The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) has issued guidance on coming back to work.
The Commission attaches the greatest importance to ensuring that workers can return to the workplace in a safe and healthy environment. Therefore, the guidance issued today represents a crucial EU contribution in this important period.It also contains links to national information on specific sectors and occupations.The guidance covers several areas:
- Risk assessment and appropriate measures
- Involving workers
- Taking care of workers who have been ill
- Planning and learning for the future
- Staying well informed
- Information for sectors and occupations
The guidance prepared by EU-OSHA in cooperation with the European Commission has also benefitted from the inputs of the tripartite Advisory Committee on Safety and Health at Work and the Senior Labour Inspectors Committee. It will be updated regularly with reliable information as the situation evolves.
European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) is the European Union information agency for occupational safety and health.
At the beginning of the coronavirus crisis, EU-OSHA already published guidance for workplaces. It compiled the most significant information and advice available on the coronavirus outbreak.