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Remote work and OSH: available resources

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At a time when negotiations for a new European framework agreement on telework have just been suspended, EU-OSHA’s three publications on telework and occupational safety and health (OSH) take on their full importance. They cover the following topics:

Remote and hybrid work are also one of the priority areas of the ‘Safe and healthy work in the digital age’ European campaign.

At the same time, the EUROGIP report provides information on the recognition as an accident at work of a teleworking accident in seven European countries.

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