Welcome to the European Network for Workplace Health Promotion

work. in tune with life.

How to become a healthy workplace

Updates

  • Free course on occupational health and safety for health workers in the context of COVID19

    Banner WHO course

    This  free WHO course on OSH for health workers has aproximatively a duration of one hour and consists of  the following sections: Introduction, Infectious risks to health and safety, Physical risks to health and safety, Psychosocial risks to health and safety and Basic occupational health and safety in health services.

     

  • COVID-19: Protocol for risk assessment and stratification of workers'vulnerability

    COVID-19 Score vulnerability

    The Spanish occupational medicine association has recently published a vulnerability criteria guideline for COVID-19 in workers. They describe it as a tool to identify the more vulnerable workers for COVID-19 that will be useful to value their work limitations.

Become a member

All organisations or persons, being personally or professionally interested or involved in the field of health at work, can become a member of ENWHP. 

ENWHP facilitates the cross - border exchange of information and the dissemination of good workplace health practice in Europe. 

Join us NOW and access to the benefits of networking with peers, participate in policy development, be up to date on the latest research and practice, improve your career development and have free access to new guidelines and recommendations. 

Have a look to the latest ENWHP blog-posts!

Valued tools for coping with COVID-19 

The S.A.F.E. Programme – the Maltese prevention programme at the place of work 

Working at home during the pandemic 

 

 

Completed Projects

  1. PH Work
  2. Work in Tune with Life
  3. Move Europe
  4. WHP in an Enlarging Europe
  5. Healthy Work in an Ageing
  6. Building up Infrastructures
  7. WHP in Latin and Southern European Countries
  8. Public Administration
  9. Small, Healthy and Competitive
  10. Quality Criteria

Activities