In a new report, EU-OSHA details the findings of the second part of its ‘Costs and benefits of occupational safety and health’ project. It describes two approaches to estimating the financial burden of work-related diseases, injuries and death.
The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) welcomes the implementation of its Online interactive Risk Assessment (OiRA) project at multinational car manufacturer Daimler. The company’s German Health and Safety department has developed and adapted a workplace risk assessment tool on the basis of OiRA for company specific use.
In Bilbao on 5 June, EU-OSHA hosts an anniversary event to celebrate 25 years of working together for a safe and healthy Europe. The occasion is an opportunity to thank all those who have worked with the Agency over the past 25 years, as well as to highlight its many notable achievements.