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EU-OSHA celebrates the 25th anniversary of its foundation

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The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA), headquartered in Bilbao (Spain), kicks off its 25th anniversary celebrations by looking back over its early days and at key milestones for occupational safety and health (OSH) in the EU.

Under the slogan ’25 years of working together for a safe and healthy Europe’, EU-OSHA celebrates its commitment to promoting and improving safety and health in Europe’s workplaces with various activities throughout the year. The “Healthy Workplaces” campaigns are one of the highlights.

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