News tagged with "OSH and young people + Mainstreaming OSH into education + Musculoskeletal disorders + Workers + Employers"
‘Conversation starters for workplace discussions about musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs)’ is a great new resource. It can be used to facilitate group discussions in the workplace or during training. The tool contains guidance for managers and employees on communicating about MSDs.
Transforming education is the theme of the International Youth Day 2019.
Observed annually on August 12, it is designed to raise awareness around the world of the challenges faced by the younger generations.
Today we celebrate the 200th landmark edition of OSHmail, EU-OSHA’s monthly multilingual compilation of online news about occupational safety and health (OSH).
A warm thank you to all our subscribers for their trust, continuing interest in OSH and motivation to work together with us to promote safer and healthier workplaces in Europe.
If you haven’t had the chance to read OSHmail, have a look at its latest editions.
Workers in Europe are more likely to experience negative consequences of psychosocial risks, stress or musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) than any other work-related health problem. These issues can have serious consequences for individuals and businesses, often leading to long periods of sick leave.
On 22 October, EU-OSHA, alongside its partners, sets the wheels in motion for the European Week for Safety and Health at Work to encourage participative and active safety management of dangerous substances.
A major milestone of the current Healthy Workplaces Campaign, the week inspires hundreds of events all over Europe, such as film screenings, social media events, conferences, exhibitions, competitions and training sessions.