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EU-OSHA’s website offers access to more than a hundred publications on dangerous substances, ranging from factsheets on basic topics to comprehensive reports (e.g. on reprotoxic substances and carcinogens) and encyclopaedic OSHwiki articles, which can be found in the section ‘Dangerous substances’.

During the Healthy Workplaces Campaign 2018-19 on dangerous substances many of these publications are being updated and amended, and new publications and new formats are being added.

Campaign infosheets inform the user about basic and priority actions for managing dangerous substances. Infographics are used to bring the most important facts and figures to life. Updated and new OSHwiki articles enlarge and improve the coverage provided by the OSHwiki section on dangerous substances.

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03/10/2018
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This info sheet offers advice on the tools and guidance available to help employers and workers manage the risks posed by dangerous substances in the workplace. Using tools and guidance that are already available can save time, and it also provides practical ways of reducing...See more

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03/10/2018
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This info sheet provides an overview of how to deal with manufactured nanomaterials in the workplace. These materials, containing very small particles, are potentially toxic.

The info sheet gives details of relevant EU legislation, explores the possible...See more

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07/05/2018
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This joint leaflet from ETUI, ECHA and EU-OSHA calls on worker representatives to engage in reminding their employers to comply with the last REACH deadline in 2018 and update information for the workplaces regularly.See more

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22/02/2018
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This info sheet provides an overview of the legislative framework on dangerous substances in workplaces in the European Union, with an emphasis on three European directives: OSH Framework Directive, Chemical Agents Directive (CAD) and the Carcinogens and Mutagens Directive (CMC).

Seven...See more

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