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industriAll European Trade Union

Mission Statement

The industriAll European Trade Union aims to develop common views and positions with its affiliates in order to build up efficient strategies to defend the economic, social and cultural interests of the workers in these industries on a basis of solidarity, mutual respect and common principles. The industriAll European Trade Union advocates thorough social reforms, the reinforcement of democracy and the promotion of economic and social progress in Europe. It supports an integrated Europe without borders, with common social standards, a high level of social protection and the involvement of workers and trade union representatives.

The industriAll European Trade Union is established to organize and enhance the collective power of working people in Europe, to defend their rights and advance their common goals with respect to both companies and States. To this end, the industriAll European Trade Union works on pushing forward the coordination and development of collective bargaining, industrial relations and social policies. We aim to be a powerful player in the European policy arena vis-à-vis European companies, European industries, employers’ associations and European institutions.

Our campaign pledge

IndustriAll Europe is committed to be active in this campaign by raising awareness for the OSH aspects of digitalisation and digitised workplaces. We will do so among our member organisations and whenever possible with companies, policy makers and other stakeholders.
We will use social media to disseminate information, draw attention to the campaign and contribute to best practice exchanges.

Isabelle BARTHES

Isabelle BARTHES

Deputy General Secretary

The use of digital tools and AI systems at work should aim to improve health, safety and working conditions. Dangerous tasks in dangerous environments can be performed by a machine. However, human-machine collaboration can lead to new types of risks including psycho-social risks which need to be prevented.
Risk assessments and risk management must ensure that the occupational use of digital devices and applications is geared towards human needs. While employers have a responsibility to take the necessary measures to protect workers, workers’ representatives must also be involved. To make sure that digital tools contribute to a safe work environment, the worker and the employer must be adequately trained. Digital literacy is the best guarantee of human digital oversight and a healthy occupational environment.

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