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European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology

European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology

Sergio Iavicoli

President

"Raising awareness on health with special focus on the impact of stress, violence and harassment in term of health consequences but also loss of productivity and related costs remain one of the priorities in Occupational Health and Safety and a challenge for future. The EU-OSHA campaign 2014-2015 represents a good occasion to help companies and workers in tackling psychosocial risks and managing work related stress to contribute in creating healthy and more productive workplaces. "

Type of organisation:
Research
Business sector:
support research, education, and professional practice across Europe in occupational health psychology
Mission statement:
To support the improvement of companies awareness of psychosocial risks and stress at work, according to EAOHP purpose of promoting the advancement of knowledge and education of the public in occupational health psychology to improve workplace health, safety and wellbeing
URL:
http://eaohp.org//international.html
Our Campaign Pledge:

Considering the purpose of EAOHP, the partnership with EU-OSHA campaign 2014-2015 may be an   opportunity to improve the international collaborating network to promote knowledge on occupational health psychology in Europe.
We plan to promote and support the Campaign through an active role in divulgating information about it  and correlated materials and tool by the  means of EAOHP information technology system, such as websites, the two year edition newsletter and social media account of the Academy (facebook, twitter).
Moreover, as already done in the latest biennial Conference in London (April 2014), we can circulate useful materials about the Campaign in EAOHP related events.

European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology

c/o Institute of Work, Health and Organisations, University of Nottingham, International House, Jubilee Campus, Wollaton Road

NG8 1BB Nottingham

United Kingdom

nicholas.andreou@nottingham.ac.uk

http://eaohp.org

Tel: +44-115-8483033

Fax:

Contact Persons

Cristina Di Tecco