OSH in the school curriculum: requirements and activities in the EU member states

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Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, Oct 30, 2009 - Education - 180 pages
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To underpin occupational safety and health (OSH) education in schools and colleges it is necessary to formalize it in curriculum requirements. This report reviews how the member states are including OSH and risk education in their national curricula. The report shows that there is considerable progress and activity in this respect at both primary and secondary education levels in terms of both implemented and planned actions in the member states. The report also identifies some success factors for mainstreaming OSH into education curricula.--Publisher's description.

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Contents

Health strategy and activities
28
Inclusion of health and safety in Member State education curricula
29
Austria
30
Belgium
34
Cyprus
39
Czech Republic
40
Denmark
44
Estonia
50
Luxembourg
88
Malta
89
The Netherlands
94
Poland
97
Portugal
101
Slovakia
103
Slovenia
107
Spain
108

France
59
Germany
61
Greece
64
Hungary
70
Ireland
73
Italy
81
Latvia
85
Lithuania
86
Sweden
111
UK
116
EU Networks 131
155
a Further information
156
Appendix 2 Overview of curriculum cases from Agency Mainstreaming OSH into
164
UK Department
170
UK National Healthy School Standard NHSS and safety education
177
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