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Commission Staff Working Paper: Annex to the health and consumer protection strategy and programme: Extended Impact Assessment
(COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES, 2005)
Statistics in Focus: Population and social conditions. Occupational Diseases in Europe in 2001.
Based on the experiences of a pilot data collection performed in 1998 (data of 1995) Eurostat has collected the first statistical data on recognised occupational diseases (EODS) for the reference year 2001. Recognition ...
Statistics in Focus: Population and social conditions. The health and safety of men and women at work.
Men are more likely than women to suffer accidents at work. In 1998, an average of just under 5,300 men in the EU per 100,000 men employed were involved in accidents either at work or related to the job which they were ...
Statistics in Focus: Population and social conditions. Work-related health problems in the EU 1998-1999.
On the basis of the results available for 11 Member States from the European Union Labour Force Survey (self-assessment by survey respondents of their work-related state of health), it is estimated ...