programme – A Case of the Workers’ Compensation Fund Control Board Zambia
Chansa Kapema, Manager – Rehabilitation, Occupational Health & Safety, Workers’ Compensation Fund Control Board

5 Zeros assessment and certification programme
Hans-Horst Konkolewsky, President, International ORP Foundation

Contradictory views of Vision Zero – How to utilize them
Timo Kronlöf, Head of Business Development, Quentic

How to support peer well-being and growth, when you don’t have managers
Kirsi Mikkonen, Senior Lean-Agile Coach, Nitor

Zero Harm and Vision Zero in local, national, European and global context
Jukka Takala, President, International Commission on Occupational Health ICOH

Session 1B: Supporting Human performance

Motivation and committment to safety: help for persons living with disability
Olajumoke Boyejo, Lagos State University University

Vision Zero in Transportation: Possible or Imagination?
Christian Felten, Head of the Occupational Health and Vision Zero Department, BG Verkehr; Germany Secretary General, Section on Prevention in Transportation, ISSA

Application of Behavior Analysis to Safety Management – For a Quantitative Evaluation of Risk Assessment
Rieko Hojo, Senior Researcher, National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health Japan (JNIOSH)

OSH literacy – An essential life-skill literacy
David Magee, Founder, OSH literacy

Psychological Safety as an Asset in Work Teams – Comparative Case Study of Two Finnish Work Teams
Maria Ruokonen, Programme Coordinator, Tampere University

Revisiting the Psychosocial Risk Assessment – Challenges, Hurdles, and Coping Strategies from Business Practice
Nicole Scheibner, Managing Director, EO Institut

15:30 Refreshments

Safety leadership in action
Merja Partio, OSH Director, UPM-Kymmene

Speaker to be announced

After work networking at venue

End of conference day