Involving stakeholders such as occupational prevention organisations is another contributing element to support companies, by providing tools to self-assess their compliance with legal provisions and introduce adequate risk management measures.
Social insurance associations/networks and their local partners (federations, occupational services, etc.) are involved with companies and demand safe(r) handling of carcinogenic agents when insuring their clients with compensation in case of accidents or occupational diseases. They support with sector specific guidance and tools to assist companies to self-assess their compliance with legal provisions and sufficient RRM.
- Germany (Challenge lead), France
- Member state ministries/Insurance association networks
- Sectoral organisations (both EU and national level)
- Employers and Workers (organisations)