Protect employees from the harmful effects of bio-aerosols: which professions are most susceptible and what can you and your employees do themselves?
40% of fatal occupational accidents occur on the road. By implementing a road traffic policy, you can keep your employees safe while travelling for work.
Traditionally, the transport sector has had many occupational accidents. What causes these accidents and how do you prevent them?
The mental well-being of your workers impacts their personal lives and their performance at work. People end up on extended sick leave when things are getting too much, with considerable consequences. How to recognise signs of anxiety disorder and burnout among your staff? And how can you help?
There are two tools to help you prevent occupational risks: the Global Prevention Plan provides prevention measures that the Annual Action Plan develops.
Unhealthy habits often appear when working from home too. Keep your employees fit with these tips on working healthfully from home.
As an employer, you are required to provide first-aid services within your company.
What are your obligations as a new employer to ensure the well-being of your employees? We’ll help you find out.
Resuming work after a holiday can sometimes cause stress. Follow these tips the make sure you won’t drain immediately the batteries that have just been charged.
Flu vaccination helps prevent the disease and reduces absenteeism among workers. Check out the infographic and see how much you can save.