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Newsletter 2/2021

Tietokoneen ruutu verkkokokouksen aikana. Näkyvillä neljän osallistujan kasvot.

A successful “back to the future” transition can be achieved in work life by involving the personnel in planning

Many workplaces are busily thinking about how work will be carried out in the autumn – and how detailed the instructions to employees should be. Hybrid, remote or in-office work?

According to the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, there is no single correct model; instead, the operational model should be chosen in co-operation with the personnel and clients.

A “Back to the future” questionnaire template has now been published and is available for workplaces to use as a personnel survey template. And how would work life experts themselves like to work in the future?


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FIOH participates in a pioneer EU project to investigate micro and nanoplastics impact on human health

PLASTICHEAL project will develop new methodologies and will provide reliable scientific evidence for regulators to set the knowledge basis for adequate risk assessment.

The results will draw a variety of experimental human models and measuring potential health effects under short and long-term conditions.

Read more

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NIVA Education: Workspaces Promoting Well-being 21-23.9. 2021

Read more about the course

Read a course leader's interview:
“Workplaces and office design should enhance well-being and performance of employees”

FIOH: Recovery from work – online coaching

Online coaching motivates employees to live healthily at work and in their own lives, which has a positive effect on recovery from work, work ability and occupational safety. 

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We are building a toolkit for mental health support

We implement tools that support mental health and prevent mental health problems in work life.

The toolkit will be ready to use in autumn 2021 for all work communities interested in promoting mental health. 

Read more about the toolkit

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Hazard characterization of graphene-based nanomaterials in energy production and storage

The overall aim of this new project is to identify and characterize the hazard posed by graphene-based materials used in energy production and storage.

Read more about the project

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