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European Confederation of Independent Trade Unions (CESI)

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Secretary General
The EU-OSHA Healthy Workplaces Campaign 2016-17 on 'Healthy workplaces for all ages' addresses one of CESI's core priorities.
As a trade union confederation, CESI has for long worked to promote adequate health and safety measures for all workers, be they young, mid-aged or of older age. At CESI, we believe that effective occupational health and safety must be ensured without gaps throughout the entire work life cycle of employees - When there is a gap, this will likely have negative implications for individual workers at present and in the future too.
We warmly welcome EU-OSHA's awareness-raising campaign on this topic and will do our best to help make it a success.
The European Confederation of Independent Trade Unions (CESI) is a confederation of 38 trade union organisations from 21 European countries and 4 European trade union organisations, with a total of more than 5 million individual members. 2 further trade union organisations enjoy observer status. Founded in 1990, CESI advocates improved employment conditions for workers in Europe and a strong social dimension in the EU. CESI and its members are involved in advocacy work as an interest group and in social dialogue as a recognised European social partner.
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CESI will disseminate campaign-related information by EU-OSHA and campaign partners to its member organisations, affiliates and external stakeholder partners. In the same way, CESI will relay news from its network to EU-OSHA and campaign partners.
CESI will run two major capacity-building seminars on ways to achieve an effective occupational health and safety management.
This will be accompanied by a study on best practices from a number of EU Member States. Likely, at least one of the best practices identified will submitted as a nomination for a Healthy Workplaces Good Practice Award.
European Confederation of Independent Trade Unions (CESI)
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