A study by the Institute of Collective Health at UFBA points out that the biggest fatal victims of work accidents involving motorcycles in the country are men, between 25 and 39 years old, workers in the industry or in the business and services sector. The subject will be the theme of the webinar “Work accidents involving motorcycles in Brazil, 2007-2018”, on August 25 (Tuesday), with live broadcast, at 9 am, through the ISC channel on Youtube ( youtube. com / labvideoisc ).
The event is promoted by the ISC / UFBA Integrated Program in Environmental and Worker Health (PISAT) and the DSASTE / SVS / MS General Coordination of Occupational Health (CGSAT).
The objective is to disseminate knowledge about the extent and severity of motorcycle accidents at work, to encourage the development and establishment of protection policies for these workers in Brazil.
See the complete program of the event below:
Presentation: Karla Baêta (CGSAT / DESAST / SVS / MS)
Roundtable – Accidents at work involving motorcycles: what we know and what we need to know
Speakers: Eugênia Rodrigues (PAHO) and Cleber Cremonese (ISC / UFBA)
Coordination: Vilma Santana (ISC / UFBA)
Roundtable – Workers who use motorcycles: social protection policies, rights and accident prevention rules
Speakers: René Mendes (USP / IEA), Rita de Cássia Pereira Fernandes (FMB / PPGSAT / UFBA) and Rodrigo Lopes (AMAP / PE)
Coordination: Rafael Buralli (CGSAT / DESAST / SVS / MS)