European Agency for Safety and Health at Work - Healthy Workplaces

Healthy Workplaces Good Practice Awards 2020-2022

Awarded and commended examples


Foreword by the Jury Chair
Awarded examples

Austria | University Hospital Vienna (Universitätsklinikum AKH Wien)
Preventing musculoskeletal disorders in a large hospital through staff involvement and an age-sensitive approach
Cyprus | Swissport Cyprus Ltd
Wearable exoskeletons to better manage manual handling at airports
Germany | SAP SE
Promoting musculoskeletal health in the software industry through ergonomics
Hungary | F&F Ltd.
Planning and designing technical modifications on a sweet factory production line based on ergonomic principles
Italy | Servizi Italia Spa
New operating methods and adapted machinery for preventing musculoskeletal disorders in laundries
Lithuania | UAB Vonin Lithuania
Preventing musculoskeletal injuries in a professional fishing equipment company
Latvia | SIA Silkeborg Spaantagning Baltic
Implementing customised solutions to heavy lifting in a metalworking company
Slovenia | Zavarovalnica Triglav, d.d.
Promoting workplace safety and physical and mental health in an insurance company
Commended examples
Austria | Rohrdorfer Transportbeton GmbH
Preventing back strain in concrete production
Belgium | GZA Ziekenhuizen/ IDEWE
Integrating ergonomics into corporate culture in a hospital group
Spain | Elaborados Julián Mairal S.L.
Introducing technical solutions in a meat production company to prevent musculoskeletal disorders
Finland | Suomen Nestlé Oy, Turku factory
Improving ergonomics through multi-professional cooperation in the food industry
Finland | Siun sote – Joint municipal authority for North Karelia social and health services
Large-scale prevention training for social and healthcare workers through an adaptable ergonomics model
Italy | Zegna Baruffa Lane Borgosesia SpA
Applying participatory ergonomics to improve the safety of textile maintenance workers
The Netherlands | Hago Next
Reducing physically demanding work with technical and organisational adjustments in cleaning services
The Netherlands | Verdonk Broccoli
Automating the stacking of crates and boxes to reduce manual lifting in a vegetable growing company


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