Fraud and conflict of interest prevention
To this purpose, the Agency has adopted a comprehensive anti-fraud strategy that defines the responsibilities of the various stakeholders.
This is in line with the Agency’s financial regulation (Article 30 and 111) and with the requirements from the Roadmap on the follow up of the common approach on the future of EU Agencies by the Interinstitutional Working Group.
- Agency's Decision of 18 June 1999 concerning the terms and conditions for internal investigations in relation to the prevention of fraud, corruption and illegal activity
- Agency's Decision of 6 March 2004 amending the Decision of 18 June 1999
- EC Regulation concerning investigations conducted by the European Anti-fraud Office (OLAF)
- Interinstitutional Agreement between the European Parliament, the Council and the Commission concerning internal investigations by the European Anti-fraud Office (OLAF)
Conflict of interest prevention
Likewise, EU-OSHA is committed to ensure the integrity of the decisions and information issued by the Agency and foster accountability in relation to its work and activities. For these reasons, management and prevention of conflict of interest play an important role.
Upon appointment and every 5 years, Governing Board, Bureau and Advisory groups’ members submit a declarations of interests and a summary of their CV in the framework of the Agency’s policy on management of conflict of interest. The policy includes a privacy statement, a procedure related to the submission, assessment and validation of the declaration of interests and the summary of CV and a procedure for the breach of trust.
In addition, in order to ensure transparency, the Director and senior staff members’ declarations of interests and summary of CVs are also are publicly available.