FIOH focuses its research activities

Share:
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on whatsapp
WhatsApp
Share on skype
Skype
Share on email
Email
Share on print
Print

The majority of the research activity in the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health (FIOH) has been focused on the following areas holding high societal importance nationally:

1) work ability and working careers,

2) digitalization,

3) SMEs and growth, and

4) transforming occupational health services.

In addition, some research will be conducted regarding occupational medicine, risks in the physical work environment, solutions for occupational safety, and work spaces, in order to maintain and develop services in these areas.

 

Related news

Newsletter

Subscribe for the newsletter and stay up-to-date
Country:

Interested in our Thematic Newsletters? Thematic newsletters are created by combining several news posts written by our PEROSH members, containing information on one specific topic. These newsletters are sent to those who have subscribed for the PEROSH newsletters.

About PEROSH

PEROSH comprises 14 Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) institutes

The PEROSH partners aim to coordinate and cooperate on European research and development efforts in occupational safety and health.

PEROSH board members

Newsletter

Subscribe for the newsletter and stay up-to-date
Country:

Interested in our Thematic Newsletters? Thematic newsletters are created by combining several news posts written by our PEROSH members, containing information on one specific topic. These newsletters are sent to those who have subscribed for the PEROSH newsletters.