Programa

Se incluirán los siguientes temas

VISIÓN CERO: ESTRATEGIA MUNDIAL DE PREVENCIÓN EN AGRICULTURA

Nuevos enfoques sobre la seguridad de los agricultores y la política social

Innovación y nuevas tecnologías en agricultura

Protección y prevención de la salud de los agricultores

Enfermedades profesionales e incapacidades (incapacidad laboral)

Programas de liberación de estrés y salud mental

Reincorporación al trabajo y conciliación de la vida familiar y profesional - enfoque global

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Programa provisional

Miércoles, 15 de mayo de 2019

13:30 - 15:30 Recepción y entrega de documentación

14:30 – 15:30 Café de bienvenida

15:30 - 16:00 Inauguración

16:00 - 17:45 New approaches to farmers security and social policy

K Kim, K Lee, K Kim, H Kim, D Choi, M Seo
Rural Development Administration, South Korea
The Present and Future of Agricultural Health and Safety in South Korea
Patricia Londoño Pérez, David Zaretsky Ferrera
Universidad Militar Nueva Granada, Colombia
Trends and Prospects of the Colombian Agricultural Sector in the Field of Occupational Risks
Alan Plom
IOSH - Rural Industries Group, UK
Working in partnership to reduce fatalities in agriculture in UK and beyond
Agnieszka Nowalska
KRUS, Poland
Farmers’ children – KRUS prevention ambassadors
Ana María Cárdenas de la Torre
Centro de Prevención de Riesgos Laborales de Jaén, Spain
Safety and health applied to the risk of overturning of tractors

17:45 – 18:15 Pausa-Café

18:15 – 20:00 Innovation and new technologies in agriculture

JA de Cote Mesa
iQBiotech, LLC. Agrosciences, Spain
AgroTech. Biostimulants. Smart Farming
Gregorio L. Blanco-Roldán, Antonio Miranda-Fuentes, Alberto Godoy-Nieto, Fernando Chacón,
Universidad de Córdoba, Spain
Dosaolivar: two new devices to ensure pesticide applicator’s safety in olive orchards
Carmen Ropero Montoro, Modesto Román Delgado
CPRL Córdoba Junta de Andalucía, Spain
New risks in olive harvesting: accidents by 'RECOGEFARDOS'
Adeline Delavallade, Coralie Hayer,
MSA, France
Prevention and integration of new technologies in farms
Gustavo Adolfo Salcedo Eugenio, Álvaro Macián Morales, Isidro Ibarra Berrocal, Lola Ojados Gonzales, Bernardo Martin Górriz, Isaac Abril Muñoz, Rafael Cano Gordo, Tamara Ruiz Rodriguez
Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena, Spain
INSST (Instituto Nacional de Seguridad y Salud en el Trabajo)
Development of a tractor driving simulator with immersive virtual reality for training to avoid occupational hazardss

Jueves, 16 de mayo de 2019

08:00 - 09:00 Recepción y entrega de documentación

09:00 - 10:45 Health protection/prevention for farmers

Mounia El Yamani, A Paul, L Chaperon, B Charbotel, J Spinosi
Santé publique, France
CIPA-TOX: a database to assess retrospective occupational exposure and health effects to pesticides
Charles Richard Glass, Marta Vargas, Rosalia Lopez, Francisco J Egea, Jose Luis Martinez Vidal, Antonia Garrido
CHAP, UK
Analytical techniques to identify the components of plant protection products in counteracting counterfeit products
Benoit Moreau,
MSA, France
Agricultural Machinery Safety – Improvement thanks to investigations after accidents of observation during work
Adam Poscik, Joanna Szkudlarek
CIOP-PIB, Poland
A new method of preventing exposure to tick-borne diseases for employees of the agricultural sector
Magalie Cayon, Dominique Semeraro
MSA, France
Mobilization of the decision maker/payers, regarding MSD prevention. A method and its tools : « TMSA® »

10:45 - 11:15 Pausa-Café

11:15 - 12:45 Disabilities and return to work

Martin Hartenbach, Markus Breuer
SVLFG, Germany
Measuring of sun exposure
Esther Alvarez Theurer, José Antonio Mulero,
Coordinadora Provincial IT-UMVI Córdoba, Spain
Epidemiological Study of Temporary Disability in agricultural workers in Andalusia
Friedrich Mehrhoff
DGUV, Germany
Prevention and rehabilitation - twin-track approach in return to work
Martin Hartenbach, Ina Siebeneich
SVLFG, Germany
Back to the job

12:45 - 14:15 Almuerzo

14:15 - 15:45 Stress release and mental health programmes

Philippe Tran Tai Hay
MSA, France
Acting on the quality of working life (QWL) of agricultural leaders, a bet to improve workers’ occupational health and safety
Paivi Wallin
Mela, Finland
Finnish project helps farmers to maintain their work ability
Erich Koch
SVLFG, Germany
Burn out in Agriculture - Phenomenology and Approaches to Prevention
Patrice Heurtaut
MSA, France
Suicide Prevention Plan

15:45 - 16:15 Pausa-Café

16:15 - 17:45 Vision Zero in agriculture on national level

Pedro Delgado Cobos
University of Cordoba, Spain
Guide to good practices on the protection of health and safety of workers in the agricultural sector
Peter Lundqvist
Sweden
Occupational fatalities in Swedish agriculture – before, during and after a 5-year national intervention program
ISSA Agriculture Section’s members

Vision Zero in agriculture – implementation & promotion

  • Finlandia – Mela
  • Francia – MSA
  • Alemania – SVLFG
  • Polonia – KRUS

17:45 - 18:00 Conclusiones finales y clausura del acto

Viernes, 17 de mayo de 2019

Visita técnica (horario por confirmar)

Campus Agroalimentario, Científico y Técnico “Rabanales”.

Cooperativa agroalimentaria “DCOOP”: instalaciones de aceituna de mesa.

Bodega Denominación de Origen “Montilla-Moriles”.

Presentaciones Póster

Marion Albert, Caroline Jolly, Isabelle Baldi, Fabienne Goutille, Alain Garrigou
University of Bordeaux, INSERM, Bordeaux Population Health Research Centre, France
A critical approach of design and uses of spraying pesticides equipment in viticulture
Laura Torres Ballesteros Concepción Flores Muñoz, Francisco de Asís Manchado López, Azahara Alcantarilla Serrano, Manuel Vaquero Abellán
Health Care Area
Occupational Risk Prevention Centre of Cordoba
University of Cordoba
Cualitis, Cordoba
Acetylcholinesterase as a marker of exposure to pesticides. Role of the clinical laboratory in its determination
Arnaud Desarmenien, Magalie Cayon
CCMSA-Central Fund of French Agricultural Social Insurance

Agricultural businesses assistance regarding occupational health issues: changing practices, posture and strategy

Azahara Alcantarilla Serrano, Laura Torres Ballesteros, Concepción Flores Muñoz, Natividad Alba Rodríguez, Francisco de Asís Manchado López, Manuel Vaquero Abellán
Health Care Area
Occupational Risk Prevention Centre of Cordoba
University of Cordoba
Cualitis, Cordoba
Collective Health Surveillance Experience in Technical Professionals in the protection of the Environment. Alterations in health and preventive activities
Fabienn Goutille, Caroline Jolly, Isabelle Baldi, Marion Albert, Alain Garrigou
Population Health Research Centre – Inserm Université de Bordeaux
Encourage winemakers to develop tools to prevent pesticide risks: How to build together the analysis of real work and occupational health to design pesticide risk prevention
Peter Lundqvist, Martina Jarkko Leppälä, Risto Rautianinen
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden, Leibniz-Institut für Agrartechnik
Health & Safety in European agriculture - organization, legislation and support
Muhammad Zafarullah Khan
Professor at the University of Agriculture, Peshawar-Pakistan
Identification of farmers’ knowledge gap in recommended production practices of sugarcane crop in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa-Pakistan
Magalie Cayon
CCMSA-Central Fund of French Agricultural Social Insurance
Msd’s prevention in the meat sector questions msa’ strategy vis a vis major clients (big cooperatives)
Johan Spinosi, C Gentil, L Cahour, L Chaperon, M El Yamani
Santé Publique France, Direction Santé Travail, Équipe Associée à l´Umrestte, France
Prevalence of occupational exposure to pesticides used on bananas by the French West Indies workers and study of associated health effects
Gérard Bernadac
CCMSA-Central Fund of French Agricultural Social Insurance
Promoting farmers’ primary prevention through risks identification
Rafael Cano
INSST, Spain
Safety conditions of centrifugal spreaders of fertilizer in use
Isaac Abril Muñoz
President of the working group “Agriculture Sector” of the Spanish Commission for Safety an Health at Work
Spanish awareness campaign Tractor overturns: Tu vida, sin vuelcos
Daniel Gamboa Aguilera
Occupational Risk Prevention Centre, Córdoba

Study of the accident rate in the agrarian sector of Córdoba

The German Campaign kommmitmensch – an effective tool on the way to Vision Zero

José Manuel Morales Lagares, Carlos Ruíz Frutos, Pedro Cernuda Navarro, Benito López Castilla
University of Huelva
The influence of skating on the overturning of the tractor in plowing and the importance of theoretical-practical training to increase safety and energy efficiency
Manuel Vaquero Abellán, Mª Dolores Redel Macias, Pilar Aparicio Martínez, Pilar Martínez Jiménez, Antonio J. Cubero Atienza
University of Cordoba
Virtual laboratories for ubiquous training of occupational risks prevention professionals in occupational noise
Salvador Carmona, Jorge Tubío, Rafael Ayuso, Ángeles Pando, Esther Fernández, Sonia García-Donas, Javier Guiral, Félix Sanz Vision Zero: Orientation Guide