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Prevention, now more than ever: Social Europe’s New Framework for Safer and Healthier Work

The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) is organising a virtual symposium in Bilbao on 5 July 2021 to discuss the new EU Strategic Framework on Health and Safety at Work 2021-2027. This new framework will touch on major issues about the future in one of the key areas of Europe’s Social Pillar and will address relevant questions about the prevention of accidents and illnesses in the workplace, future health crises, the green, digital and demographic transitions at work, and the role of EU-OSHA in supporting Member States and Social Partners in this new landscape.

The event will start with an opening session, featuring EU Commissioner Nicolas Schmit, Professor Sir Michael Marmot and EU-OSHA Executive Director Christa Sedlatschek, followed by an interactive panel discussion in which the audience will be encouraged to engage and ask questions. This panel discussion will include representatives from the Slovenian EU Council Presidency, the European Parliament, trade unions and employers, the European Commission, and EU-OSHA.

The symposium will be held online and is open to the general public.

Closer to the event a link and instructions on how to connect will be provided.

Speakers:

Christa Sedlatschek, EU-OSHA Executive Director

Nicolas Schmit, European Commissioner for Jobs and Social Rights

Professor Sir Michael Marmot, Director of the International Institute for Society and Health and MRC Research Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health, University College, London

Renārs Lūsis, Chair of the EU-OSHA Management Board

Mateja Ribič, State Secretary, Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities representing the Slovenian EU Council Presidency

Marianne Vind, Member of the European Parliament

Teresa Moitinho, Senior Expert, DG EMPL, European Commission

Marian Schaapman, Head of Office of the Working Conditions, Health and Safety Unit, European Trade Union Institute

Rebekah Smith, Deputy Director in the Social Affairs Department, BusinessEurope

William Cockburn, Head of Prevention and Research Unit, EU-OSHA

Brenda O’Brien, Manager of the Brussels Liaison Office, EU-OSHA

Location: Bilbao

The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) is organising a virtual symposium in Bilbao on 5 July 2021 to discuss the new EU Strategic Framework on Health and Safety at Work 2021-2027. This new framework will touch on major issues about the future in one of the key areas of Europe’s Social Pillar and will address relevant questions about the prevention of accidents and illnesses in the workplace, future health crises, the green, digital and demographic transitions at work, and the role of EU-OSHA in supporting Member States and Social Partners in this new landscape.
The event will start with an opening session, featuring EU Commissioner Nicolas Schmit, Professor Sir Michael Marmot and EU-OSHA Executive Director Christa Sedlatschek, followed by an interactive panel discussion in which the audience will be encouraged to engage and ask questions. This panel discussion will include representatives from the Slovenian EU Council Presidency, the European Parliament, trade unions and employers, the European Commission, and EU-OSHA.
The symposium will be held online and is open to the general public.
Closer to the event a link and instructions on how to connect will be provided.
Speakers:
Christa Sedlatschek, EU-OSHA Executive Director
Nicolas Schmit, European Commissioner for Jobs and Social Rights
Professor Sir Michael Marmot, Director of the International Institute for Society and Health and MRC Research Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health, University College, London
Renārs Lūsis, Chair of the EU-OSHA Management Board
Mateja Ribič, State Secretary, Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities representing the Slovenian EU Council Presidency
Marianne Vind, Member of the European Parliament
Teresa Moitinho, Senior Expert, DG EMPL, European Commission
Marian Schaapman, Head of Office of the Working Conditions, Health and Safety Unit, European Trade Union Institute
Rebekah Smith, Deputy Director in the Social Affairs Department, BusinessEurope
William Cockburn, Head of Prevention and Research Unit, EU-OSHA
Brenda O’Brien, Manager of the Brussels Liaison Office, EU-OSHA

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