Proven e-tools and projects to better manage road safety were presented during a seminar organised by EU-OSHA in September.
A wide variety of situations at work can lead to occupational safety and health (OSH) risks related to professional transport and driving. Participants of the seminar discussed further improvements of the e-tools’ effectiveness with the arrival of new digital technologies and agreed that cooperation between stakeholders and intermediaries is needed to gain recognition of the tools’ benefits among its potential users.
As the e-tools are simple, flexible and free to use, their target scope can be larger, reaching also groups like SMEs and micro businesses.
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