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ECJ Scandinavian correspondent, Petra Sjouwerman examines the results of a recent Danish research project amongst immigrant cleaners.
Improvement of the psychosocial working environment among immigrants and migrant workers in cleaning jobs is possible, according to Danish researchers from the National Research Centre for the Working Environment
The June/July edition of ECJ is now online.
Special features include hygiene in food preparation, Austria focus, software and information technology, and chemical dispensing systems.
ECJ’s correspondent in Germany Thomas Schulte-Marxloh reports on occupational health statistics.
In 2009 occupational disability caused an estimated loss of 1.3 million man-years which means a gross loss of 75 billion euros, taking into account that all employees create value with their work.
Good news first: occupational safety is
Around half of takeaways and restaurants in the UK are putting people at risk by failing to offer satisfactory hygiene levels.
That's according to a report by consumer organisation Which? based on hygiene inspections by local councils across 2,000 postcodes.
It says urgent action is needed to tackle a food poisoning epidemic that has afflicted
The Metro system in New Delhi, India, is to benefit from new investment in the cleaning operation - with the introduction of state-of-the-art machines and formal training of cleaning staff.
The management aims to ensure cleanliness meets international standards so supervisors and teams will receive British Institute of Cleaning Science (BICS)
Kimberly-Clark Corporation has been included on the list of the World's Most Ethical Companies by the Ethisphere Institute, the New York-based business ethics think-tank.
This is the second time the company has featured, having made its debut last year.
It has also been ranked 18th among the 100 Best Corporate Citizens by Corporate