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Workshop: Do you want to evaluate your OSH impact? Come share with us!

XXI World Congress on Safety and Health at Work

INRS is organising this event.

Monday, 4 September 2017 from 8.45 am to 10.15 am
(No registration)
Begonia Jr 3112, 3rd level

Six OSH institutes, overseen by their senior management, decided to communicate more broadly on the added value of their organizations and on the positive societal impact of their actions by delineating their best practices in policy, strategy and program evaluation.

They have conducted a study on the best practices for OSH policy evaluation.

During this workshop, they will share with you how to conduct evaluation the tools and methodology involved and the purposes and benefits of evaluation.

Methodology, tools and benefits

Their common evaluation methodology approach examines the logic of the program and presents a set of questions to be addressed for judging its legitimacy.

Speakers will share with you how to build a logic model and use other tools that are helpful to conduct evaluation and the benefits you could get from evaluation.

Conditions for a successful process

Experts will give feedback on their own experience and best practices:

  • Type of organization to achieve success
  • Human and financial resources required
  • Planning
Speakers
  • Georg Effenberger - Marie Jelenko  –AUVA – Austria
  • John Piacentino - NIOSH–USA
  • Louis Lazure – IRSST – Quebec
  • Catherine Montagnon – INRS – France
  • Dr. Annekatrin Wetzstein - DGUV - Germany
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XXI World Congress on Safety and Health at Work

 

XXI World Congress on Safety and Health at Work

  • Date

    04/09/2017
  • Location

    Singapore
  • Organiser

    ISSA Research Section, AUVA, INRS, IRSST, NIOSH, DGUV
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  • Information

    Singapore - Marina Bay Sands, Begonia Jr 3112, 3rd level

    Languages: English
Last update on 08/08/2017