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A European Commission video on OSH in SMEs

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video SST-PME 2016The audiovisual department of the European Commission has produced a video which highlights SMEs in the EU which have developed a profitable and efficient occupational safety and health (OSH) management system.

Occupational injuries, stress and occupational diseases affect workers’ health. They also represent a cost for companies, especially for SMEs and VSEs. This video, which is just over 2 minutes long, aims to show that “each euro invested in the prevention of work-related diseases produces a return on investment”. It is available in the original language (multiple languages) with subtitles in French, English or German.

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