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22/01/2019The European Survey of Enterprises on New and Emerging Risks - ESENER - is an extensive survey that looks at how European workplaces manage safety and health risks in practice. The pilot test of ESENER-3 was launched on 17 January 2019. It will...
This publication describes the development of new methods to assess the number of workers exposed to dangerous substances in the EU and the extent of that exposure. The study aimed to identify the substances and sectors that pose the greatest risks to workers, examining the trends over time.
The purpose was not only to arrive at an overview of the use of dangerous substances but also to create a methodology that could be used again to monitor future trends and developments.
OiRA in the Slovenian Action Plan supporting the Resolution on the National Programme of Health and Safety at Work 2018-202718 janvier, par EU-OSHA18/01/2019The National Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia in March 2018 adopted a Resolution on the National Programme of Health and Safety at work 2018-2027 . The first 3-year action plan (2018-2020) to implement that resolution has been adopted on 20...
17/01/2019Some of the possible occupational health implications for the e-retail workforce of the future are discussed in a recently published OSHwiki article. In order to meet the challenging demands of customers, e-retailers are increasingly automating,...
EU-OSHA’s latest country reports examine occupational safety and health (OSH) arrangements in micro and small enterprises (MSEs), from different economic sectors, in nine EU Member States: Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Italy, Romania, Sweden and the United Kingdom.