La campagna fornirà guida e supporto ai lavoratori e ai datori di lavoro affinché riconoscano e affrontino efficacemente lo stress sul luogo di lavoro, e promuove l’uso di strumenti pratici.
Nella precedente Campagna 2012-2013 UE-OSHA ha rilasciato Attestati di partecipazione a:
– Associazione Ambiente e Lavoro
– CIIP (Consulta Interassociativa Italiana della Prevenzione)
– altre Associazioni CIIP
Healthy Workplaces Manage Stress.
Safety and health at work is everyone’s concern. It’s good for you. It’s good for business
Work-related stress and psychosocial risks: the facts
– Over half of European workers report that work-related stress is common in their workplace.
– Around 4 in 10 workers think that stress is not handled well in their workplace.
– Workers are likely to take a significant amount of time off work when suffering from work-related stress and other psychological problems, or turn up for work but not be able to function at full capacity.
– Psychosocial risks and work-related stress give rise to significant costs for organisations and national economies alike.
– The total costs of mental health disorders in Europe (both work and non-work related) are estimated to be EUR 240 billion per year.
– Psychosocial risks can be assessed and managed in the same systematic way as other occupational safety and health risks.
– Managing stress and psychosocial risks at work is worthwhile — the benefits to the business outweigh the costs of implementation.
The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) contributes to making Europe a safer, healthier and more productive place to work.
The Agency researches, develops, and distributes reliable, balanced, and impartial
safety and health information and organises pan-European awareness-raising campaigns.
Set up by the European Union in 1996 and based in Bilbao, Spain, the Agency brings together representatives from the European Commission, Member State governments, employers’ and workers’ organisations, as well as leading experts in each of the EU Member States and beyond.
The Healthy Workplaces Campaign is backed by the EU Council Presidencies, the European Parliament, the European Commission, and by the European Social Partners and is coordinated at the national level by the Agency’s network of focal points