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Whatever you need to help you report on the Healthy Workplaces Campaign, you’ll find it here.

The latest press releases are available, and you can also download a comprehensive media kit. If you have an enquiry or suggestion, contact details for EU-OSHA’s media team can also be found here.

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Press Officer
Birgit Müller
+34 944 358 359
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Marta Urrutia
+34 944 358 357
Manager of the Brussels liaison office
Brenda O’Brien
+32 2 401 68 59, +32 0 477 175 770

Press kit

If you’re reporting on the Healthy Workplaces Campaign access our press kit, which includes press releases, images, a calendar of events and all the key facts and figures.

Today the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) welcomes European occupational safety and health (OSH) stakeholders to Bilbao, Spain, for the 2019 Healthy Workplaces Summit. After another successful 2-year campaign, this summit provides the perfect opportunity to reflect on lessons learned and share best practice for managing dangerous substances in the workplace.

Leading OSH experts and decision makers from across Europe join forces with EU institutions and EU-OSHA’s national focal points, official campaign partners, media partners and social partners to reflect on the achievements of and lessons learned from the 2018-19 campaign Healthy Workplaces Manage Dangerous Substances . In doing so, they share...See more

Between 21 and 25 October the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) and its network of partners mark a significant milestone in the Healthy Workplaces Campaign. The European Week for Safety and Health at Work aims to raise awareness of workplace safety and health and to promote active and participative risk prevention. This year’s European Week supports the current campaign — Healthy Workplaces Manage Dangerous Substances.

Millions of workers across Europe frequently come into contact with dangerous substances in the workplace, and the use of such substances is increasing. This exposure can have negative effects on workers’ health and their ability to work in the long term, so prevention is extremely important. Hundreds of events and activities organised to mark the...See more

The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) announces awarded and commended examples of organisations that take an innovative approach to successfully tackling the risks posed by dangerous substances, as part of its 14th Good Practice Awards competition. The awards recognise organisations with an outstanding commitment to occupational safety and health (OSH) and promote practices that protect workers and boost productivity.

The 2018-19 competition is a key part of EU-OSHA’s Healthy Workplaces Manage Dangerous Substances campaign. Dr Christa Sedlatschek, EU-OSHA’s Executive Director, commented on the merit of the awards: ‘We are delighted to see so many strong and varied examples of good occupational safety and health practice in the context of managing dangerous...See more