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ISSA Academy workshop: Prevention of occupational risks

23 – 25 April 2019 Amman, Jordan

Do you work in a social security institution in the field of prevention of occupational risks? Do you want to innovate, design and apply prevention strategies?

To exchange experiences and solutions on these important issues, join this ISSA Academy workshop and tap into the expertise of the ISSA and its member organizations.

ISSA Guidelines: Prevention of Occupational Risks.

Region: Open primarily to ISSA member organizations in the Arabic speaking countries.

Language: Arabic.

Who can participate:
Senior managers, programme managers and senior experts from ISSA member organizations that are involved in or are planning to set up a programme on prevention of occupational risks.

What are the goals of the workshop?
This workshop provides practical hands-on support for professionals of social security administrations related to prevention of occupational risks.

Using the ISSA Guidelines on Prevention of Occupational Risks as reference and under the supervision of an accredited expert, this workshop aims to promote good practices in this area. This workshop will support institutions in their prevention procedures. Participants will have the opportunity to share their knowledge and experiences for two days and half.

In collaboration with colleagues from different institutions in different countries, you are exploring solutions and strategies on prevention of occupational risks.

How to participate:
When you register, you will be asked to fill out the online form “Issues to be addressed”. In this form, you are asked to write down the challenges you and your organization are facing related to prevention of occupational risks. The content of the workshop will be shaped by the issues the participants provide.

During the workshop, the participants will develop key takeaway messages together with possible strategies. This approach enables the participants to develop ideas and measures to respond to the challenges outlined in their “Issues to be addressed” form.

Each member organization may send no more than two participants to the workshop. A workshop needs a minimum of 12 participants and will accommodate no more than 18 participants.

THERE IS NO FEE FOR PARTICIPATING IN THE WORKSHOP.

ISSA Academy workshops are open to all member institutions without a registration fee. In accordance with the Association's practice, travel, accommodation and meals of participants are to be covered by their respective institutions.


ISSA Guidelines on Prevention of Occupational Risks

The ISSA Guidelines on Prevention of Occupational Risks address occupational risks that are insured by social security institutions working on reducing occupational accidents and diseases. The Guidelines provide guidance on how social security institutions can develop, promote and conduct prevention activities with a view to reducing the number of work-related accidents and diseases and related compensation claims. The Guidelines offer social security institutions a comprehensive set of prevention concepts and tools to build up prevention capacities, infrastructures, programmes and activities, taking into account their specific national and institutional circumstances.

The ISSA Academy

The ISSA Academy offers the member institutions capacity building and development opportunities for their professionals based on the ISSA Guidelines. The ISSA Guidelines are professional standards for social security administrations on 12 core areas in social security administration.

The ISSA Academy aims to improve and innovate the performance of the member institutions by using the ISSA Guidelines as references to benchmark their systems, methods and practices. 

The ISSA Academy consists of workshops, diploma training courses and tailor-made courses, all based on the ISSA Guidelines.

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