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AGROSH+

EU Erasmus+  AGROSH+

Program: Erasmus+
Title of the project: “OSH+ for the European Agriculture sector - Stimulating growth in rural areas through capacity building for providers (and beneficiaries) of occupational medicine and OSH services”
Acronym: AGROSH+
Action / Subprogram: Key Action 2 - Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices / Strategic Partnerships for vocational education and training
Contract no: Agreement 2016-1-RO01-KA202-024790
Duration: September 1st 2016 to August 31st 2018 (24 months)


Partnership:

  • ROMTENS Foundation, Romania - Bucharest (coordinator)
  • PROLEPSIS - Institute of Preventive Medicine Environmental and Occupational Health, Greece - Athens
  • FCBZR - Foundation "Center for Safety and Health at Work“, Bulgaria - Sofia
  • UMFVBT - Victor BabeĊŸ University of Medicine and Pharmacy Timisoara, Romania - Timisoara
  • WRC - Work Research Centre Ireland Ltd, Ireland - Dublin

The project is addressing the domains of Occupational Safety and Health and Occupational Medicine by particularizing them to the sector of agriculture.

According to 2012 data of EUROSTAT/ESAW for EU-28, agriculture occupies the 4th place (out of 22 NACE categories analyzed) in terms of number of both non-fatal and fatal accidents. In the same time statistics for occupational diseases are showing a fairly similar situation, agriculture is the 4th responsible sector work-related producing sick leaves in EU-28 (EUROSTAT/ESAW).

Therefore, the general objective of the project is to enhance the knowledge and expertise of those OSH experts (safety engineers and occupational physicians) who are in charge with providing OSH services (occupational safety & occupational medicine services) to enterprises working within the agriculture sector (multiple sub-sectors comprised).

For more information, please visit the project website: www.agrosh.ro

 

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