An analysis over two decades shows that there are fewer and fewer accidents at work and commuting accidents resulting in incapacity for work of more than 30 days, and that more and more accidents only result in short-term incapacity for work.
For more than a year, the European social partners have been trying to renegotiate the 2002 framework agreement on telework and get a European directive on the subject. But on 9 November 2002, the employers' organisations BusinessEurope and SME United rejected the compromise text.
The Korean Occupational Safety and Health Agency (KOSHA) and the Korean Occupational Injury Compensation and Welfare Service (COMWEL) were on a study visit to France in October and November 2023. They were received by the CRAMIF and EUROGIP respectively.
Determined to improve workers' health and safety, the Council of the EU and the European Parliament reached a provisional compromise on 14 November to lower the limit values for lead and, for the first time, to set limit values for diisocyanates.
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