The VeSafe e-guide is an interactive one-stop shop for information on vehicle-related risks at work. It covers safe driving, workplace transport and working on or near a road. A joint effort by EU-OSHA and the European Commission, the guide includes many examples of good practice and an overview of relevant regulations. What’s more, it’s free and easy to use, and you can filter the information by risk or vehicle type.
EU-OSHA’s sister agency, the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), is closely monitoring the spread of the coronavirus and is regularly posting updates and resources on its website.
The World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Labour Organization (ILO), as well as the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOSH) have also published practical information for workplaces.
Visit the ECDC’s website
Important: Get your workplace ready in case COVID-19 arrives in your community!
This guidance, available in the OSHwiki, is designed to assist employers and businesses in providing advice to staff in non-healthcare settings on the novel coronavirus, COVID-19.
It explains how to help prevent the spread of respiratory infections such as COVID-19 and what to do if someone with suspected or confirmed to have COVID-19 has been in the workplace.
You will also find advice on travel and meetings as well as links to further information and resources.
This latest synthesis report is part of a larger EU-OSHA project to analyse national and European data on work-related musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). The report explores the prevalence and reach of MSDs, the associated risk factors, their impact on health and their prevention in the workplace.
8th of March provides an opportunity that everyone must seize: observed annually around the globe, the Day is a powerful reminder to keep working hard on eliminating gender-based stereotypes while celebrating women's achievements, creativity and strength.
International Women’s Day creates an outstanding platform to raise awareness of the challenges affecting the lives of working women. This is also a top priority embedded in various research activities of EU-OSHA.
What better occasion than now to help us make a positive difference for women at work?
Our new case study shows how a multinational car manufacturer has adapted EU-OSHA’s freely available Online interactive Risk Assessment — OiRA — platform for its own needs. The result? A highly individualised, cost-efficient solution for company-wide occupational safety and health risk assessment.
The approach allows worker involvement and the implementation of the tool globally, and is transferable to any large company looking to improve and standardise risk management.
On 12th of February EU-OSHA’s Executive Director, Dr Christa Sedlatschek, attends the International Conference Future of work. Challenges and opportunities for occupational health and safety. Dr Sedlatschek takes part in the panel discussion From research to action oriented policies. She will speak about emerging hazards related to chemical substances and how to tackle them and introduce EU-OSHA’s campaign on musculoskeletal disorders (2020 – 22).
This year EU-OSHA presents the Healthy Workplaces Film Award together with the Doclisboa documentary film festival in Lisbon, Portugal. Entries for submission of documentary films are now open.
The Award honours the best documentary on a work-related topic with a €5,000 prize and subtitling in a selection of European languages.