Reference number: 2011-1-TR1-LEO04-24227 2


Partner Organisations

  • Why is the Project needed:
    As a result of occupational accidents and diseases, employers, employees and their families can face irretrievable losses, and employers and governments also face monetary loss due to the insurances and temporary or permanent disability allowances paid to the victims or their families. In order to overcome this situation or making it less and less, the project ‘Co-SAFE’ will focus on raising awareness and knowledge of target group such as administrators, trainers, trainees and teachers who are concerned with this field.
  • Project main aim:
    Occupational Health and Safety knowledge of the employees is as important as the skills which are necessary to get a place in labour market. For this reason, the project ‘Co-SAFE’ will focus on raising awareness and knowledge of target group such as administrators, trainers, trainees and teachers who are concerned with this field. Therefore, our aim is to seek wider collaboration with all related institutions and cascade methodology effect which is always aimed of the wider usage of the results and stringer benefit.
  • Specific objectives:
    • Comparing standards and procedures of Occupational Health and Safety rules and implementation at VET schools and institutions in the partner countries
    • Increasing the awareness of related people on OHS policies at European level
    • Becoming acquainted with new working methods and  implementations
    • Comparing vocational educational systems and elaborating materials concerning this topic,
    • Getting to know the culture and customs of partner countries and promoting LLP and LDV
  • Work programme
    • Aug-Sep 2011: Organizing the participating teams in the project
    • Oct 2011: Kick off meeting in Lithuania
    • Oct-Nov 2011: Surveys on OHS to determine the previous knowledge and experiences
    • Nov-Dec 2011: Regional or local Workshops realized by each partner institution
    • Jan 2012: Organizing Safety teams at partner institution (all partner schools)
    • Jan-Apr 2012: Working on structure, design and contents of the guideline and booklet
    • May 2012: Visit to Germany for examining and evaluating OHS policies and implementations 
    • Apr-Jun 2012: Info meeting for students and competition among students on creating of visuals for visual areas at partner institutions (all partner schools)
    • Jun-Sep 2012: Regional workshops “Comparison of implementation of safety policy” realized by each partner
    • Sep 2012: Visit to The Netherlands to examine national OHS policies
    • Sep 2012: Preparation of research, layout and output for best practice examples
    • Oct-Dec 2012: Collecting best practice examples, exchange of experiences
    • Jan-Mar 2013: Evaluation about strength and weaknesses of implementation of safety policies in the different educational systems
    • Feb 2013: Visit to Slovakia for examining and evaluation OHS policies and implementations
    • Jan-Apr 2013: Preparation of multimedia files for online platform, the web sites of partner institutions and translation of the booklet and other relevant outputs
    • Feb 2013: Setting up visual areas at partner schools
    • Jan-May 2013: Preparation of the international conference about OHS and safety policy
    • May 2013: Closing meeting in Turkey and revision of all outputs & International Conference in Turkey about the results and outputs of the project
    • May-Jul 2013:Publication of project outputs and dissemination activities
    • Jun-Jul 2013:Reporting
  • Outcomes
    • A guideline of training on OHS considering the EU standards, a report for decision makers, a booklet for VET administrators and trainers, and visual material for students about possible OHS accidents and diseases. All products and activities will be presented in special album documenting the project course. What is more, the effects of our cooperation will be edited and published in English and also in partners’ national languages in forms of brochures, project platform and multimedia files. LDV programme will also be promoted among local community using media and other dissemination and exploitation ways.
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  • Kick-off meeting, 7-10.10.2011, Trakay, LITHUANIA
  • Project meeting, 4-11.03.2012, Arezzo, ITALY
  • Project meeting, 13-16.09.2012, Assen, NETHERLANDS
    • Agenda
    • Presentations
    • Photo gallery
  • Kick-off meeting CINOP, 13.10.2011, Breukelen, NETHERLANDS



This project has been funded with support from the European Commission, The Lifelong Learning Programme 2007-2013, Leonardo da Vinci sectorial Programme.