“We all get older, it’s about us” (Colin Millner, International Council on Active Aging (ICAA)). An ageing workforce represents a potential rather than a burden. We need a work environment that takes the different physical and mental age of the individuals into account, supports active and healthy ageing during working-live, facilitates synergy between the generations, compensates age-related deficits by technical devices or medical improvements, and copes with the error-proneness of humans, e.g., by an error-learning culture.
Here is our collection of good practice examples dealing with this issue. More examples you can find in our database.
The European Network Education and Training in Occupational Safety and Health (ENETOSH) was an official partner in the EU-OSHA campaign 2016 - 2017 "Healthy Workplaces for all Ages".