EU-OSHA looks to the future and more successful years ahead

As EU-OSHA’s 25th anniversary year comes to a close, in our last article of the series we look at what the Agency does to anticipate new and emerging challenges to workers’ safety and health.

In 2005, EU-OSHA set up the European Risk Observatory to gather reliable data on changes in work and their potential impact on occupational safety and health (OSH). A series of foresight studies continues this work. Topics covered to date include green jobs and digitalisation.

These projects aim to inform policy-makers and other stakeholders to ensure timely and effective prevention of future OSH challenges.

Read our last 25th anniversary article on how EU-OSHA anticipates future challenges.

Visit the emerging risks section of our website to discover more

Read the full series of 25th anniversary articles published in 2019