Evaluation of the Project: Safe and Healthy Work in a Changing Climate (ASUG-KLIMA)

Evaluation of the Project: Safe and Healthy Work in a Changing Climate (ASUG-KLIMA)

Client: Centre for Planetary Health Policy (2024) | Area: Evaluation

Realization: sine-Institut gGmbH

Main interest |

Climate change is the central challenge of our time – it is changing everything: how we will live, eat, live, spend our leisure time and work in the future. The Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs has taken up this challenge with regard to the working context and published the funding guideline “Safety and health at work in the changing world of work” (ARBEIT: SICHER + GESUND) in May 2023. As part of this programme, “Climate change and its impact on the world of work” is to be prioritised as a key topic. The focus is on safe and healthy working conditions in the face of climate change.

The Centre for Planetary Health Policy’s project “Safe and Healthy Work in a Changing Climate (ASUG-KLIMA)”, which is funded as part of the WORK: SAFE + HEALTHY programme, addresses and analyses these challenges, which harbour both risks and opportunities, for various sectors, fields of work and groups of people and embeds them in labour and social policy contexts. Using a bottom-up approach with the help of participatory processes (workshop discussions) and dialogue formats (interaction platform), the project aims to develop and test creative solution strategies and find best practice examples of how prevention, workplace health promotion and occupational health and safety can be sustainably implemented in companies in the face of climate change.


SINE-Mandate |

  • Development of an evaluation concept
  • Realisation of the evaluation
  • Report

Für weitere Informationen: Dr. Kerstin Dressel

Survey and evaluation methods |

  • Formative and summative evaluation
  • Conducting expert interviews
  • Moderation of focus groups
  • Document analysis

Responsible |

Dr. Kerstin Dressel

  • Date 11. April 2024
  • Tags Evaluation and Accompanying Research, Health Research