Programme – Tuesday 12 November

Programme may be subject to change

9:30
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

10:15
Rethinking Zero – Enabling excellence in workplace safety
Andrew Sharman, CEO, RMS Switzerland

11:00 Break

11:20
Human factors as a philosophy and practice to renew Vision Zero
Anna-Maria Teperi, Chief Researcher, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health

11:50
Interactive discussion with panel and audience: Rethinking Vision Zero

12:30 Lunch

13:50
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

16:00
Safety leadership in action
Merja Partio, OSH Director, UPM-Kymmene

16:30
Speaker to be announced

17:00
After work networking at venue

18:00
End of conference day