Looking for practical information and guidance on how to manage age at work? Then you’re in luck. In tandem with its Healthy Workplaces for All Ages campaign, EU-OSHA has released an e-guide on managing safety and health at work for an ageing workforce. Whether you’re an employer, worker, human resources manager or OSH professional, the e-guide has something for you. Simply select your profile and discover more.
The 60th edition of the DOK Leipzig International Festival for Documentary and Animated Film takes place this year from 30 October to 5 November.
As every year, EU-OSHA collaborates in this festival presenting the Healthy Workplaces Film Award , a prize that honours the best documentary or animated film on work-related topics with a 5.000€ reward and the production of 1,000 DVDs including subtitles in a selection of European languages.
How do establishments organise worker participation in the management of occupational safety and health? Are formal structures for worker representation in place or are workers becoming more directly involved instead?
EU-OSHA, together with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) and the Translation Centre for the Bodies of the European Union (CdT), have received the European Ombudsman Award for Good Administration.
On 25th March 2017, we celebrate the 60th anniversary of the signature of the Treaty of Rome, one of the most remarkable moments in the history of European Union. EU leaders gather in Rome to mark the Anniversary and support the reflection on the future of the European Union.
The Healthy Workplaces Good Practice Awards focus on companies and organisations that are committed to using effective methods to promote sustainable work.
Campaign partner SAP has received the award for the initiative ‘Run Your Health’ that empowers employees of all ages to take action for their health.
The Healthy Workplaces Campaign partner event and exchange of good practices in occupational safety and health (OSH) takes place in Brussels on 22 and 23 March 2017. The event includes the ceremony of the ‘Healthy Workplaces Good Practice Awards for official campaign partners’, together with Marianne Thyssen, Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Labour Mobility.
An international conference looking at the challenges of Europe’s ageing workforce takes place on 14 March in Florence, Italy.
The event provides a platform to discuss models of integration of older workers necessary to achieve a sustainable working life and an active ageing in good health in today’s rapidly changing, technology-driven world of work.
EU-OSHA Director Christa Sedlatschek takes part in the conference with the presentation ‘Toward an active working society: a European global perspective”.
Each year, work-related accidents result in long periods of absence from work, and even death. Furthermore, a significant proportion of Europe’s working population suffers from one or more work-related health problems.