European Agency for Safety and Health at Work - EU-OSHA
One fine body…
- Bilbao, Biscay, Spain
- Secteur NGO / Public Service
- Site Web osha.europa.eu/
- À propos We, at EU-OSHA promote the importance of the employees' health and well-being, and offer expertise on risk prevention at work. We develop hands-on instruments for companies and organisations to efficiently share safety and health (OSH) knowledge and good practices. We act as a mobiliser of the OSH Community of practitioners and researchers by disseminating scientific research on occupational safety and mainstreaming OSH into policy areas such as education and public health. We work side-by-side with governments, organisations, employers’ federations and trade unions to cultivate a culture of safety at any workplace.
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