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Become a partner for the ‘Healthy Workplaces Lighten the Load’ campaign 2020-2022

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Would you like to be a partner in the European campaign “Healthy Workplaces: Lighten the load”? The application form is available online on the EU-OSHA website from 15 September to 20 December 2020.

The campaign aims to tackle the problem of work-related musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) and improve the lives of workers. Any European or international organisation or company with representatives in more than one EU Member State can apply. Being a partner in the campaign means being prepared to get involved. This means organising a conference, seminar or training, giving visibility to the campaign (website, social networks), relaying EU-OSHA information, encouraging cooperation between partners, actively promoting the strategic objectives of the campaign…

Supporting the campaign helps to increase its visibility, publicise its activities and broaden its network. The internal partner selection process will take place in January 2021. The selected organisations will be contacted shortly afterwards. Ahead of the official launch of the campaign, EU-OSHA is organising a virtual information meeting on partnerships on 29 September 2020.

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