EU-OSHA Toolkit Helps Employers, Workers Handle Dangerous Substances

 

Animated Films Introduce Safety & Health

 

A new toolkit highlighting the changes to the labeling of chemical substances was recently launched by EU-OSHA. The toolkit helps employers and their workers handle dangerous substances with care and keep themselves safe at work.

 

The new online toolkit includes the film ‘Danger: chemicals!‘, a poster and a leaflet. The central character is ‘Napo’, the hero in a series of animated films, aimed at introducing workplace safety and health in a funny and memorable way.

 

New hazard pictograms for chemical products are being gradually implemented in Member States as part of a globally harmonized system , but recent research by the European Chemicals Agency shows that many of these pictograms are not recognized or properly understood . The kit reminds employers and their workers of the new signage and helps them understand what they mean to keep themselves safe at work.

 

 

Single Exposure to Substances Can Harm Workers’ Health

 

About 15% of Europe’s workers report handling dangerous substances as part of their daily work. Just a single exposure to some of these substances can harm workers’ health, with effects ranging from mild eye and skin irritations to asthma, reproductive problems, birth defects and cancer. EU-OSHA wants to ensure that workers and their employers are familiar with the new chemical hazard pictograms, and handle dangerous substances with care.

 

EU-OSHA is supporting the European Commission in their efforts to raise awareness about the changes in labeling requirements and their relevance for workplaces.

 

A dedicated web section provides access to the toolkit and a variety of additional training materials and guidance documents, as well as ‘frequently asked questions’ on CLP (the European Union’s classification, labeling and packaging regulation) and REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals) that provide more insight on the topic.

 

 

Author Michael B. Stack, CPA, Director of Operations, Amaxx Risk Solutions, Inc. is an expert in employer communication systems and part of the Amaxx team helping companies reduce their workers compensation costs by 20% to 50%. He is a writer, speaker, and website publisher.  www.reduceyourworkerscomp.com. Contact: mstack@reduceyourworkerscomp.com.

 

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Working Together Leads to Zero Fatalities in Construction of Olympic Park

 

Working Together for Risk Prevention
 
The recent 2012 European Week for Safety and Health at Work highlighted the role of strong management leadership combined with active worker participation in making sure that Europe’s workplaces are safe, healthy and productive.
 
Organized by the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) and its partners, the week highlighted events organized across Europe in support of the Healthy Workplaces Campaign ‘Working together for risk prevention’.
 
“Safety and health at work is everyone’s concern and we achieve success by working together,” explained Dr Christa Sedlatschek, director of EU-OSHA. “A good recent example of how things can go well, when employers and employees cooperate, has been the construction of the London 2012 Olympic Park, the largest infrastructure construction site in Europe, involving some 36,000 employees. The construction saw no fatalities – the first time ever for an Olympic stadium – thanks to strong leadership, clear lines of communication and the engagement of staff and partners in health and safety.”
 
 
Two Practical Guides
 
To support the campaign, EU-OSHA prepared two practical guides on management leadership and worker participation in occupational health and safety.
 
Management Leadership in OSH – a practical guide gives business leaders practical information on how safety and health can be improved through effective leadership, worker involvement and ongoing assessment and review.
 
The guide Worker Participation in OSH shows how workers can use their knowledge to actively liaise with managers to improve workplace safety and health. It outlines the respective roles, responsibilities and legal duties of workers, their representatives and employers.
 
The guides also contain useful ‘checklists’ for both employers and workers and their representatives.
 
 
iPad App
 
This material extends into new media, with the iPad app Working together – Healthy Workplaces Campaign, which includes valuable tools and resources for both workers and managers.
 
 
Author Michael B. Stack, CPA, Director of Operations, Amaxx Risk Solutions, Inc. is an expert in employer communication systems and part of the Amaxx team helping companies reduce their workers compensation costs by 20% to 50%. He is a writer, speaker, and website publisher. www.reduceyourworkerscomp.com. Contact: mstack@reduceyourworkerscomp.com.
 
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74 Percent of Workers Believe Safety Issues Addressed with Supervisors Will Be Addressed

The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) has launched its new two-year Healthy Workplaces Campaign on working together for risk prevention.

 
 
EU workplaces are safer and healthier than ever, according to officials. But still every year there are 6.9 million workplace accidents and millions more work-related diseases. The human suffering of poor safety and health is immeasurable, but the economic cost is estimated at 490 billion euros (645 billion dollars)  a year – more than half the current cost of the EU's financial crisis bail-out fund. EU-OSHA's new campaign turns the spotlight on the importance of management leadership and worker participation in improving workplace safety and health. [WCx]
 
 
Launching the campaign in Brussels, the EU Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, László Andor, alongside Dr. Christa Sedlatschek, director of EU-OSHA and Bo Smith, permanent secretary at the Danish Ministry of Employment, called for workers and employees to work together to lay the foundations for a more sustainable risk prevention culture in Europe.
 
 
Andor stated thatEurope has made a lot of progress in the area of occupational safety and health in the past decade and we have to continue our work in this area. This is one of the key policies to make active ageing a reality, which is the aim of the European Year in 2012. There is evidence that prioritizing health and safety is not just the right thing to do, it is also good for business. Benefits include reduced costs and increased productivity; a happier and more productive workforce; lower rates of worker absence and turnover; fewer accidents; improved standing among suppliers and partners; greater awareness and control of workplace risks; and a better reputation for sustainability among investors, customers and communities.”
 
 
“The most effective results are achieved if workers and managers join together,” added Sedlatschek. ‘Therefore the campaign is focusing on encouraging both bosses and top managers to show leadership in actively engaging in risk reduction and workers, their representatives and other stakeholders to work together with managers to reduce risks. There is still action to be taken and here our Healthy Workplaces Campaign plays a major role, offering simple and practical guidance to working together.’
 
 
Results from EU-OSHA's recent pan-European opinion poll on occupational safety and health (OSH) give cause for optimism for the campaign's success. The poll shows that on the whole, EU workers (74%) feel confident that an occupational health and safety problem raised with a supervisor would be addressed; and generally Europeans (67%) consider themselves well informed about occupational health and safety. But there are big differences between Member States and a key aim of the campaign is to share good practice to raise the levels of risk prevention in companies of all sizes and in all sectors wherever they might be situated in the EU.
 
 
Research confirms that whatever an organization’s size, leadership from the top and the active participation of workers are crucial to successful health and safety management. The European Survey of Enterprises on New and Emerging Risks (ESENER) shows that worker participation combined with management commitment leads to far better occupational safety and health performance. Enterprises with high worker participation combined with high management commitment, for example, are 10 times more likely to have a documented OSH policy in place. This has the additional benefit of these measures being perceived as more effective.
 
 
The campaign encompasses a range of activities at national and European level, including the 11th European Good Practice Awards. The Awards, to be announced in April 2013, highlight the best examples of managers and employees working together for risk prevention. Organized by EU-OSHA, in cooperation with the Member States and the incumbent Council Presidencies of the European Union, the Awards are now officially open for entries, via EU-OSHA’s network of national focal points: (http://osha.europa.eu/en/campaigns/competitions/good-practice-award_2012-2013/).[WCx]
 
 
The campaign will be led at the national level by EU-OSHA’s national focal points and official campaign partners. To download the official campaign guide and other campaign materials (presentations, publications and promotional material in 24 languages) and find campaign events happening across Europe, visit the Healthy Workplaces Campaign 2012-13 website: www.healthy-workplaces.eu
 
 
 

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Europe Transport Safety Counsel Calling for Entries in Work Related Road Safety Event

The European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) reports that it has launched a new call for entries in its third annual competition on work related road safety.
 
 
I hope this award will motivate employers to take on the challenge and reap the benefits of managing road safety as an integral part of their working practice. Introducing road safety measures makes good business sense, particularly in a tough economic climate when employers should want to cut the costs of collisions in their vehicle fleets,” said Antonio Avenoso, ETSC executive director. (WCxKit)
 
 
The competition is part of the ETSC project: Preventing Road Accidents and Injuries for the Safety of Employees (PRAISE). PRAISE aims to increase road safety in the work context and “praise” best practices in order to help employers secure high road safety standards for their employees.
 
 
Part of the project is a competition which aims to spur on companies throughout the EU to tackle road safety at work. ETSC is searching for entrants who can demonstrate what they have achieved through their efforts to reduce collisions at work and/or while commuting to and from work. ETSC’s panel of judges will evaluate entrants based on a number of criteria including evidence of progress, innovation and lasting efforts. The ‘PRAISE Awards are presented annually at the PRAISE Brunch to employers identified for responsibly taking on the road safety challenge.
 
 
Previous winners include British Telecom, the Irish Electricity Supply Board and KTL4.
 
 
There are two separate categories in the competition: one for SMEs (Small-Medium Enterprise) and one category for larger employers.
 
 
Employers rewarded by PRAISE will receive positive recognition for their efforts made in road safety and press coverage. Moreover, they will have the opportunity to exchange best practice with other companies committed to road safety thus creating new business opportunities.
 
 
Finally, ETSC hopes that employer’s commitment to work-related road safety will increase by receiving recognition for their efforts. (WCxKit)
 
 
Employers who wish to apply to receive the award can find all relevant information and an electronic application form at: http://www.etsc.eu/PRAISE-award.php.
 
 
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Find Out Which 7 Organizations Joined Europe OSHA

In the second year of EU-OSHA’s* Healthy Workplaces Campaign on safe maintenance, the number of official campaign partners rose to 52 as seven more pan-European organizations and multinational companies from a range of public and private sectors joined. They are:
 
1.      The European Association of Paritarian Institutions of Social Protection
 
2.      Standing Committee of European Doctors
 
3.      DuPont Sustainable Solutions
 
4.      European Chemical Transport Association
 
5.      European Operating Room Nurses Association
 
6.      Golder Associates
 
7.      European Aggregates Association
*European Union-Occupational Safety and Health Administration
 
 
As many as 20% of all workplace accidents in Europe are connected with maintenance, with organizations across the continent increasingly aware that action is necessary to combat maintenance related hazards. With this in mind, over a quarter (26.8%) of the partners cited the improvement of safe and healthy work conditions for employees and employers alike, as the main reason for their participation in the campaign. (WCxKit)
 
 
The partners identified further reasons for their participation, such as aiming to engage their own workers and/or members in managing safety and health (16.01%), or sharing good practices (5.39%). Other partners associated their participation with an opportunity to work closely with like-minded organizations (14.4%).
 
 
"Renowned companies, organizations and associations from a wide range of sectors such as the chemical industry, pharmaceuticals, healthcare, manufacturing, and construction, among many others, have joined our Campaign," Jukka Takala, director of EU-OSHA said. "We are delighted that the issue of safe maintenance has been incorporated in industries and workplaces across Europe helping transform the daily lives of workers. I’d like to welcome our seven new 'ambassadors' and look forward to working in cooperation with them for the remainder of the campaign."
 
 
Since the start of the campaign in late April 2010, good practice in safe maintenance has been promoted by the partners all around Europe through a wide variety of activities. The many seminars and conferences across Europe touched on specific topics, such as the latest occupational safety and health products and services available to help improve conditions in workplaces throughout the continent.
 
 
One of the partners also invented a scheme that develops, assesses, and certifies the competency of personnel responsible for the installation and maintenance of equipment in hazardous areas. Today this tool operates not only within the EU but also in locations across the globe. (WCxKit)
 
 
The new Official Campaign Partners will be recognized during a ceremony November 22-23, 2011 in Bilbao, which also plays host to the closing event of the Healthy Workplaces Campaign 2010/11 on safe maintenance.
 
 
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European OSHA Launches Website to Protect Road Transport Workers

People working in the road transport sector face many more risks than just the danger of having a collision – that is the message of the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA), which recently launched a new web site to help keep drivers safe.
 
 
Coinciding with the launch of the United Nation’s (UN) Decade of Action on Road Safety 2011-2020, EU-OSHA provides access to a series of reports and other resources to help meet the challenges of managing health and safety in the road transport sector. (WCxKit)
 
 
In 2009 more than a thousand lorry drivers died in crashes in Europe, 60% of them were light duty lorry drivers. Bicycle and motorcycle couriers, van and lorry drivers, chauffeurs, and bus and coach drivers are particularly at risk of dying in a road accident or suffering non-fatal injuries.
 
 
As well as death and injury in collisions, these workers face serious risks from handling loads, slips and falls from vehicles, exposure to vibration, and robbery and violence, among others. Yet making drivers in the road transport sector aware of the risks they face, and what they can do about them, can be challenging. Drivers generally operate alone, and they are often used to very independent ways of working. Most companies in the sector are small open-ended enterprises employing fewer than 10 workers, and many drivers are self-employed.
 
 
EU-OSHA’s new web section gives access to a wide range of resources, covering the risks faced by workers in the road transport sector, and practical examples, from across Europe and beyond, of campaigns and initiatives that have improved occupational safety and health (OSH) among drivers. Some of the material deals with the issues facing specific groups within the sector, such as delivery and despatch riders, taxi drivers, and drivers in road haulage and passenger transport.
 
 
Successful OSHA initiatives in road transport are generally those that take account of how the sector operates in practice. Advice and solutions need to be based on driver’s practical experience if they are to tackle the real problems effectively and engage drivers, including solutions that are developed by drivers for drivers. Working in partnership with employers, managers, vehicle operators, loading staff, and receivers and dispatchers of goods, as well as with the social partners and road safety organizations, has also proven itself effective.
 
 
The reports include a review of programs and campaigns to reach and influence the road transport sector on OSH matters, case studies of prevention practices covering road haulage and bus passenger transport, reviews of good practice guidance available for the taxi sector and courier activities by motorcycle and bicycle, and a review of road transport accidents.
 
 
A pair of fact sheets on campaigning and managing risks to drivers can be obtained in 24 languages at http://osha.europa.eu/en/publications/factsheets.
 
 
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Scandinavian Study Shows Cancer Rates in 5 Countries by Profession

The NOCCA (Nordic Occupational Cancer) project recently reviewed some 2.8 million cases of cancer in five Scandinavian countries: Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark.
 
 
This project relates localization of cancers to the patient’s professional activities. It takes account of the professions exercised by 15 million persons in the last four decades (from the early 60s to the end of the 90s). (WCxKit)
 
 
The results of the project show significant ties existing between working conditions and cancers. In certain cases, these results confirm ties that are already known, such as the relation between mesothelioma and professions involving exposure to asbestos (plumbers, sailors, etc.), skin cancers and fishermen and farmers who work outdoors, cancers of the nasal fossae and workers in the wood industry, a very large number of cancers in the building industry where workers are subjected to multiple exposure.
 
 
In other cases, the results of the project have brought new data.
 
 
For example, the project identified a greater prevalence of cancers of the mouth and the vagina among women working in the chemical industry; skin cancers and breast cancers (in both men and women) and ovarian cancers in people working in the printing industry; thyroid cancers among women working in agriculture.
 
 
To see more on this report, visit: http://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.1080/02841860902913546
 
 
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France Proposes New Cancer Classification for Formaldehyde Exposure

The French government has submitted a proposal to the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) requesting the classification of formaldehyde be upgraded to a category one carcinogen.

According to ECHA, the dossier concerning formaldehyde is currently being processed. If it clears the accordance check and is accepted by the Member State Committee (MSC) for consideration, a public consultation could start by the end of the year or early 2011 – although the process can take longer, the agency notes (WCxKit)

At present at EU level the substance is classed as a category 3 carcinogen under the old dangerous substances Directive (DSD), which is being progressively replaced by CLP. A category 1 or 2 classification under the DSD or a 1A or 1B classification under CLP would have significant implications for use of formaldehyde, which has a wide range of applications.

The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has classified formaldehyde as carcinogenic to humans (Group 1). Formaldehyde is used mainly in the production of resins that are used as adhesives and binders for wood products, paper pulp, paper, glasswool and rockwool. It is also used extensively in the production of plastics and coatings, textile finishing and the manufacture of industrial chemicals. It is used as a disinfectant and preservative in many applications.

In July 2009, the European Federation of Building and Wood Workers (EFBWW) and the European Furniture Manufacturers Federation (EFMF) adopted a statement in which they requested the EU to legislate on formaldehyde. (WCxKit)

France’s National Research and Safety Institute (INRS) estimates that more than a million European workers are exposed to formaldehyde to some degree or other.

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European Agency of Safety and Health At Work (EU-OSHA)

Newly published research by the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) suggests that economic incentive schemes encouraging companies to invest in risk prevention are a cost-effective option for governments looking to cut the numbers of work related accidents and illnesses. (WCxKit)
The EU-OSHA report on economic incentives was launched at a conference of the International Occupational Hygiene Association (IOHA) ‘Health, Work and Social Responsibility’ in Rome recently.
Many EU Member States already offer various kinds of financial reward for businesses that invest in keeping their employees safe. These rewards range from lower insurance premiums, state subsidies and grants, through to tax breaks, and preferential terms for bank loans for the best-performing businesses.
Three out of 14 case studies highlighted in the project provided sufficient data to conduct a cost–benefit analysis. All three resulted in a positive payout ratio, ranging from 1.01 – 4.81 Euros return for every Euro invested. Quantitative criteria covered accident rates, sick leave, and general improvement in working conditions.
For example, an incentive scheme introduced in the German butchery sector in 2002 led to a 28% fall in reportable accidents over the following six years compared to a 16% fall in the sector as a whole. In total numbers this means there were about 1,000 fewer accidents per year in incentivized companies.
According to EU-OSHA Director Jukka Takala, “Our economic incentives project has already encouraged different EU Member States to learn from each other, and exchange good practice in designing incentive schemes. All in all, the report shows that economic incentives can be effective in all Member States, regardless of wide differences in terms of their social security and accident insurance systems.”
As a result of the project, the Italian workers compensation authority INAIL has developed a new incentive scheme which takes into account the experiences and good practice of other countries and therefore is based on the best available international knowledge. With a budget of over 60 million Euros the INAIL scheme is particularly targeting small and medium-sized enterprises and, according to expert estimations, could lead to a benefit of 180 million Euros at society level.
The new EU-OSHA report reflects a growing interest in economic incentives, as a means of motivating organizations to invest in occupational health and safety. There is increasing recognition that enforcement of regulations is not enough on its own, if the EU is to reach the target of a 25% reduction in workplace accidents, set out in its Community Strategy on Health and Safety.
The EU-OSHA report includes a review of existing research on economic incentives, an overview of government policy in the different EU Member States regarding reward schemes, and a collection of case studies giving details of how incentives have been used, in different European countries and across a wide range of sectors. The report evaluates the effectiveness of different incentive schemes, and identifies a number of success factors. (WCxKit).
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