According to the International Agency for Research on Cancer 's estimates, there are over 400 potentially cancerogenic substances and around 4% of the deaths are due to professional exposure in developed countries. In order to safeguard workers 'health these substances should be repla
This training conference aims to familiarise delegates with the threat of carcinogenic substances in the workplace. Attendees are taught how to assess risk, report exposure, and how to select sources when searching for more information or training on the topic.
The aim of this seminar is to discuss general and specific topics relating to matters of OSH and the management of dangerous substances. Speakers primarily focus on the prevention and management of dangerous substances.
This workshop aims to raise awareness of the legislative framework regarding the management of dangerous substances among the representatives of industry enterprises that are responsible for ensuring compliance with chemicals legislation.
Exposures to dangerous substances are more common than most people realise, and in fact may occur in almost all workplaces. Dangerous substances at work can provoke an abundance of health problems, diseases and pose safety risks.
This round table brings together representatives of the National labour inspectorate (NIP), Confederation of Trade Unions SR and Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) representatives specialised in media to discuss new approaches to communicating about OSH related-matters, including the management
This seminar is a continuation of last year’s Healthy Workplaces Manage Dangerous Substances launch event. Participants receive more in-depth information as well as practical examples on how to identify and address potential health risks from chemicals in the workplace.
This conference discusses police work in Slovenia and other EU countries and raises awareness of the importance of health and safety when police officers are exposed to dangerous substances.
This seminar aims to raise awareness of the dangers that workers in the agriculture sector face when dealing with chemicals. Speakers also share measures that aim to successfully manage risks and establish a prevention culture.