Lugares de trabajo, equipos, señalización, equipos de protección individual

These guidelines explain the relationship between Directive 92/58/EEC and the current International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) standards on safety and health signs.
The European Social Partners Framework Agreement on Digitalisation, signed in June 2020 by the EU’s cross-sectoral social partners, reflects its signatories’ shared commitment to optimising the benefits of digitalisation in the world of work and addressing its challenges.
This Guidance Document issued by the Committee of Senior Labour Inspectors (SLIC) in 2018 provides an overview of legislation, national practices and requirements on the use of load lifting equipment for lifting workers when using a forklift.
The PPE Regulation Guidelines have been issued by the EU Commission to further explain the content and procedures of Regulation (EU) 2016/425 regarding the placing on the market of personal protective equipment (PPE).
Fourth edition of the guide to the application of directive 2014/34 EU on the harmonisation of the law of the Member States relating to equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres, published in November 2022.
Guidance issued by the EU Commission in 2010 to explain the relationship between the ergonomic requirements of the Machinery Directive and the harmonised standards.
Published in 2019, this guide explains the concepts and requirements of Directive 2006/42/EC to ensure uniform interpretation and application across the EU.
Framework agreement signed in 2002 by the European social partners, ETUC, UNICE, UEAPME and CEEP to address the emerging challenge posed by telework.
"How to choose the most appropriate work equipment for performing temporary work at a height?" is the subtitle of this guide published by the EU Commission in 2007.
The non-binding guide, published in 2005, provides practical information for implementing directive 1999/92/EC on explosion protection in the workplace.