EUROPEAN AGENCY FOR SAFETY AND HEALTH AT WORK - OSHMAIL 84 - 2009 PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 08 April 2009 14:38

European workers face new and increasing health risks from hazardous substances

An ever-increasing number of hazardous substances used in industry and in a wide range of workplaces are threatening the health of workers across Europe. A new Risk Observatory report identifies the main groups of substances which could pose new and increasing risks.
Read the news release
Read the full report
See the factsheet

33 official campaign partners receive certificate from EU-Commissioner Špidla

At a reception on 17 March in Brussels, EU-Commissioner Vladimír Špidla and EU-OSHA Director Jukka Takala honoured the 33 official campaign partners for their engagement in the risk assessment campaign.
The same day, over 70 representatives from organisations and companies, interested in becoming campaign partners, saw the 2008 campaign results and activities planned for 2009. They also learnt how to become an official campaign partner and heard about the experiences and benefits of those already engaged.

See photos of the event
See the partners and their activities
EU partner meeting information

International Day against Racial Discrimination - 21st March

Migrant workers are a particularly vulnerable group and are often more exposed to occupational risks than others. This section presents a collection of interesting links informing about the risks of migrants and minorities in the workplace.

Visit our section on migrant workers
HORECA forum

International women's day: Gender issues in safety and health at work

Women make up 44% of the employed population in the EU. Men and women are not the same and the jobs they do, their working conditions and how they are treated by society are not the same. It is therefore important to recognise these differences and take a "gender sensitive" approach to health and safety at work.

Learn more on women and Health at Work
EU launches campaign to tackle gender pay gap

 

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