Provisions on workload, ergonomic and psychosocial risks

In 2010, EU employer and trade union organisations from several sectors issued guidelines to tackle third-party violence and harassment at work.
The Senior Labour Inspectors’ Committee (SLIC) adopted in 2018 a guideline for labour inspectors on how to approach the quality of psychosocial risk management during inspections.
Published by the Senior Labour Inspectors Committee (SLIC) in 2018, this guideline aims to support labour inspectorates in addressing risk management related to musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs).
The European Commission (2014) presents an interpretative document on the implementation of Council Directive 89/391/EEC in relation to Mental Health in the Workplace.
In 2000, the European Commission published a guidance on work-related stress.
In 2004, the European Trade Union Confederation, the Union of Industrial and Employers’ Confederations of Europe, the European Association of Craft Small and Medium-sized Enterprises as well as the European Centre of Enterprises with Public Participation and of Enterprises of general Economic
In 2007 the European cross-sectoral social partners BUSINESSEUROPE, UEAPME, CEEP and ETUC signed the framework agreement on harassment and violence at work.
In 2004, the EU cross-industry social partners signed the framework agreement on work-related stress.