OSHA/2022/LVP/0006-ExA - Overview of OSH research regarding mental health at work of workers with low socioeconomic status - Low value negotiated procedure

The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) is planning to launch a call for tender for the above-mentioned subject matter.

The main objective of the study is:

- To give an overview of the existing research and prevalence of risk factors for mental health of workers with low socioeconomic status with a particular focus on psychosocial risk factors and to better understand possible associations related to the topic;

- To increase knowledge and improve access to information related to mental health and psychosocial risk factors for workers with low socioeconomic status;

- To identify and analyse intervention strategies at different levels (e.g. company level, sector level, national level) in an exemplary way to complement the information collected;

- To identify and analyse sectoral specificities, needs of companies of different sizes, and groups of workers and/or occupations with low socioeconomic status being especially affected.

Expected deliverables are:

- Development of a comprehensive report (max 50-70 pages) based on the results of the research tasks that will include:

1. an introduction to the topic;

2. the results from literature review, including case examples to give ideas of successful intervention approaches;

3. conclusions and policy recommendations.

- Provision of an executive summary (max 6 pages), a presentation and power point slides based on the results.

The maximum total budget available for the contract will be EUR 48,800 (excluding VAT).

The way, deadline and details for expressing your interest in being invited to take part are available on: https://etendering.ted.europa.eu/cft/cft-display.html?cftId=10536