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Networking & good practices

 

 Transnational seminar “Health and wellbeing prior and during change” accompanied with study visit of good practices was implemented in Newcastle, UK in April 2011. Experts, advisers, OSH/HW and HR managers from enterprises, trainers and social partners from all three partner countries were learning about good practices, models, frameworks, approaches that could be used in the event of restructuring and you can read more about this in this section of the web page.

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Also Guideline for employers and social partners, including tools and good practices to promote and introduce efficient health and wellbeing actions to prevent the negative impact of change in terms of health and psycho-social risks is available here.

The guide facilitates the understanding and implementation of healthier ways of enterprise restructuring by involving all social partners in the process of planning, implementing and evaluating. Guide is an useful tool for employers, managers, OSH/ health and wellbeing advisers, HR advisers as well as for employees representatives and employed themselves and presents a resource pack with possible preventive measures and useful tools to help avoiding or reducing the harmful consequences of restructuring on individual health. It is especially valuable for small and medium sized enterprises and is produced in partner’s country national languages (Slovenian, Croatian, English). You can also download it from this web page.

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In each partner country workshops were organisedin the September 2011 to discuss, promote and introduce efficient health and wellbeing actions to prevent the negative impact of change in terms of health and psycho-social risks. Experts, advisers, OSH and HR managers from enterprises, trainers, social partners and wider interested professional public were invited and participated on these workshops.

 

 

 

  

 
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