The Challenge team has a start-up meeting to further detail the activity plan, division of tasks, an estimated budget and to start executing the challenge. Other aspects to be discussed are if and how ‘friends of the roadmap’ could be involved in the challenge, promotion and reflections on potential synergies with other challenges
A1a: Generating overview
Intensive data collection by searching for already existing general guidance and creating overview (incl. source, assignment to STOP, short description, type of example, target audience) and assessing if and how examples can be added to Roadmap on Carcinogens website (EU-OSHA database of resources used as starting point).
A1b: Update Roadmap on Carcinogens website
Plan how to manage the addition of collected general guidance on Roadmap on Carcinogens website.
A2 – Gather feedback
Assess examples and derive common features for STOP general guidances on a holistic level (theory). Starting from this, all partners explore on possibilities to participate in gathering feedback within their reach (conferences, events, stakeholder meetings, sectorial meetings) if and why a guidance is considered helpful (practice).
A3 – Analysis and development
Assess the results and derive criteria from examples and feedback in order to create a template for general guidance instruments and give advice for which activities guidance is still missing.
The Challenge team has a concluding meeting where future steps are discussed and the end or the way forward is decided.