Collection and analysis of case studies on a 'whole-school approach'

The project identifies good practice examples of a whole-school approach and illustrates them by means of testimonials and interviews.

The whole-school approach consists of a combination of preventive measures which firstly promote pupils’ and teachers’ health and safety in education and secondly aim to integrate safety in the school curriculum.

A selection of the cases is analysed in order to identify obstacles and success factors. The information is useful for policymakers and experts in education and the safety world. 

The project (2011-2012) was carried out at the Topic Centre of the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work.

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