Call ID: EUOSHA/2020/OP/D/SE/0115
While inspired in the two previous Overview Reports to date, it will go beyond them as:
- It will provide a comparative analysis of the 2019 and 2014 findings, to the extent it is possible.
- At the same time, it will also look at ESENER 2009 with the aim to provide an overview of the evolution of OSH management practices among European establishments over the last decade.
- The report will not limit itself to an initial bivariate analysis but will carry out in-depth (multivariate) statistical analyses in response to research questions.
- In addition to covering the four main areas of the survey, there will be two sections with a specific focus: (1) legislation as a driver and barrier for OSH management and (2) worker representation and, particularly, an analysis of the ways to appoint Health and Safety representatives.
- A particular focus will be placed on new sections included in the ESENER 2019 questionnaire, such as digitalisation and its impact on OSH, as well as the quality of external preventive services and the evaluation of accidents/sickness absence.