Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Organized in collaboration with the ISSA sections:
° Metal Industry
° Machine and System Safety
H.-J. Bischoff, ISSA Section on Machine and System Safety,Mannheim, Germany
Ch. Schenk, AUVA, Vienna, Austria
In collaboration with
A. Causevic, AUVA, Vienna
B. Huber, AUVA, Vienna
M. Brand, Consultancy/Coaching, Maria Enzersdorf, Austria
Isabella Richtar, Puls 4
Simultaneous interpretation German – English
What can you expect?
The international seminar will remain faithful to its tradition of interaction in relation to the involvement of the participants and will offer new didactic possibilities. The technical experts will not „only“ give a lecture on the individual topics, but they will be also integrated into an overall choreography using innovative methods. Let yourself be surprised! Use the opportunity and participate in our raffle!
11.00–12.30 Session 1:
What is actually meant by the term „risk“, what are the parameters that increase a risk? What about our personal risk assessment, do we always assess risk correctly? What do you need to know in order to reliably assess a certain risk? If you are interested in these topics, you are in the right session. Together with our experts, we will approach the concept of risk and also learn about new approaches to risk assessment other than the familiar ones and also „try out“ one or two examples.
Possibilities, limits and nonsense of risk assessment
M. Müller, German Lufthansa AG, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Application and methods of risk assessment
K. Rabald, Employers‘ Liability Insurance Association for Raw Materials and Chemical Industry, Hamburg, Germany
How we subjectively – sometimes even wrongly – assess risk.
M. Wittlich, Instiute for Occupational Safety (IFA) DGUV, Saint Augustin, Germany
12.30 – 14.00 Lunch break
14.00–15.30 Session 2:
„Digitalisation – Health and safety at work 4.0“
New and automated technologies are increasingly having an impact on health and safety at work. This can create opportunities and possibilities to make work easier for people and to avoid exposing them to certain dangers – or the danger of new, unprecedented dangers and threats that need to be addressed. In any case, increasing digitisation is changing work situations, processes and risk scenarios, which in some cases require a radical reorientation with regard to technical, organisational and personal health and safety at work.
Safety meets security – two systems, one (larger) common goal
W. Seböck, Danube University Krems, Faculty for Economics and Globalisation, Krems, Austria
Risk assessment in a digital age
E. del Prete, INAIL, Rome, Italy
Colleague Algorithm: The interaction of human beings and artificial intelligence in professional life
V. de Zeeuw, IBM Germany GmbH, Frankfurt, Germany
15.30 – 16.00 Refresh & Talk: Coffee, tea, cold beverages and brain food
16.00–17.30 Session 3:
The „traditional“ frontal teaching with or without Power Point can certainly still be used, but should move more and more into the background. Not least also by new technical possibilities, knowledge Transfer can take place effectively and also efficiently: Terms and topics such as „Augmented Reality, 3 D Simulation, Virtual Commissioning” offer technical approaches and possibilities for new forms of knowledge transfer. As far as the didactic framework is concerned, terms such as “webinar, self-determined learning or blended learning” are possible options to traditional approaches. Let‘s find out together – supported by experts – which possibilities and alternatives there are in comparison to the classical lecture.
Innovative methods of knowledge transfer – RiskMan: A European project.
R. Prichystalova, Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic
Virtual reality/Augmented reality – the innovative use of new technical methods
M. Stöger, aquamarine, Vienna, Austria
Summary, Results, Outlook
H.-J. Bischoff, ISSA Section on Machine und System Safety, Mannheim, Germany
Ch.Schenk, AUVA, Vienna, Austria