EU-OSHA Executive Director addresses occupational cancer in an interview with Euronews

In its latest episode of Real Economy Euronews explores the dangers of working environments in the European Union, with a focus on occupational cancer. The episode features an interview with EU-OSHA’s Executive Director Dr Christa Sedlatschek and a good practice example from the wood working industry.

Occupational cancer is one of the biggest health threats faced by workplaces across Europe, causing the highest proportion of work-related illnesses and deaths. EU-OSHA through its current Healthy Workplaces Campaign 2018-19 significantly contributes to tackling work-related cancer in line with the values of the European Pillar of Social Rights.

Watch the interview in the video (available in 12 languages)

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