How can prevention services be carried out in an effective, efficient and successful manner, given the limited resources that social security institutions may have to face in the area of prevention? Join the Academy workshop and explore options and strategies tailored to your organization.
ISSA Guidelines: Prevention of Occupational Risks
Region: Open primarily to ISSA member organizations of the Asia and the Pacific region
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.
How to participate:
Your organization should have started to implement the ISSA Guidelines on Prevention of Occupational Risks. To tailor the workshop to what you and your organization need, please submit a statement of purpose endorsed by your organization, using the online form provided by the ISSA.
How many can participate:
A member organization may send no more than two participants to a workshop. A workshop needs a minimum of 12 participants and will accommodate no more than 18 in order to have sufficient depth, diversity and time for exchange.
Why Academy workshops are different:
The content of the workshop is shaped by the challenges in the statements of purpose of the participants. The workshop will focus on learning and identifying options and alternative strategies by means of moderated exchanges as well as targeted inputs by a high-level ISSA accredited expert. As a concrete outcome of the workshop, participants will prepare a work plan outlining actions and steps for consideration upon their return to their institution.
Is there a fee for participating in ISSA Academy workshops?
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. 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 provides practical training and hands-on support for social security administrations. The ISSA Academy workshops are a key element of the member support offered by the ISSA Centre for Excellence in Social Security Administration.