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If you’re interested in finding out more about a particular topic, you’ll find it here. A range of resources, including everything from quick overviews to in-depth reviews, are at your fingertips. From the reports resulting from the European Parliament pilot project ‘Safer and healthier work at any age’ to state-of-the-art studies on particular sectors, groups of workers or risks and factsheets summarising key issues, our publications are available to browse. 

04/10/2016
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This paper summarises the findings on the interaction between gender and age in the context of occupational safety and health. It highlights the need to consider age-related changes linked to sex (biological) differences — such as the menopause, for which research is lacking — and...See more

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05/10/2016
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Based on a review, this info sheet provides key conclusions regarding women, occupational safety and health (OSH) and sustainable working in the context of the ageing workforce.

It highlights the age-related differences between men and women —both, biological...See more

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26/04/2017
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The Healthy Workplaces Good Practice Awards are organised by EU-OSHA as part of its campaign “Healthy Workplaces for All Ages”. The campaign promotes sustainable work and healthy ageing right from the start of working lives and the awards aim to recognise companies and organisations that have...See more

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08/09/2017
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The economic advantages of occupational safety and health have never been more apparent. New estimates from an international project show that work-related accidents and illnesses cost the EU at least EUR 476 billion every year. The cost of work-related cancers alone amounts to EUR 119.5 billion...See more

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08/09/2017
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The economic advantages of occupational safety and health have never been more apparent. New estimates from an international project show that work-related accidents and illnesses cost the EU at least EUR 476 billion every year. The cost of work-related cancers alone amounts to EUR 119.5 billion...See more

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29/06/2017
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This report highlights various challenges associated with an ageing workforce and considers innovative solutions. Coordinated by EU-OSHA in cooperation with Cedefop, EIGE and Eurofound, each EU agency focuses on a different aspect of demographic change and its implications for...See more

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07/11/2016
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This executive summary is based on the report on main findings of a three-year pilot project initiated by the European Parliament and directed by the EU-OSHA on the occupational safety and health challenges posed by an ageing workforce.

The findings are based on reviews on ageing and OSH...See more

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03/11/2016
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This information sheet is a concise summary of the report on main findings of a three-year pilot project initiated by the European Parliament and directed by the EU-OSHA on the occupational safety and health challenges posed by an ageing workforce.

The findings are based on reviews on...See more

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