Austria – Reviewing the results of the Healthy Workplaces for All Ages campaign
This seminar, including a journalist and experts’ round table, looks in detail at the results of the Healthy Workplaces for All Ages campaign in Austria.
It aims to provide a comprehensive review of the overall campaign, with a focus on the importance of good management of an ageing workforce. Speakers from different European countries discuss milestones, possible improvements and compare OSH measures on an international level.
During the journalist and experts’ round table, the Federal Minister of Social Affairs summarises the campaign activities in Austria. In addition, two companies present their best practice measures that have helped ensure age-appropriate working conditions. Finally, participants take part in workshops to share their views on the topics Workplace Evaluation and Leading and Working Together with Different Generations.
- Alois Stöger, Minister of Social Affairs, Ministry of Social Affairs
- Martina Häckel-Bucher, National Focal Point Manager, Deputy Department Head, Ministry of Social Affairs
- Dr. Helmut Köberl, General Manager, General Accident Insurance Institution(AUVA)
- Anton Ofner, Chairman, Social Insurance for Occupational Risks
- Prof. Franz Kolland, University of Vienna
- Mag.a Marie Jelenko, Social Insurance for Occupations Risks
- Eva Schrott, Owner of the Bakery Schrott, Vienna
- Mag. Julia Steurer, Ministry of Social Affairs
- Mario Wintschnig, Head of Health and Age, Zumtobel Group AG, Vorarlberg
- Lise-Lotte Hamfelt, Swedish Work Environment Authority
- Jaana Vastamäki, Deputy Department Head, Ministry of Social Affairs Finland,
- Ingrid Vanhecke, Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment Netherlands, Workplace Health and Safety department
- Jos de Lange, Dutch Focal Point Manager, Work Health Technology Manager, TNO Innovation for Life
- Michael Niehaus, Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health in Germany (BAuA)
- Nathalie Henke, Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health in Germany (BAuA)