Campaigning for Healthy Workplaces for All Ages
With the 2016-2017 ‘Healthy Workplaces for All Ages’ campaign, Toyota Material Handling and EU-OSHA strive for a working environment that is healthy and productive for employees of all ages. Stimulating active ageing and keeping workers engaged until the end of their career brings numerous benefits. Firstly, employees are healthier and more motivated, while staff turnover and absenteeism are significantly lower, which leads to higher productivity. Secondly, valuable skills and work experience can be shared within the organisation and used to create a greater pool of talent and skills.
For further details on the campaign click here.
With safety as the number-one priority, Toyota Material Handling Europe has been a campaign partner fully supporting the EU-OSHA campaigns for more than 6 years now. Previous collaborations include the 2010-2011 campaign on ’Safe Maintenance’, the 2012-2013 operation, ’Working Together for Risk Prevention’, and the 2014-2015 campaign 'Healthy Workplaces Manage Stress’
To find out how we are specifically supporting our customers in gaining safer operations and how we are managing the safety of our colleagues please refer to our Maximise Safety page here.
A wiki page (http://oshwiki.eu/wiki/Main_Page) has been developed by EU-OSHA on which OSH professionals are able to share their occupational safety and health knowledge, information and best practices. OSHwiki functions as an authoritative source of information that is easily updated, edited or translated and reaches beyond the OSH community.
Healthy Workplaces Good Practice Awards
The Healthy Workplaces Good Practice Awards serve as a platform for sharing information and promoting good practices across Europe with the help of concrete examples of organisations.
We would like to invite all our colleagues, European employers, or other business partners and professionals on Operational Health and Safety at the workplace levels to participate. The winners will receive an award at a ceremony in April 2017.
To find out how you can participate click here