European Agency for Safety and Health at Work | Consolidated Annual Activity Report 2020


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Key conclusions in relation to operational activities 

In 2020, the global COVID-19 pandemic has made occupational safety and health an even more relevant topic on the EU agenda. EU-OSHA has been strongly involved in the EU response to the crisis. Early on, EU-OSHA provided COVID-19 guidance for the workplace, an OiRA COVID-19 risk assessment tool along with other resources to facilitate the return to workplaces in safe and healthy conditions3 . As regards the operations of EU-OSHA, the Agency was able to deliver its planned work programme almost in its entirety and at the same time to assume and deliver unplanned COVID-19 related tasks and meet its stakeholders’ needs in uncertain and challenging times. This is in no small part due to the flexibility and commitment shown by the Agency's national focal points and the national tripartite networks which they operate.

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