Please find the proceedings of events related to the exposure on carcinogens at work here.
Preventing Occupational Cancer
24 March 2021 – Lisbon, Portugal (online)
This Roadmap on Carcinogens conference was organized by the Authority for Working Conditions (ACT), within the scope of the programming of the Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the European Union. Partners talked about the future of this initiative and shared good practices.
Click here for the conference video
Click here for the presentation on future perspectives
Click here for all presentations (scroll to the bottom of the page)
STOP cancer in the workplace
9-10 November 2020 – Dortmund, Germany (online)
During this online conference, participants exchanged views on further steps to prevent work-related cancer and agreed that, in addition to the legal regulations, further efforts are needed to support companies in protecting their employees. The Roadmap on Carcinogens partners presented the Strategy 2020-2024.
Working together to eliminate occupational cancer
27-28 November 2019 – Helsinki, Finland
At this conference, the Roadmap Partners review the achievements since the start of the Roadmap in 2016 and look forward to further developments in legislation, activities and cooperation. A covenant has been signed to continue the Roadmap until 31 December 2020!
How to help businesses and workers to tackle exposure to carcinogens on the shop floor. The vital role of cross-industry and sectoral organisations.
15 May 2019 – Brussels, Belgium
IMA-Europe (industrial minerals), Volandis (construction), STM (hairdressers, amongst others) and Wood (wood and furniture industry) were selected to present their specific and successful approaches to support companies to reduce exposure to carcinogens.
‘Women, work and cancer’
4 and 5 December 2018 – Brussels, Belgium
At this event, organised by ETUI, participants examined the relations between working conditions and female cancer. The fight to end discrimination against female workers with cancer or post recovery was also an important topic. The proceedings are now available.