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EU-OSHA: Marking achievements and looking ahead to future goals

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In its annual report 2017, EU-OSHA said that 2017 was characterised by it’s constant commitment to improving occupational safety and health (OSH) throughout Europe. The Healthy Workplaces for All Ages campaign came to a close, and the Agency also celebrated achievements in other flagship projects such as ESENER-2, OiRA, OSH in micro and small enterprises and the costs and benefits of OSH.

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