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
A Spanish town has come up with an ingenious way to keep its streets clean of dog mess - by sending the offending deposits back to the owners in an official box marked 'Lost Property'.
The council of Brunete, a small town near Madrid, launched the campaign to crack down on irresponsible dog owners.
During the course of a week a team of 20