Priority area

Future generations

Musculoskeletal health for children and young people

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15th Healthy Workplaces Good Practice Awards

Winning and commended examples

EU-OSHA recognises leading examples of preventing musculoskeletal disorders at work

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News

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21/06/2022 Our children need help: call for musculoskeletal health in schools Two reports spotlight high levels of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) among children and young people and emphasise the importance of early prevention – before...See more
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20/06/2022 Preventing musculoskeletal disorders when teleworking infosheet - language versions available Home-based working has many advantages but it is also associated with an increase in prolonged sitting, social isolation from colleagues, and difficulty in...See more

Priority areas

The ‘Healthy Workplaces Lighten the Load’ campaign is organised into several priority areas, which are promoted using special communication and promotion packs throughout the campaign. Each area covers a specific topic related to MSDs. A range of materials, including reports, infosheets, infographics and case studies, are released every three to four months to maintain the campaign’s momentum.
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Official Campaign partners

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European and international enterprises and organisations, both public and private, from a variety of sectors, support the Healthy Workplaces Campaign. They form a network of pioneers, inspiring and encouraging others to successfully manage a safe and healthy workforce. Their engagement is essential to making sure that the campaign messages reach all kinds of workplaces throughout the EU.

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