Rap o Wizji Zero
Title translated into English
Vision Zero rap
Film: Duration in minutes
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"Vision Zero" is a strategy of prevention in the field of occupational safety, developed by International Social Security Association – ISSA, which Agricultural Social Insurance Fund (KRUS) belongs to since 1991. KRUS joined the international campaign promoting the Vision Zero in 2018, thus became the official Partner of Vision Zero. The main goal of Vision Zero Strategy (VZS) in the agricultural sector in Poland is to reduce the number of accidents at work and occupational diseases, which is linked with the creation of better working conditions and improvement of farmers' health. The VZS is based on the belief that accidents at work and occupational diseases can be eliminated through the use of appropriate prevention strategy. For KRUS, which has been actively conducting prevention activities in the field of work safety on farms for over 30 years, the promotion of VZS will emphasize the importance of such activities implemented by the Fund, and will also contribute to strengthening of the image of the Fund in this field. An innovation in this strategy is drawing attention to three dimensions in human work: safety, health and well-being, which have a key impact on the occurrence or non-occurrence of accidents, injuries or diseases caused by work. The strategy is based on 7 Golden Rules, the use of which helps to design the work environment in a manner that will reduce the risk of undesirable events, i.e. so that nobody loses life or health at work.
Aims and objectives
The aim of the song is to encourage people to learn about 7 Golden Rules of Vision Zero. A new music format to promote the Vision Zero campaign aims to stimulate the interest of younger groups.
Young workers, Other (please specify) : farmers, children, persons involved in work and life on the farm
Contact details Editor / Production company
Kasa Rolniczego Ubezpieczenia Społecznego
al.Niepodleglosci 190, Poland-00-608 Warsaw
00-48-22-592-64-05 email@example.com https://www.krus.gov.pl/