The European Union’s strategy for occupational safety and health has helped to achieve a 25% reduction in accidents at work across member states, but more effort is needed to tackle occupational health risks, argues Matthew Holder, from the British Safety Council.
Europe is a simple word disguising large political, economic and cultural variety. Each member state has its own challenges for occupational safety and health (OSH), its own legal-political approaches and different set of priorities.
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