Programme - Wednesday 13 November

Programme may be subject to change

8:30 Coffee

Room Bysa 1-2

9:00
Building organizational and employee resilience for severe disruptions
Sanna Malinen, Associate Professor, University of Canterbury

9:30
Turning the tables – learning from success instead of failure
Mikko Välimaa, Global Director, Health and Safety, Konecranes

10:00
Integrating workplace safety, health and well-being into business strategies
Pete Kines, Senior Researcher, Danish National Research Centre for the Working Environment
Gerard Zwetsloot, Researcher and Consultant, Gerard Zwetsloot Research & Consultancy

10:30 Coffee break

11:00

Session 2A: Vision Zero Fund: Shared responsibility for safer supply chains
Room Bysa 1-2

Session 2B: Organizational learning
Room Bysa 3

Session 2A: Vision Zero Fund: Shared responsibility for safer supply chains

Chair: Ockert Dupper, Global Programme Manager, Vision Zero Fund, International Labour Organization (ILO)

The Vision Zero Fund (VZF), an initiative of the G7, and endorsed by the G20, aims to contribute to the achievement of zero severe fatal work-related accidents, injuries and diseases in global supply chains (GSCs). The International Labour Organization (ILO) administers the Fund.

VZF is currently implementing projects in seven countries spread across three continents (Mexico, Colombia, Honduras, Madagascar, Ethiopia, Myanmar, and Lao PDR) and in two GSCs, namely garment/textiles and agriculture.

This Session is devoted to a discussion of significant Vision Zero Fund achievements at global and country level, and to look ahead to its future plans.

Speakers

Ockert Dupper, Global Programme Manager, Vision Zero Fund, International Labour Organization (ILO)

Mariana Infante, Senior Technical Officer, Vision Zero Fund Myanmar

Evans Lwanga, Project Manager, Vision Zero Fund Ethiopia

Q&A and general discussion

Session 2B:  Organizational learning

Chair: Anna-Maria Teperi, Chief Researcher, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health

From Vision Zero rethinking to OSH management system development: The experience at large potash mining company PJSC “Urakali”
Grigory Fainburg, Director, Institute for Safety & Health at Perm National Research Polytechnic University

Aiming for Zero Harm at Construction – Aligning Safety and Health Strategy & Operations
Antti Leino, Safety Manager, Head of H&S Function, Skanska Finland

Workplace Health Promotion for work and community wellbeing. The development of a project in an Italian pediatric hospital
Maria Rosario Vinci, Head of Health Promotion Service of Occupational Medicine Unit, Bambino Gesù Children’s Hospital

Safety Guide Book – Challenges to disseminate new safety concept to Japanese manufacturing industry
Saori Taketa,  Vice Chairman of Control Safety Committee, Nippon Electric Control Equipment Industries Association (NECA)

One worker injured at work several times – is this an accident or a system?
Ivars Vanadziņš, Director, Institute of Occupational safety and Environmental health, Riga Stradins University

Do investments in gender equality create a safer workplace? A case study within the construction sector
Maria Lindholm, Researcher, University of Oulu

12:40 Lunch

13:50

Session 3A : Communicating safety Room Bysa 1-2
Session 3B: Safety by training Room Bysa 3

Session 3A: Communicating safety

Chair: Tiina-Mari Monni, Product Manager, Leader of the Vision Zero Forum Finland, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health

From Zero Accidents to Vision Zero – A Story of Evolution
Maija-Leena Merivirta, Senior Specialist, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health

The German Campaign kommmitmensch – an effective tool to realize Vision Zero
Sabine Herbst, Deputy Leader, German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV)

An Approach toward Safety by a Japanese Company—Vision Zero Activity, ISO 45001 Certification, and Effort toward Ensuring the Safety of Machineries and Developing Human Resources with Safety Expertise
Masao Dohi, General Manager, IDEC Corporation

LIFE – I Care, developing safety culture
Taru Lankinen, Project Manager, Skanska Finland

Using Digital and Social Media in Occupational Safety and Health
Sven Timm, Head of Section, German Social Accident Insurance DGUV, Germany

Italia Loves Sicurezza – A movement of citizens and professionals that made a revolution in the way H&S is communicated and perceived.
Davide Scotti, Head of HSE Culture, Communication and Training, LHS Foundation – Saipem

Session 3B: Safety by training

Chair: Lester Claravall, Child Labor Program Administrator, Oklahoma Department of Labor

Integration of workplace safety training into the schools through curriculum policy
Lester Claravall, Child Labor Program Administrator, Oklahoma Department of Labor

Vision Zero Journey of Indo-German Focal Point for India
Bimal Kanti Sahu, Head of Indo-German Focal Point for India

Necessity of qualified human resources in safety in the fourth industrial revolution period: Japanese approach and current status of Safety Assessor Qualification System and its expansion into the fields of robotics, corporate management, and collaborative safety
Toshihiro Fujita, Vice Chairman, Chairman of Control Safety Committee, Nippon Electric Control Equipment Industries Association (NECA)

Immersifying workplace safety with virtual reality
Kristian Lukander, Research Engineer, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health

Case Logisafe: Digital feedback and learning systems for in-house logistics – New opportunities for safety promotion, lessons learned
Pia Perttula, Specialist Research Scientist, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health

15:30 Coffee break

16:00
Vision Zero – from Vision to Strategy
Bernd Treichel, Senior Specialist in Prevention, International Social Security Association ISSA

16:30
Using the 7 Golden Rules of Vision Zero as smart tool for Business Managers
Ehi Iden, Coordinator OSHAfrica, CEO OHSM Nigeria

17.00
End of conference day

19:00 – 22:00
Casual networking dinner at nearby Restaurant Kiltakellari

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