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May 16, 2014
The fourth SAF€RA Press Release focusing on the ERA-NET SAF€RA second joint call more
 
December 09, 2013
The second SAF€RA Press Release focusing on the first joint call is available. more
 
July 01, 2013
The first Press Release from the SAF€RA project is available more
 
June 10, 2013
The SAF€RA has released its Memorandum of Common Understanding. more
May 16, 2014
The fourth SAF€RA Press Release focusing on the ERA-NET SAF€RA second joint call more
May 15, 2014
The second joint call for transnational, collaborative research projects concerning Innovating in safety and safe innovations has been launched. more
April 07, 2014
The third SAF€RA Press Release focusing on the first symposium is available. more
June 10, 2013
The SAF€RA has released its Memorandum of Common Understanding. more
 
SAF€RA - Overview

SAF€RA is an ERA-NET and therefore aims at coordinating the research investment among the EU Member States in the field of industrial safety. Why an ERA-NET on industrial safety?

Objectives of SAF€RA:

  • Building up sustainable channels for communication and effective instruments for collaboration between national programme owners and/or managers and promoting the creation of collective, strategic coalitions at a European level

  • Increasing awareness about the importance of research in the field of industrial safety as a major contributor to a dynamic knowledge-based economy as well as working to strengthen the impact of this research at the EU, national and international levels

  • Exploiting synergies and avoiding duplications of research and development among the partners of the Consortium and reducing fragmentation of the European Research Area by increased coordination

  • Establishing joint programmes of transnational research projects between the involved Member States,materializing in a pilot programme collaborating research projects between the SAF€RA partners and serving as a test bed for the future joint programming

  • Developing and implementing common, joint, strategic activities to establish a durable European network for cooperation between key actors in the field of industrial safety

Expected impacts:

  • European Research Area on industrial safety
  • Identification of the future challenges related to industrial safety in the EU
  • Durable European research network related to industrial safety
  • European and national strategies and research priorities related to industrial safety
  • Establishing effective dissemination and promotion to implement industrial safety in the EU

 

Duration  3 years / 1 April 2012 – 31 March 2015

EU Funding  1.5 M€

Partners  20 partners from 11 European countries

Coordinator  Finnish Institute of Occupational Health

 

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