This is how we develop well-being and safety at work

We at the Centre for Occupational Safety work towards better working life by focusing on occupational health and safety and well-being at work. In practice, we organize training, produce publications and videos, provide concrete tools for the development of workplaces, and maintain a register of occupational safety personnel.

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Values: expertise, reliability, renewal and service

The tasks of the Centre for Occupational Safety are many and varied, but one thing unites them at all times: the development of working life through workplaces. In practice, we promote the cooperation between labour market organizations and work community parties and cooperate with communities active in the field. We also produce and convey information and skills that are vital for development. We offer training, development tools and consultation.

Registers for occupational safety personnel and people with cards

We maintain the occupational safety personnel register created by the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health. We register people who have completed the training for the Occupational Safety Card the and Well-being at Work Card. We also organize the training for the card instructors and handle the production and maintenance of the training material

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