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EFESC mentioned as good example in EU-OSHA study

The Occupational Safety and Health Agency (EU-OSHA), the European Union information agency for occupational safety and health, has recently conducted a study on the future of agriculture and forestry with a focus on persisting and emerging  occupational and health risks. Following the study, OSHA has also published a policy brief in march 2021 on this very timely topic. There it highlights that chainsaw work still constitutes “the most significant risk in forestry”. EFESC and its European Chainsaw Certificate, however, are mentioned as a good example for addressing this persistent risk though better and standardised qualification.

> Read the full study here
> Read the policy brief