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EU Parliament tender procedure


The European Parliament (EP) seeks currently to contract consulting services in order to support the European Parliament's Prevention and Well-Being at Work Unit in managing the occupational risks faced by staff of the EP (TED ref.: 2022/S 015-031143).

For detailed information, please follow  the link  towards the tender documents. Questions will be dealt with through the same e-tendering platform.

PerOSH Wellbeing at work Conference 2022: wellbeing in hectic times

The dead line for call for abstracts for the wellbeing at work conference has been extended to the 15th February. Don't miss the opportunity of sharing your experience and project results to an  researchers and practitioners audience.

ENWHP Job offer: Network officer


The ENWHP is looking for a multitasking collaborator for its secretariat. Here are some of the characteristics we are looking for:

Project delivery support: Knowledge of EU funding schemes. 

Engagement: Experience and knowledge of delivering effective member/customer orientated service AND Experience of collaborative working internationally and with EU institutions.

Business management: Experience of diary co-ordination and arranging meetings together with all related duties; Minute taking skills; Experience of Zoom, MS Teams or other virtual meeting platforms.

Mental Agility: The ability to find ways of solving or pre-empting problems.

Communication: Evidence of written and oral communication in other EU languages.

It is open to all EU citizens. We thank the University of Perugia (one of our members) for the collaboration for the selection of the candidate. The selection will be done on line with teams. Please follows the instructions at this following link:

The deadline for sending your CV and documentation is the 22/July/2021 

Free for read ISO 45003:2021(en) Guidelines for managing psychosocial risks


Good news. ISO - International Organization for Standardization has made the decision to make #ISO45003 #Guidelines for managing #psychosocial risks at work free to read as part of its #covid19response. You can read the guidance standard at



World's first standard for psychological health and safety at the workplace

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ISO-45003 Occupational health and safety management – Psychological health and safety at work – Guidelines for managing psychosocial risks has been officially published.  This voluntary standard gives guidance on managing psychological health and safety risks within an occupational health and safety management system. Perhaps, worth to be read to see if it can help to face the mental health wave resulting from COVID-19.



Two great resources for COVID-19 management

The COVINFORM project: 1) assess COVID-19 responses and impacts in a multilevel governance framework, focusing on government, public health, and citizen responses and the role of information and communication at all stages of the pandemic.; and 2) develop an online portal and toolkit for stakeholders in the governmental, public health, and civil society/community domains and guidance and recommendations for designing effective communication and combating misinformation.

The ISO/PAS 45005:2020 Occupational health and safety management — General guidelines for safe working during the COVID-19 pandemic (read-only availbale) which includes practical recommendations to organizations and workers on how to manage COVID-19 related risks and is suitable for organizations resuming operations, those that have been operational throughout the pandemic, and those that are starting operations. 


Public consultation on the EU Strategic Framework on Health and Safety at Work (2021-2027)



As part of its 2021 work programme, A Union of vitality in a world of fragility, the European Commission will bring forward a new European Union OSH Strategic Framework.

You have until 1st March to provide your feedback on the future EU Strategic Framework on Health and Safety at Work (2021-2027). 




German prevention report 2020 on workplace health promotion

Banner WHP 2020 german reportThe German prevention report 2020 was recently published (in german). 

The statutory health insurance companies are obliged to finance company health promotion measures. The German Prevention Guide defines the quality standards for the measures. 

The legal basis for the commitment of the health insurance companies in this field can be found in §20b SGBV (Social Code V). In 2019, the health insurance funds spent 239,911,574 Euros for this segment of prevention services, which corresponds to 3.28 euros per insured person. This amount was both higher than in the previous year (2.37 euros) and above the benchmark for 2019 of 3.15 euros. Of this amount, the health insurance funds actually spent 0.77 euros in hospitals and nursing homes, i.e. for health promotion in care. In the last ten years, the health insurance companies have been able to win over more and more companies for health promotion and prevention measures. In 2019, 23,221 businesses could be reached directly. This corresponds to an increase of 19% compared to the previous year. As in previous years, health promotion measures were most frequently carried out in the manufacturing sector. Here the employees are often exposed to great physical strain, which is why initiatives to reduce and compensate for these strains are necessary

In 2019, the health insurance companies were able to reach 2.3 million employees directly; 8% of the companies had a high proportion of “unskilled” employees. In these companies, it can be assumed that there will be an increased demand for WHP.


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