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Discover the new indicator on ‘Serious non-fatal accidents’ in an enriched OSH Barometer tool
New indicators and functionalities have been added to the OSH Barometer data visualisation tool, providing valuable perspectives on occupational safety and health (OSH) in Europe.
Among the new additions is the “Serious non-fatal accidents” indicator — based on Eurostat data —showing those accidents that cause more than 6 months of sick leave or permanent disability.
Additionally, the tool now incorporates bar chart diagrams to display physical risks like noise, temperature, and exposure to hazardous substances, enhancing our understanding of potential hazards in the workplace.
Furthermore, users can now access a special report containing all EU27-specific data alongside the existing national country reports, offering an offline version of all data in the tool.
Check out the OSH Barometer data visualisation tool.
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