European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA)
Agence européenne pour la sécurité et la santé au travail
Agencia Europea para la Seguridad y la Salud en el Trabajo
18 Jul 1994, by E-XE3068 - Council of the European Union, having been proposed 30 Sep 1991, by E-XE2442 - European Commission (EC). Operational since Sep 1996. Comprises one of the decentralized agencies set up under the T-XT9113 - Treaty on European Union (Maastricht Treaty) by the F-XF2147 - European Union (EU) to carry out specialized technical or scientific work on a wide range of subjects. Previously also referred to under the acronym EASHW.
Collect, analyse and communicate information on occupational safety and health across the EU; make Europe's workplaces safer, healthier and more productive, by promoting a culture of risk prevention and sharing good practice.
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Management Board, consisting of representatives from all Members States representing the 3 key stakeholders groups (governments, employers' and worker organizations) as well as representatives of the European Commission and European Parliament; Executive Board of 8 Members; Director.
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