Best practices in age management embrace organizational level actions, such as age-friendly HR-policy together with individual level career management approach, e.g. enhancing employees’ preparedness to manage their own career...
Musculoskeletal disorders such as back and neck-shoulder pain is a major problem in the working environment and is associated with reduced work ability and sickness absence. Physical exercise at the workplace..
Self-reported assessments of physical demands are mainly too vague. It is often necessary to improve precision. This course presents technical methods for assessment of physical activities and bodily postures.
Occupational Respiratory Diseases – Prevention and Risk Factors Occupational respiratory diseases (asthma, chronic obstructive lung disease, different pulmonary fibrosis and rhinitis) are still important and prevalent occupationally caused diseases. Prevention…
Effectiveness of Occupational Health and Safety Enforcement Tools for Preventing Occupational Hazards and Diseases - The rates of occupational injuries and work-related diseases are still unacceptably high worldwide.
This course looks into cognitive and other aspects of the digitalization of work with specific focus on the roles of labour inspection services and employers in contributing to sound work environments.
Psychosocial Occupational Epidemiology This course introduces participants to the concept, methodology, application and challenges of psychosocial epidemiology in general and psychosocial occupational epidemiology in particular. We will address psychological, social,…
Economic considerations are of major importance to decision makers when making decisions about the content and scope of OSH activities, both at the workplace and national levels. Consequently, there is great value in having up to date knowledge on recent evidence in the area and on practical methods to conduct and evaluate economic analyses in this context.
The course focuses on the multi-component factors and conditions of importance for a sustainable leadership, from a system perspective (individual – group – work-place – organization – society). In these aspects, the course focuses especially on..
Work disability occurs when a worker is impaired in performing his or her job. Work disability is expressed by continuing working but performing less or by reporting sick. This course presents “The Best Of” the highly valued 3-year course on Work Disability Prevention.
The critical questions at workplaces realizing the importance of human resources for successful business are related to enhancing utilization of human potential. How to develop workplaces, work tasks and social relationships at work to provide people with best opportunities for self-fulfillment, growth and good performance?
This international course focuses on new approaches for knowledge transfer, exchange and dissemination between researchers and practitioners in OHS. The course will introduce new methods and approaches on how to increase the value and use of OHS research for end users.
The aim of the course is to provide the participants with detailed up-to-date knowledge of practical importance for clinical diagnostics, therapeutics, and prevention of occupational skin diseases. The course will cover..