Community news|22/09/23

New EU-OSHA campaign “Health and safety at work in the digital age”.

Home > The news of EUROGIP and occupational risks in Europe > New EU-OSHA campaign “Health and safety at work in the digital age”.

The new website for the Healthy Workplaces 2023-2025 campaign, which focuses on digital technologies in the workplace, is now up and running. Available in 25 languages, it offers a range of resources and information ahead of the campaign’s official launch in October.

A poster, brochure, PPT presentation, multimedia, guide, etc. make up the available campaign material, which will be added to as the campaign progresses. The guide covers five priority areas in particular: working via a digital platform, task automation, remote and hybrid working, AI-enabled worker management and intelligent digital systems.

EU-OSHA is also inviting dynamic European and international organisations and companies with operations in several EU Member States to become official campaign partners. The aim is to share its vision on the theme of good practice in promoting safer, healthier and more productive working environments. As a partner, players can boost their visibility and develop their network.

2023-2025 campaign website

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