Skip to content

Document -

Positive effects of steel workers’ direct participation in managing health, safety and psychosocial risks at the workplace

Encouraging people to talk about their problems at work, especially psychosocial problems, is a key element in prevention strategies. Eurofound releases a new report that looks at industrial relations practices regarding health and safety strategies in the European steel sector by analysing company practices in ArcelorMittal (FR), Rautaruukki (FIN) and Salzgitter AG (DE).
  • License: Non-commercial use
    The Content may be downloaded, used and shared with others, provided that the Content is unmodified, used as a whole and for a non-commercial purpose.The author or creator shall be attributed to the extent and in the manner required by good practice (this means e.g. that photographers must almost always be attributed).
  • File format: .docx
Download

Press contacts

James Higgins

James Higgins

Press contact Press and media relations +353-1-204-3100
Måns Mårtensson

Måns Mårtensson

Press contact Media & Promotion Manager Media relations, marketing and promotion +353-1-204 3124

Related stories

Eurofound, a tripartite European Union Agency, provides knowledge to assist in the development of social, employment and work-related policies

Eurofound (European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions) is a tripartite EU body, whose mission is to provide knowledge to assist in the development of better social, employment and work-related policies.

Eurofound
Wyattville Road
D18 KP65 Loughlinstown
Ireland