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BeST receives award as EU-OSHA official campaign partner

BeST participated in the EU-OSHA good practice exchange event and award ceremony on 05 and 06 March 2019 in Brussels. The event marked the 10th anniversary of the campaign partnership scheme of the European Agency for Safety and Health at work (EU-OSHA).


The two-day event featured several plenary talks and practical workshops offering the participants the opportunity to share their experiences on a range of subjects related to occupational safety and health (OSH).


BeST received an award for its work in the field of the Healthy Workplaces Campaign on managing dangerous substances.


The 2018/2019 Healthy Workplaces Manage Dangerous Substances Campaign aims to:

  • Raise awareness of the importance of preventing risks from dangerous substances  at the workplace

  • Promote a culture of risk prevention to effectively manage the risks associated with such substances

  • Provide technical tools and examples of good practices

  • Provide guidance on the legislative framework

Through the ”Be Responsible” Voluntary Product Stewardship Program and the participation as an official campaign partner of the campaign on Healthy Workplaces Manage Dangerous Substances 2018-2019, BeST is committed to improving and raising awareness on the protection of workers handling beryllium and beryllium containing materials at the workplace.


Learn more on the campaign here.

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