Work Accidents Know NO Borders
Stay safe and healthy while posted to work abroad
The OSH e-Observatory provides information and evidence-based analysis of data on occupational safety and health of posted workers in the EU. The purpose of e-Observatory is to collect and enhance relevant information for stakeholders (posted workers, employers, competent public authorities, trade unions, employers' associations, NGOs), researchers and media about the overlooked issue of OSH in the context of posting abroad to provide services. The e-Observatory is co-created and regularly updated by a group of researchers involved in the EaSI-Progress funded project POOSH - Occupational Safety and Health of Posted Workers, with the intention to enhance access to information and inform public and policy debates on the issue.
Video from the final POOSH conference in Venice: POOSH round table discussion, 11 October 2018 (left).
Videos from the POOSH conference "Employment/Working Conditions, Occupational Safety and Health of Posted Workers".
The conference took place in Ljubljana on 15 February 2017.
Ljubljana, December, 2020
Project Con3Post (Posting of Third Country Nationals, EaSI-Progress, VP/2018/011/0019 ) explored the growing and under-researched trend of recruiting and posting of TCNs in the construction sector in order to produce new evidence-based knowledge, provide space for multi-stakeholder transnational cooperation and exchange of information within and beyond the EU, and promote fair and safe working conditions for workers. It specifically addressed the issue of OSH of TCN posted workers. Visit project's web-site or explore project's main outcomes in news articles under News and Information here.VISIT WEB-SITE
A new policy brief on occupational safety and health of posted workers has been recently published by European Centre in Vienna.SEE DOCUMENT
Brussels, October, 2017
The Senior Labour Inspectors Committee (SLIC) launches an information and enforcement campaign to promote occupational safety and health (OSH) of temporary agency workers and cross-border workers. Entitled “Safe and healthy work for temporary jobs”, the campaign runs from October 2017 to May 2019.VISIT WEBSITE