The study compiled by Krus with informations provided by the members of Enasp presents the tailor-made services and programmes that are designed to improve safety, health and development of agricultural populations, regardless of the age and health condition of its members as well as support for the daily lives of the citizens.

Main chapters :

  • services for children
  • services for elderly people
  • services for farmers in trouble
  • services for disabled people from rural areas
  • services for families from rural areas
  • other services for rural population (farmers‘ holyday scheme, occupational safety…)

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In the framework of occupational medicine targeted at agricultural populations, MSA’s initiative to undergo TDS screening proves to be useful for improving skin cancer screening in increased-risk populations.

The study „Real-time mobile teledermoscopy for skin cancer screening targeting an agricultural population: an experiment on 289 patients in France“ was published in the Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology, Volume 30, Issue 1, pages 20‚Äď24, January 2016

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The proceedings of the event celebrating the tenth anniversary of the European Network of Agricultural Social Protection Systems (ENASP) on November 4-5, 2015 in Berlin are now available in the special edition of the journal „Social security in agriculture“ (SdL) published by SVLFG.

 

Download Social security in agriculture : „Agricultural Health and Safety Innovations & Best Practice“¬†¬†

 

In this journal :

  • Obesity in the Austrian agricultural population and an effective public health approach for weight reduction by Prof. Dr. Rudolf Schoberberger (Austria)
  • Well-being at work in agriculture by Dr. Marja Kallioniemi, Hanna-Riitta Kym√§l√§inen (Finland)
  • The MSA National strategy to combat suicide in the agricultural sector 2011-2014: Outcomes The MSA suicide prevention strategy 2016 – 2020: Future perspectives by Dr. V√©ronique Maeght-Lenormand (France)
  • Agricall in the context of agriculture in Wallonia, Belgium by Quentin Triest (Belgium)
  • The importance of agricultural mental health-promoting partnerships and innovations by Julia Anna Deipenbrock, Dr. Jana Volkert, Prof. Dr. Dr. Martin H√§rter (Germany)

 

Many thanks go to the sponsors of the conference and conference media.     5sponsors

Gemeinn√ľtzige Haftpflichtversicherungsanstalt Kassel ‚Äď HAVA ¬†¬† Hava-Kassel.de¬†¬†
Landwirtschaftliche Rentenbank   Rentenbank.de  
KPMG   www.kpmg.de                                                                               
 Vereinigte Hagelversicherung www.vereinigte-hagel.de
Versicherungskammer Bayern www.ukv.de

 

 

 

The conference entitled ‚ÄúTogether for Agricultural Health and Safety‚ÄĚ was organized under the aegis of SVLFG who took over the network‚Äôs presidency in 2015. In his welcome address, Enasp President, Mr. Blum, acknowledged the work carried out by the network during 10 years while emphasizing at the same time on the coming challenges to be met by social protection organizations.
In their presentations, the speakers’ panel, which was composed of scientists, stakeholders and representatives of European and international bodies in the field of social protection, stressed the importance of prevention regarding health and wellbeing of workers in agriculture.
This event gave Enasp members the opportunity to discuss their respective expectations for a renewed dynamic and an enhanced visibility of the network at the European level.
President Blum took the opportunity of this event to thank Mr. Gérard Pelhate for his commitment as Enasp President during all these years.

ENASP contributes to the European commission consultation on EU social security coordination regarding posted workers

In it’s answer to the consultation, ENASP is in favor of the modernisation of the Regulation 883/2004 to better address the issue of fraud and abuses on posting by employers. For Enasp, the improvement of the managing of the A1 document is a necessity and the introduction of binding obligations upon the Member States to secure better enforcement could be an appropriate solution.