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Health and Safety Law

Compliance - guidance - training

22 MAR 2016

Small businesses

Small businesses
An EU-OSHA report has been published, which examines the economic aspects of occupational safety and health (OSH) interventions in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Case studies in the existing literature were identified and examined. In addition, 13 new case studies on OSH initiatives in European SMEs were developed, with a business case for each intervention prepared according to a common model. The OSH interventions studied were generally profitable, and these new case studies therefore provide a useful tool to allow owners and managers of SMEs an insight into the potential benefits of improving  OSH and the key factors involved in carrying out a cost–benefit analysis. 

The publication can be accessed on the EU-OSHA website.
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