Healthy Workplaces Campaign
In Europe, in many workplaces, workers are exposed to dangerous substances. Exposure to such substances is more common than you might think, and, in fact, may occur in almost all workplaces. They are a source of major safety and health concerns.
A dangerous substance is any solid, liquid or gas that can cause damage to the safety or health of workers. Exposure can occur through inhalation, skin penetration or ingestion.
The EFCS aims at creating safer and healthier workplaces to improve everyone’s welfare at work.
The EFCS is present within the headquarters of the European Commission via the Sport Info Day Erasmus+ programme.
The goal of this European Sport programme is to promote the integrity of sport (fight against doping, against match-fixing, against violence, against intolerance and discrimination), as well as good governance, health and sport, sport diplomacy, traditional sport, dual careers, volunteers’ mobilisation, social inclusion, etc…
Sport Unit Eu Commission
For 5 years, the European Week of Sport has helped tackle the physical inactivity crisis by encouraging Europeans to embrace a healthy and active lifestyle.
This week is getting popular. From five million participants and 7,000 events in 2015, the 2018 edition drew in a staggering 12 million participants accross 48,500 events.
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Sport and Citizenship
Sport and Citizenship is a think tank created in Brussels in September 2007, a few weeks after the adoption of the European Commission’s White Paper on sport.
Today, it is the only think tank in Europe, whose social objective is the analysis of sporting politics and the study of sport’s societal impact. Independent and apolitical, Sport and Citizenship has ten years of expertise and benefits from a recognition by public authorities and stakeholders of European sport. It is therefore regularly consulted by international and European institutions, Member States, sports movements and civil society which recognise it as a privileged interlocutor in this field.