Digital platform work: 28 million reasons why safety and health policies matter

To understand how recent policy initiatives are shaping the occupational safety and health of digital platform workers, read our policy brief. It examines a range of solutions introduced by countries in the European Unio...

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Higher job automation risk in routine and precarious work, CEDEFOP AI skill survey finds

The EU Agency Cedefop has published the first insights from its Artificial Intelligence (AI) skills survey.Key findings show that about one in seven workers in European workplaces usually work with digital tools or appli...

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Integrating artificial intelligence at work: automation of tasks

While traditional industrial robots have been present in factories since the 1950s, the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) and modern robotic systems has increased in EU workplaces during the last decade. This t...

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Empowering workplace safety voices through media partnership

EU-OSHA’s media partnership programme recognises media organisations as champions of safer and healthier workplaces, providing them with tools and connections to amplify their impact. It aims to foster a collaborative an...

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Automation in health care: discover what it is at stake for occupational safety and health

Technologies such as robots that aid in the lifting and moving of patients and AI-based systems that assist clinicians in diagnosis can cut physical and psychosocial occupational safety and health (OSH) risks. They help ...

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