OHS International Networking

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Arctic network for research and education in fisheries and seafood processing occupational health and safety

Fishing boats moored in a Newfoundland outport
View of Tromsø across the sound to the Arctic Cathedral and Mount Tromsdalstind.

Blue Jeans Meeting Thursday, August 16th 2018[edit]

Agenda:

  1. Introductions
  2. The broad mandate/objectives of the network and its relationship to other activities (see below from Anje Christina Hoper information about another Arctic network underdevelopment with a broader OHS focus:
  3. “In 2017, Hannu Rintamäki from the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health (FIOH) started "ANOHS - Arctic network of occupational health and safety". They got some start-up money via the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health in Finland and are working on a proposal to the Arctic Council for continuation. So far, they have had one skype meeting with the network. Sirkka Rissanen and Kirsi Jussila (on the distribution list) are the ones responsible for ANOHS at FIOH. You can read some more about ANOHS at: FiO Network-covering the arctic-countries
  4. Scope- will we include OHS law and governance?
  5. ICOH Seafood harvesters and processing workers’ scientific group for research, information, teaching/training and policy.
  6. Next Steps
  7. AOP

Minutes meetings[edit]

Table participants 15 Sep 2018[edit]

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