Meet Brigitte, James, Jolanta, Anna, Nauras, Ebrahim and Carlos in ‘Seven lives’. Learn about how each of them found their way and successfully completed a professional project thanks to projects and programmes financially supported by the European Social Fund (ESF).
Lähiaastatel muudetakse klassifitseerimise, märgistamise ja pakendamise määrusega (CLP määrus) kemikaalide ohtlikkuse järgi klassifitseerimise korda. Selle tulemusel muutub etikettidel ja ohutuskaartidel teabe esitamine kemikaalide kasutajatele. Kemikaalidega töötavad inimesed peavad nende muudatustega kohanema ning käesolev dokument annab selleks praktilisi nõuandeid. Selles selgitatakse, kuidas need muudatused mõjutavad teie kohustusi vastavalt mitmesugustele ELi töötajate kaitse direktiividele (keemiliste mõjurite, kantserogeenide ja mutageenide, ohutusmärkide, rasedate töötajate ja noorte kaitse kohta tööl).
Over the next few years, new legislation known as the CLP regulation is changing how chemical products are classified to identify hazards, and how this information is communicated on labels and safety data sheets (SDSs).
This document is intended to provide practical guidance to employers and workers on how the directly acting CLP regulation (Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 on the Classification, Labelling and Packaging of Substances and Mixtures) will affect the following worker protection directives:
chemical agents directive (98/24/EC);
carcinogens and mutagens directive (2004/37/EC);
safety signs directive (92/58/EEC);
pregnant workers directive (92/85/EEC);
young people at work directive (94/33/EC).
These directives have been implemented in the national legislation of each Member State. Information on this legislation and general guidance on how to comply will normally be available from the authorities responsible for occupational health and safety in each Member State.
This publication is available in printed format in English, French and German.
This booklet is designed for anyone who is thinking of moving to live and work abroad – or
else commuting daily to work in a neighbouring country, as a cross-border worker. It includes tips on looking for and applying for work in each European Union Member State, plus Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland. All these countries have an agreement to allow each other's citizens to travel and work in any of the other countries.
This publication will be available in printed format and as eBook in all EU official languages as well as in Icelandic and Norwegian.
This paper reviews the current problems in obtaining timely information on social developments within
EU Member States, and reports on a stocktaking exercise of existing national approaches to providing
timely social data, as well as the possibilities that are being explored within the framework of the
European Statistical System (ESS) to improve the situation.
It is available online in English only.
Välismaal elamine ja töötamine on põnev võimalus igas vanuses eurooplaste jaoks. Üha rohkem inimesi mõistab, kui kasulik on omandada töökogemusi mõnes teises Euroopa riigis. Sellele vaatamata elab ja töötab vaid ligikaudu 3% Euroopa kodanikest mujal kui liikmesriigis, kust nad on pärit. Ajutine töö välismaal, isegi lühiajaline, aitab täiendada oskusi ja suurendada kodumaal parema töökoha leidmise võimalusi.
Käesolev juhend kirjeldab, kuidas leida tööd välismaalt. Käesolev trükis on avaldatud kõigis Euroopa Liidu ametlikes keeltes ning islandi ja norra keeles.
Ligikaudu 3% Euroopa kodanikest elab ja töötab teises liikmesriigis kui oma päritoluriik. Nad rikastavad töökohta uute vaatenurkade ja oskustega ning pakuvad tööandjatele võimalust leida kõige sobivamaid töötajaid suure hulga kandidaatide hulgast. Käesolev juhend kirjeldab, kuidas toimub töötajate otsimine välismaalt. Käesolev trükis on avaldatud kõigis Euroopa Liidu ametlikes keeltes ning islandi ja norra keeles.
The report on the performance of the EU Progress programme in 2012 provides a key insight into how the programme has fared in meeting EU goals in the fields of employment, social inclusion and social protection, working conditions, equality between women and men and fight against discriminations. It analyses the significant contribution of the activities funded through Progress to the implementation of the Europe 2020 strategy, in terms of policy coordination, implementation of EU laws and support to the main stakeholders. The report supports concrete outcomes by providing them with visibility, focusing on the evolving policy priorities in the relevant policy areas, and the main challenges still facing the EU. The report is available in electronic format in English.
The Progress factsheet for 2012 takes a look at some of the key figures of the Progress performance monitoring report 2012 about the results of the EU Programme for employment and social solidarity. It offers readers a glance at how Progress has contributed to the implementation of the Europe 2020 strategy, by summarising some of the major analytical, mutual learning, awareness raising and dissemination activities that have been funded. It is available in printed format in English, French and German.
According this edition of the EU Employment and Social Situation Quarterly Review, labour market and social challenges have been growing over recent months, as the EU is still faced with ever higher unemployment and the lowest employment figures since the onset of the crisis.
The employment and social situation in the EU remained critical in the first quarter of 2013 with employment receding overall and unemployment rising further, trends which concentrate in the southern members of the euro area. The situation of many households, and of young people in particular, remains serious. Nearly a quarter of economically active young people in the EU are unemployed. The sharp fall in young people's employment in some countries partly reflects differences in labour market structures, and in particular the role of temporary contracts. In the context of divergence across the EU, the number of people wanting to move to another country has substantially increased. The Review also notes the importance of quality childcare in mitigating inequalities at an early stage and explores the results of the first wave of the European Central Bank's Household Finance and Consumption Survey. Recent developments in the financial and insurance activities sector, as well as in Slovenia and Croatia, are also analysed in this edition.
This publication is available in electronic format in English.