The purpose of these guidelines is to provide a framework for supporting employers’ work to prevent, remedy and follow up victimization and bullying, based on research and evidence-based practice.
During the years 2020–2022, the EU-Osha has worked with the campaign Healthy Workplaces Lighten the Load. Leading experts, decision-makers and representatives for the social partners gathered in Bilbao on 14 and 15 November to summarize the results of the campaign during a campaign summit. Nader Ahmadi, Director General and Therese Florentin, International Coordinator, represented our agency.
Welcome to participate in the launch of the new evidensed based guide for promoting safe patient handling and movement in the healthcare sector.
During the two years that the corona pandemic was most intense, workers, employers and workplaces in Sweden and around the world were put to the test. But what can we learn from what happened in our workplaces during the pandemic, and how can we use that knowledge in the future?
There is a lack of compiled information and systematic reviews concerned with research on LGTBQ+ persons’ work environment. The Swedish Agency for Work Environment Expertise has published a systematic review on the topic in June 2022.
Headings - The organisational and social work environment of LGTBQ+ persons, The Healthy Workplaces Summit 2022 and Launching – Evidensed based guide for promoting safe patient handling and movement.
The Healthy Workplaces Summit 2022 will bring together leading European experts and decision makers to discuss the results of the Healthy Workplaces Lighten the Load campaign.
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What does it mean when your “closest colleague” is a robot? How do we experience our daily interaction with AI in our workplaces? Read or download our literature review on artificial intelligence, robotisation and the work environment.
Publication: Measuring organizational-level factors that promote healthy working conditions and their long-term development
Read out latest report about factors that promote healthy work conditions. The report is in collaboration with the Swedish Agency for Work Environment Expertise, the Public Health Agency of Sweden and the Swedish Social Insurance Agency.
Although the pandemic is not completely over yet and despite an ongoing war in Europe that creates and intensifies tragedies in many people's lives, the Spring and Nature's rebirth are underway and only that gives hope.
Working as International Coordinator at the Swedish Agency for Work Environment Expertise (SAWEE) my intention this upcoming year is to strengthen existing networks as well as building new ones to create more international collaboration possibilities.
During the current pandemic, we have implemented several projects to identify challenges and possibilities that teleworking and working from home brought with themselves into the Swedish working life and work environment, as well as how the companies reacted in response to these challenges and opportunities.
One of our overall tasks is to communicate the latest work environment research so that it can become useful in practical work-life.
If the planning goes ahead, we will release eight reports. We hope that the reports we publish will be translated into English.
Headings - Knowledge of the pandemic's impact on the work environment, 2022 will be an intense year and Greetings from Therese Florentin our International Coordinator.