The team from the University of Aveiro of the Erasmus+ Mind Safety – Safety Matters II project has just published the ‘Teacher´s Guide on Occupational Safety and Health Education – Exploring’ OSH! What a Bright Idea! ” aimed at national and European Teachers and Trainers (https://www.ua.pt/pt/noticias/11/62548). Ana Margarida Almeida and Luis Pedro are part of the research team of the project and authors of this publication.

This Guide is a tool to support the work of teachers from Basic and Secondary Education and also of trainers in the area of Education for Occupational Safety and Health.

The publication presents suggestions for exploring the educational digital resource ‘OSH! What a bright idea!’ (http://osh.act.gov.pt/), offering varied opportunities for interdisciplinary curricular insertion and including different educational approaches such as interdisciplinarity, project-based learning, active learning, multimodality, the use of technologies and valuing inclusion and accessibility.

The ‘Teacher´s Guide on Occupational Safety and Health Education – Exploring ‘OSH! What a Bright Idea!” (2020) is available for download at http://hdl.handle.net/10773/27546.

The Mind Safety – Safety Matters II project (2018-1-PT01-KA201 – 047416) seeks to improve and innovate in the methods of teaching health and safety topics in the classroom, motivating and preparing young people to work in safe conditions and to be responsible citizens after leaving school.

More about the Mind Safety – Safety Matters II project: http://mindsafety.web.ua.pt/.