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EU-OSHA and Eurofound 2024 Assessment

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The European Commission has launched a public consultation to seek views on the performance of four EU decentralised agencies, including Eurofound and EU-OSHA, for the years 2017 to 2022.

These two organisations, which are competent in the field of occupational health and safety, are among the 30 or so decentralised European agencies spread across all EU Member States that help implement EU policies. The effectiveness, efficiency, relevance, coherence and European added value of these agencies will be assessed in the light of the objectives and mandates defined for each of them, in order to determine whether there is a need to modify their mandate.

The evaluation study is based on three primary data collection methods:

  • interviews with selected stakeholders and staff
  • a targeted survey of stakeholders (mainly board, focal points and staff)
  • a public consultation.

The public consultation requires some knowledge of the agencies’ work. It is open until 25 May and available in all official EU languages. Participants need to log in or create an account.

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