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Newsletter October 2023

Headings: Effects of Workplace Regulations, The Agency Hosted the 2023 PEROSH Research Conference and William Cockburn Salazar appointed new EU-OSHA Executive Director.

Effects of Workplace Regulations

The Swedish Agency for Work Environment Expertise has initiated a project where the consequences of workplace regulations will be investigated in a literature review. The purpose of this compilation is to map and consolidate research on workplace regulations, their impact, and how they are implemented in workplace practices.

How the Workplace is Affected by Domestic Violence

Analysts from the Swedish Agency for Work Environment Expertise, in collaboration with The Swedish Gender Equality Agency and the Swedish Work Environment Authority, have developed a brochure for employers. It contains knowledge, guidance, advice, and inspiration on how to systematically address issues related to domestic violence.

The Agency Hosted the 2023 PEROSH Conference

The PEROSH conference in Stockholm included, in addition to lectures and presentation of new research in the work occupational safety, also an anniversary celebration when the organisation celebrated 20 years.

Newsletter June 2023

Headings: Working Environment Knowledge for Young People, The work environment of teachers in compulsory schools during the Covid-19 pandemic and Important work for everyone to feel included in their workplaces.

Occupational safety and health stocktaking summit

On May 15-16, we participated in the "Occupational safety and health stocktaking summit" conference. Around 300 politicians and officials from all Member States, representatives from EU institutions, and occupational safety and health experts gathered to discuss the implementation of the EU's strategy for health and safety at work 2021-2027.

Visitors from EU-OSHA

Many tips and advice regarding networks and contact persons, as well as a deeper understanding of each other's work. That was the content of the visit from EU-OSHA when the Interim Executive Director visited us. - We have heard many examples today that will help us in our work, says William Cockburn.

Newsletter March 2023

Headings: The consequences of the corona pandemic on the work environment, Farmers’ psychosocial work environment and mental health and Systematic literature review of the work environment within the Police Force.

Farmers’ psychosocial work environment and mental health

Much of the previous research and improvement efforts in agriculture have focused on the physical work environment. In order to ensure a sustainable and viable work environment for farmers, we believe that knowledge about the farmers’ organisational and psychosocial work environment must also be developed, compiled and disseminated.

Identified knowledge gaps in 2022

Through the knowledge compilations produced by the agency, we gain knowledge about areas where there is a lack of research. Identifying the knowledge gaps is important because they can serve as inspiration for future research. Here is a summary of the knowledge gaps that have been identified in our completed knowledge summaries in 2022.