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Chemicals policy reach and health and safety in central and eastern europe

Chemicals Policy, REACH and Health and Safety in Central and Eastern Europe

23-24 March 2006

Prague, Czech Republic


Languages
Languages

  • English

  • German

  • Polish

  • Slovenian

  • Hungarian

  • Czech

    + Slovak (passive)


Social partner dialogue of the european chemical industry
Social Partner Dialogueof theEuropean Chemical Industry

Conference organised by the European Mine, Chemical and Energy Workers Federation (EMCEF) and the European Chemical Employers Group (ECEG) in cooperation with OS ECHO and SCHP CR, the Czech Social Partners of the Chemical Industry


Welcome addresses
Welcome addresses

  • Reinhard REIBSCH

    (General Secretary EMCEF)

  • Zdenek CERNY

    (OS ECHO Czech Republic, EMCEF)

  • Antonin MLCOCH

    (SCHP CR Czech Republic, ECEG)


Presentation of conference programme by the social dialogue secretariat of eceg and emcef
Presentation of Conference Programmeby the Social Dialogue Secretariat of ECEG and EMCEF

  • Reinhard REIBSCH

    (General Secretary EMCEF)

  • Lutz MÜHL

    (BAVC Germany, Secretary ECEG)




Social partner dialogue in the eu chemical industry 1
Social Partner Dialogue in the EU Chemical Industry (1)

  • Concept and policies regarding Social Dialogue from the EU-Commissions point of view

    Markus HANDKEEU-Commission, DG Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities


Social partner dialogue in the eu chemical industry 2
Social Partner Dialogue in the EU Chemical Industry (2)

  • Statements on Social Partner Dialogue from the experience and the point of view of Central and Eastern Europe

    Tamás SZÉKELY

    (VDSZ Hungary, EMCEF)

    Vit SUBERT

    (SCHP CR Czech Republic, ECEG)


Setting the scene on reach 1
Setting the Scene on REACH (1)

  • Working Programme of Social Partner Dialogue in the European Chemical Industry on REACH

    By the Chairpersons of the Social Dialogue Working Group REACH:

    Jean PELIN

    (UIC France, Vice-President ECEG)

    Reinhard REIBSCH

    (EMCEF General Secretary)


Setting the scene on reach 2
Setting the Scene on REACH (2)

  • State of play on REACH from the perspective of the EU Commission

    Paul ARNOLDUS

    (EU-Commission, DG Enterprise and Industry)


Setting the scene on reach 3
Setting the Scene on REACH (3)

  • Statements on the impact of REACH for the chemical industry in the old and new EU-Member-States

    • Waldemar BAHR(IG BCE Germany, EMCEF)

    • Franco BISEGNA(Cefic, ECEG)

    • Józef WOŹNY(FZZPCSC Poland, EMCEF)

    • Ladislav NOVAK(SCHP SR Czech Republic, ECEG) and Lukas VYLUPEK(Arthur D. Little)

  • Panel discussion


Welcome address
Welcome address

  • Hans Paul FREY

    (President ECEG)


Health and safety strategies related to chemical substances – challenges from a European point of view and the initiative of the social partners in the chemicals industry

  • Facts and figures on occupational protection and experiences in the chemical industry

    Oraldo DE TONI

    (EMCEF)


Health and safety strategies 2
Health and safety strategies – challenges from a European point of view and the initiative of the social partners in the chemicals industry (2)

  • Presentation of a Finnish Social Partners initiative in the chemical industry

    Aimo KASTINEN

    (KT Ry Finland, ECEG)


Health and safety strategies 3
Health and safety strategies – challenges from a European point of view and the initiative of the social partners in the chemicals industry (3)

  • Experiences in Central and Eastern European Countries on introducing new health and safety procedures and adopting EU regulation

    Jozef RAJZINGER

    (OZ Chémia SR Slovak Republic, EMCEF)

    Gyula KÖRTEVÉLYESSY

    (MAVESZ Hungary, ECEG)

  • Panel Discussion


Social partner dialogue of the european chemical industry1
Social Partner Dialogue – challenges from a European point of view and the initiative of the social partners in the chemicals industryof theEuropean Chemical Industry

Conference organised by the European Mine, Chemical and Energy Workers Federation (EMCEF) and the European Chemical Employers Group (ECEG) in cooperation with OS ECHO and SCHP CR, the Czech Social Partners of the Chemical Industry


Agenda fri 24 march1
Agenda – Fri 24 March – challenges from a European point of view and the initiative of the social partners in the chemicals industry


Re opening of the conference by social dialogue secretariat of eceg and emcef
Re-Opening of the Conference – challenges from a European point of view and the initiative of the social partners in the chemicals industryby Social Dialogue Secretariat of ECEG and EMCEF

  • Hans Paul FREY

    (President ECEG)


Address
Address – challenges from a European point of view and the initiative of the social partners in the chemicals industry

  • Štefan DUHÁŇ

    (Director of Labour Market, Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs)


Different approaches on health and safety concerning chemical substances – lessons to be learned because of history and existing national traditions and agreements

Andrzej KRZESLAK(PIPC Poland, ECEG)

TiborKACZOR(OZ Chémia SR Slovak Republic, EMCEF)

Klaus BARTELS

(BG Chemie – Accident Prevention and Insurance Association of the German Chemical Industry)

Elke SCHNEIDER(European Agency for Safety and Health at Work OSHA, Bilbao)

  • Panel discussion


Improvement of Health and Safety standards via initiatives of the Social Partners in the Chemical Industry and the transfer of experience and information to downstream user industries

  • Statements from industry and employees

    Reinhard REIBSCH

    (EMCEF General Secretary)

    Jean PELIN

    (Cefic, ECEG)


Panel discussion on the role and position of Social Partners regarding Health and Safety aspects on REACH – voluntary initiatives and commitments versus legislative approaches

  • Panellists

    • Waldemar BAHR(IG BCE Germany, EMCEF)

    • Jean PELIN(UIC France, Vice-President ECEG)

    • Pavel SKULINA (OS ECHO Czech Republic, EMCEF)

    • Ladislav NOVAK(SCHP SR Czech Republic, ECEG)


T o b e c onfirmed
T regarding Health and Safety aspects on REACH – voluntary initiatives and commitments versus legislative approacheso Be Confirmed

  • Vladimir ŠPIDLA

  • EU-Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities


Conference conclusions by eceg and emcef
Conference Conclusions by ECEG and EMCEF regarding Health and Safety aspects on REACH – voluntary initiatives and commitments versus legislative approaches

  • Hans Paul Frey

    (BAVC, Germany, President ECEG)

  • Reinhard REIBSCH

    (General Secretary EMCEF)


End of the conference have a safe trip home
End of regarding Health and Safety aspects on REACH – voluntary initiatives and commitments versus legislative approachesthe ConferenceHave a safe trip home...


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