This page presents a calendar of events related to occupational safety and health (OSH) in Europe and beyond. The list includes key OSH events organised by EU-OSHA, its stakeholders and its partners, as well as other relevant organisations.

Not everyone can attend our events, so here you will also find links to presentations and summaries of the main points of discussion from some events.

EU-OSHA Events Summaries

E-tools seminar 2023: OSH E-tools in the construction sector and other outdoor work

On 4/5 October 2023, EU-OSHA’s E-tools...


April 2024

Vilnius, Lithuania

Digitalisation in the construction sector

FIEC together with EFBWW is organising a workshop as part of the joint EU-funded project DESOCO 2 . The meeting will focus on “ Digitalisation in the construction sector ” divided in 3 sessions on: * Exploring the use and consequences of new tools (AI, …) on work organisation/on workplaces. * The...

Online, Latvia

Radio broadcast on workplace carcinogens in Latvia

A radio programme addressing carcinogens at work is taking place in Latvia organised by our national focal point in the country Valsts darba inspekcija . The discussion aims to shed light on various aspects related to occupational cancers and dangerous substances. The key points to be covered during...

Pristina, Kosovo

World Day on Safety and Health at Work

This ILO organised event aims at celebrating the World OSH Day 2024 and will touch upon climate change impact on OSH.

Marrakesh, Morocco

ICOH 2024 – 34th International Congress on Occupational Health

EU-OSHA will participate in ICOH 2024 - 34th international congress on occupational health with an information stand. About 1500 delegates will participate. Participants in the congress will be ICOH members, e.g. FIOH, KOSHA, Inail, NIOSH, occupational medicine professional associations and...

Budapest, Hungary

World OSH Day: Hungary discusses carcinogens and Workers’ Exposure Survey results

Within the context of the World Day for Safety and Health at Work, our Hungarian focal point Ministry for Economic Development will host a conference in Budapest on 29 April, focusing on dangerous substances, particularly carcinogens. Hungary’s participation in EU-OSHA’s Workers’ exposure survey on...