Healthy Workplaces hero Napo leads us to a healthy future. In his new film, we see Napo given the power of time travel. With his new power, he explores both the past and the future, uncovering the key elements of healthier and more productive workplaces in the context of an ageing workforce.
EU-OSHA analysed workplace practices for safety and health at work, and reviewed the latest literature on rehabilitation and return-to-work strategies, as part of a European Parliament pilot project on the safety and health of older workers.
These reports identify what measures are being taken, and what measures give positive and sustainable results. They also identify barriers to the successful implementation of such measures, and the support needed to overcome these barriers.
Does your organisation want to promote its corporate responsibility and occupational safety and health actions to a wide-ranging audience, and network with like-minded international groups?
Does your media organisation want to boost its reputation, network and visibility?
If so, apply now to become a partner of the Healthy Workplaces for All Ages Campaign.
Does your organisation actively manage safety and health in the workplace, taking into account the importance of sustainable working lives in the context of an ageing workforce? If so, let everyone know about the good practices you’ve put in place by entering the Healthy Workplaces Good Practice Awards 2016–17.
From 1 July 2016, Slovakia takes over the Presidency of the Council of the EU from the Netherlands.
The Slovak Presidency will be the second term of the current Presidency trio, which, in addition to the Netherlands, also includes Malta.
The Slovak Presidency will focus on:
In a project looking at micro and small enterprises (MSEs) — the size group most at risk of occupational accidents and ill-health in Europe — EU-OSHA identifies how policies, strategies and practical solutions can improve the occupational safety and health (OSH) in these enterprises.
OiRA is becoming an increasingly popular risk assessment tool amongst micro and small companies (MSEs) in Europe.
OiRA is a web application developed by EU-OSHA which enables MSEs to implement risk assessments and prevention plans. This is done through interactive tools tailored to the user’s sector, language and national context.
The first wave of official campaign partners have joined the 2016-17 Healthy Workplaces for All Ages campaign which focuses on sustainable working lives and healthy ageing. By joining the campaign, organisations can lead by example and be at the forefront of implementing practical solutions for age management in the workplace. The campaign partners benefit from increased visibility, campaign tools and materials, networking and learning exchange.
EU-OSHA’s Annual report 2015 highlights the Agency’s key activities of the year. Its flagship projects all experienced successes: the first findings of ESENER-2 were released, the OiRA project was awarded a Best Practice Certificate, and the Healthy Workplaces Summit in Bilbao marked the close of the Manage Stress campaign.