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EU-OSHA’s campaign toolkit has had a revamp! Discover how to plan and run an effective campaign on safety and health at work thanks to updated practical advice and examples, as well as tips and tricks on using communication tools in the most...
Running your own campaign for the first time may sound daunting, but it’s less complicated than you might think. The key is to find the right mix of messages, target audience and good planning. Our campaign toolkit offers practical advice on: using media communication tools effectively running different kinds of events promotional activities advertising campaigns on web/mobile, social media and TV/radio Get your message heard If you have an OSH message that you wish to share, launching a...See more
The time has come to close the first chapter of the Healthy Workplaces ‘Manage Dangerous Substances’ campaign. While setting up another challenging plan for the upcoming 2019, we are looking back at the outstanding work done by our national focal points , official campaign and media partners since the campaign launch in April 2018. Thank you all for your support! Enjoy a selection of HWC highlights and stay tuned for the second chapter of the campaign starting in January.See more
In the framework of promotion of the Healthy Workplaces Manage Dangerous Substances Campaign, the Chairman of the EFNMS H&S Committee published a new article in an Hellenic Professional Magazine that is distributed to the HVAC Professionals (...
Psiktikos is a professional magazine addressed to the maintenance and installation professionals, both individual as well as companies, of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Systems. The Chairman of the EFNMS H&S Committe, in the framework of his regular articles in the magazine, has initiated a series of articles to promote the EU-OSHA Campaign since the HVAC professionals use hazardous chemicals, mostly corrosive and hazardous to health, in spray and under pressurized form...See more
The national review "And in Bulgaria - Business with a European Face" , organised by the "Work and Health" Journal in the frame of the 2018-2019 Healthy Workplaces Manage Dangerous Substances Campaign, had an exceptional interest.
During the first stage of the review, which recently ended with a special forum, the journal presented good practices of 17 leading Bulgarian companies, whose activity directly corresponds to the need to limit and eliminate dangerous substances in production and technological processes. Soon we will present Aurubus Group – producer of copper and other nonferrous metals and a world leader in copper recycling as an example of good production, technological and environmental practices in the...See more
After looking at real-life examples of how companies use elimination, substitution and organisational and technological measures to tackle the risks posed by dangerous substances, we now turn our attention to training and awareness-raising...
Hand in hand: How awareness-raising and training can work together A training programme in Germany shows how schools and enterprises can collaborate to educate young people about working safely with chemicals . A chemistry teacher from Hamburg and chemical company Lehmann&Voss&Co worked together to introduce students to employment and teach them the importance of occupational safety and health (OSH) in the chemicals industry. Students learnt about the manufacture of chemicals and the...See more
The conference on training and work was held in Melendugno (Italy), on November 23, to discuss perspectives and critical issues with experts.
The conference on training and work was held in Melendugno (Italy), on November 23, to discuss perspectives and critical issues with experts. The Puglia Region has invested heavily on training and is trying to build increasingly solid and effective training courses focusing on collaboration with schools and training institutions of excellence, in fact the conference was opened by the Regional Councilor for Training and Work, Sebastiano Leo. The Mayor of Melendugno, Marco Potì, highlighted the...See more
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On 13th November 2018, the Federal Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs (BMAS) awarded the German hazardous substances award for the 12th time.
Under the slogan 'Successful against asbestos' companies, organisations and individuals were called upon to submit innovative concepts that contribute to the safety in handling asbestos during construction activities. The five best submissions were awarded a total of € 10,000. The German Hazardous Substances Award is awarded every two years by the Federal Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs (BMAS) and is organised by the Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (BAuA). For more...See more
Once again the European Week for Safety and Health at Work created a massive buzz on social media as events took place across Europe. EU-OSHA’s network of partners, workers and employers all came together to share good practice and raise awareness...
Throughout the week of 22-26 October, events and PR actions ranging from conferences to good practice exchange events took place to spread the messages of the Healthy Workplaces Manage Dangerous Substances Campaign. Here we look at a small selection of the many events that took place, all of which were promoted via the campaign website , as well as on a dedicated Facebook page and on Twitter. Awareness raising EU-OSHA’s Greek national partners held their 5 th national awareness-raising event on...See more
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This conference aimed to encourage participants to actively implement prevention measures that reduce workplace accidents and diseases, highlighting the advantages gained from investing in occupational risk prevention. By using innovative measures,...
Taking place in Málaga on 18 October and co-organised by the Social Security service Mutua Universal, the Prevention and Corporate Social Responsibility department of the University of Málaga (UMA) and the School of Industrial Engineers, speakers discussed occupational risk prevention measures for different companies and sectors. They focused on a variety of Occupational Safety and Health topics including mental health, innovative information and communication technologies. Federico Artola,...See more
On 16 October the European chemical industry and trade unions agreed that EU workers should be better protected from the risks related to exposure to reprotoxic substances. In a joint declaration, they called on the European Commission to extend the...
On 16 October the European chemical industry and trade unions agreed that European Union (EU) workers should be better protected from the risks related to exposure to reprotoxic substances. In a joint declaration, the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC), the industriAll European Trade Union, the European Chemical Employers Group (ECEG) and the European Chemical Industry Council (Cefic) called on the European Commission to extend the scope of the Directive on the protection of workers from...See more