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This conference kicks off by highlighting the importance of sustainable employment, healthy ageing and prevention throughout working life. It aims to support employers and workers by providing information and tools on occupational health issues.
Hungary - Campaign closing event and press conference to ensure the safety and health of every worker
This campaign closing event, including a press conference, evaluates the results of the 2-year Healthy Workplaces for All Ages campaign. Speakers discuss ways to ensure that employees of all ages and in all situations face working conditions that meet their individual needs.
This conference and round table addresses several aspects of the Healthy Workplaces for All Ages campaign within the European Week for Safety and Health at Work.
The 19th Occupational Health Day highlights the importance of ergonomics at the workplace. More specifically, it focuses on the need for ergonomic changes based on the workers’ age.
This seminar offers new insights on occupational health and aims to raise awareness of sustainable working life and safe and healthy working practices for workers of all ages.
Romania - Overview of the EU-OSHA approaches to OSH & companies’ policies on age management in Romania
This event presents the most recent EU-OSHA-backed approaches to occupational safety and health. It identifies practical solutions to OSH in the context of an ageing workforce within companies’ prevention policies.
This conference takes place during the European Week for Safety and Health at Work and aims to inform participants on the health effects of work on employees of all ages and promote healthy working practices.
Safety Focus, official media partner of the EU Campaign “Healthy Workplaces for All Ages 2016-2017”, together with the Community of Ginosa, will celebrate a closing event for the campaign in Ginosa (Italy) with a conference "Farming, Healthy Workplaces for All Ages".
Mental wellbeing is the basis for workers of all ages to stay healthy, productive and happy throughout their working life. The way we work has changed, becoming increasingly knowledge-based and with careers often being fragmented.