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  • 1. Pan-European opinion poll onoccupational safety and healthResults across 31 European countries - May 2013Representative results in 31 participating European states for the European Agency forSafety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA)Safety and Health at work is everyones concern. Its good for you. Its good for business.
  • 2. 2http://osha.europa.euOpinion poll designUniverse:Full-time, part-time and self-employed workers aged 18+ with usualcountry of residence and in the respective languageSample:Representative sample in each of the 31 participating EuropeancountriesWeighting:Data weighted to reflect working population by age, gender andregion. Where multi-country data is shown, data has been weightedto reflect the population size of each countryMethod of datacollection:CATI (Computer-Assisted Telephone Interviews) across 26countries. In Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Malta, Romania andSlovakia interviews were conducted face to faceSample size:16,622 interviews across Europe (approximately 500 per countryexcept in Liechtenstein with 200 interviews conducted)Fieldwork period:23rd November 2012 – 5th February 2013Interpretation of data:Where percentages do not sum to 100%, or to aggregated scores(e.g. “very likely” plus “fairly likely”), this may be due to computerrounding
  • 3. 3http://osha.europa.euSample sizesSample sizes included in this reportTotal number of workers aged 18+ 16,622 0-9 other workers at workplace 6,128Male 8,748 10-49 other workers at workplace 5,262Female 7,874 50-249 other workers at workplace 3,419Aged 18-34 4,851 250+ other workers at workplace 1,454Aged 35-54 8,794 Full time 12,127Aged 55+ 2,977 Part time 2,734Workers not aware of programmes/policies at their workplace to assistolder workers13,896Margin of error(due to a sample of workers beinginterviewed)Total sample0.5 to 0.8 percentage pointsBetween subgroups e.g.Male / Female 0.9 to 1.5 percentage pointsFull time / Part time 1.2 to 2.1 percentage points
  • 4. 4http://osha.europa.euQuestionnaire overview - 1How likely, if at all, do you think it is that there will be a higher proportion of people agedover 60 working at your own workplace in 2020?The following questions use the term "older workers". By older workers, we mean workers agedover 60.On balance, do you think older workers tend to … than other workers?Do you think that programmes or policies should be introduced at your workplace tomake it easier for workers to continue working up to or beyond retirement age if they wishto do so? Please say if you already have such programmes or policies at your workplace(Very likely | Fairly likely | Fairly unlikely | Very unlikely | Dont know | Do not have any people agedover 60 at workplace now and do not expect to in 2020)(Yes | No | No difference | Dont know)A. Take more time off work due to illnessB. Have more accidents at workC. Be less productive at workD. Be less able to adapt to changes at workE. Suffer more from work-related stress(Yes | No | Programmes and policies already exist at your workplace | Dont know)
  • 5. 5http://osha.europa.euQuestionnaire overview - 2Which, if any, of the following do you think are the most common causes of work-relatedstress nowadays?Now some questions about all workers regardless of their age.How common, if at all, are cases of work-related stress in your workplace?How well, if at all, do you think the control of work-related stress is handled in yourworkplace?A. Hours worked or workloadB. Limited opportunity to manage own work patternsC. Lack of clarity on roles and responsibilitiesD. Being subject to unacceptable behaviours such as bullying or harassmentE. Job reorganisation or job insecurityF. Lack of support to fulfil your role from colleagues or supervisors(Very common | Fairly common | Fairly rare | Very rare | There are no cases of work-related stress |Dont know)(Very well | Fairly well | Not very well | Not at all well | Dont know)
  • 6. 6http://osha.europa.euClick to add text hereTwo-letter country designations used in chartsLetters Country Letters Country Letters CountryAT Austria FI Finland NL NetherlandsBE Belgium FR France NO NorwayBG Bulgaria HU Hungary PL PolandCH Switzerland IE Ireland PT PortugalCY Cyprus IS Iceland RO RomaniaCZ Czech Republic IT Italy SE SwedenDE Germany LI Liechtenstein SI SloveniaDK Denmark LT Lithania SK SlovakiaEE Estonia LU Luxembourg UK United KingdomEL Greece LV Latvia ALL All countriesES Spain MT Malta
  • 7. 7http://osha.europa.euClick to add text hereCountry groups used in this reportGroup CountriesEU27 The 27 countries that currently form the European UnionEU15 The 15 countries that formed the European Union until1st May 2004Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany,Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands,Portugal, Spain, Sweden, United KingdomNMS12 The 12 countries that joined the European Union in 2004and 2007Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Estonia, Hungary,Latvia, Lithania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia,SloveniaEFTA Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Switzerland
  • 8. Pan-European opinion poll on occupational safety and healthResults across 31 European countries - May 2013Proportion of workers aged over 60 in 2020Safety and Health at work is everyones concern. Its good for you. Its good for business.
  • 9. 9http://osha.europa.euUniverse: Workers aged 18+Proportion of workers aged over 60 in 2020How likely, if at all, do you think it is that there will be a higher proportion ofpeople aged over 60 working at your own workplace in 2020? (%)2321222626Very likelyFairly likelyFairly unlikelyVery unlikelyDont knowNo workers aged over 60 nowor expected in 2020
  • 10. 10http://osha.europa.eu525153455459434442514036Likely (aggregate) Unlikely (aggregate)TotalMaleFemaleAged 18-34Aged 35-54Aged 55+Proportion of workers aged over 60 in 2020How likely, if at all, do you think it is that there will be a higher proportion ofpeople aged over 60 working at your own workplace in 2020? (%)GENDERAGEDifference to 100% due to exclusion of Dont know and None; Universe: Workers aged 18+
  • 11. 11http://osha.europa.euProportion of workers aged over 60 in 2020How likely, if at all, do you think it is that there will be a higher proportion ofpeople aged over 60 working at your own workplace in 2020? (%)WORKPLACE SIZE(NUMBER OFOTHER WORKERS)HOURS WORKEDDifference to 100% due to exclusion of Dont know and None; Universe: Workers aged 18+5245525663535243474440334342Likely (aggregate) Unlikely (aggregate)Total0-910-4950-249250+Full timePart time
  • 12. 12http://osha.europa.euProportion of workers aged over 60 in 2020Difference to 100% due to exclusion of Dont know and None; Universe: Workers aged 18+42 41 4032 31 27 26 26 24 23 23 23 22 22 19 19 19 17 16 16 15 15 14 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 9 926 2914 3427 3126 26 2825 24 203623342922 243124332133 31223222 22 22 22 18 25191315191520 2122 21292117342217262830 31282627252724283931 30 27219292316132315 18 1621 211624 3120 163815 2025 24 193119302124 361328 32 3524492630UKCYELITDEDKALLE…ESBEFRPTNOIESEATPLCHNLCZLUMTFIEEHULIISLVLTBGSISKROVery likely Fairly likely Fairly unlikely Very unlikelyHow likely, if at all, do you think it is that there will be a higher proportion ofpeople aged over 60 working at your own workplace in 2020? (%)
  • 13. 13http://osha.europa.eu26 26 2914 1826 2627222922 2120262821 21 202821AllcountriesEU27EU15NMS12EFTAVery likely Fairly likely Fairly unlikely Very unlikelyProportion of workers aged over 60 in 2020How likely, if at all, do you think it is that there will be a higher proportion ofpeople aged over 60 working at your own workplace in 2020? (%)Difference to 100% due to exclusion of Dont know and None; Universe: Workers aged 18+
  • 14. Pan-European opinion poll on occupational safety and healthResults across 31 European countries - May 2013Perceptions of older workersSafety and Health at work is everyones concern. Its good for you. Its good for business.
  • 15. 15http://osha.europa.euPerceptions of older workersTake more time off work due to illnessHave more accidents at workBe less productive at workBe less able to adapt to changes at workSuffer more from work-related stressOn balance, do you think older workers tend to … than other workers? (%)3522286042546460334881095733323Yes No No difference Dont knowUniverse: Workers aged 18+
  • 16. 16http://osha.europa.eu606158646149333134293244555466222222Yes No No difference Dont knowTotalMaleFemaleAged 18-34Aged 35-54Aged 55+Perceptions of older workers - Less able to adapt to changesat workOn balance, do you think older workers tend to be less able to adapt tochanges at work than other workers? (%)GENDERAGEUniverse: Workers aged 18+
  • 17. 17http://osha.europa.eu605961616060583333333233323556555552222222Yes No No difference Dont knowPerceptions of older workers - Less able to adapt to changesat workOn balance, do you think older workers tend to be less able to adapt tochanges at work than other workers? (%)WORKPLACE SIZE(NUMBER OFOTHER WORKERS)HOURS WORKEDUniverse: Workers aged 18+Total0-910-4950-249250+Full timePart time
  • 18. 18http://osha.europa.euPerceptions of older workers - Less able to adapt to changesat workOn balance, do you think older workers tend to be less able to adapt tochanges at work than other workers? (%)Universe: Workers aged 18+83 81 78 75 71 70 69 69 68 67 66 66 66 66 66 65 64 63 63 60 60 60 60 59 56 56 55 54 54 52 51 5043SIELLTPLNOLVITCHMTISEESEIECZESLUNLHUPTE…ALLDKSKBEFIBGLIFRATDEROUKCYYes
  • 19. 19http://osha.europa.eu60 60 58 66 70AllcountriesEU27EU15NMS12EFTAColu…Perceptions of older workers - Less able to adapt to changesat workOn balance, do you think older workers tend to be less able to adapt tochanges at work than other workers? (%)Universe: Workers aged 18+
  • 20. 20http://osha.europa.eu424044424241485046484850777786332333Yes No No difference Dont knowTotalMaleFemaleAged 18-34Aged 35-54Aged 55+Perceptions of older workers - Suffer more from work-relatedstressOn balance, do you think older workers tend to suffer more from work-related stress than other workers? (%)GENDERAGEUniverse: Workers aged 18+
  • 21. 21http://osha.europa.eu424144403842404847465054485078775783323333Yes No No difference Dont knowPerceptions of older workers - Suffer more from work-relatedstressOn balance, do you think older workers tend to suffer more from work-related stress than other workers? (%)WORKPLACE SIZE(NUMBER OFOTHER WORKERS)HOURS WORKEDUniverse: Workers aged 18+Total0-910-4950-249250+Full timePart time
  • 22. 22http://osha.europa.euPerceptions of older workers - Suffer more from work-relatedstressOn balance, do you think older workers tend to suffer more from work-related stress than other workers? (%)Universe: Workers aged 18+7056 56 55 54 54 51 50 49 48 47 47 46 45 45 44 43 42 42 42 40 38 34 33 33 33 30 27 27 26 25 2211SIELHULTITCZPLPTROATMTLVBEDESKLUFRE…BGALLLICHNLEEIEESISCYSEFIUKNODKColumn1
  • 23. 23http://osha.europa.eu42 42 405032AllcountriesEU27EU15NMS12EFTAColu…Perceptions of older workers - Suffer more from work-related stressOn balance, do you think older workers tend to suffer more from work-related stress than other workers? (%)Universe: Workers aged 18+
  • 24. Pan-European opinion poll on occupational safety and healthResults across 31 European countries - May 2013Programmes and policies to enable longer workingSafety and Health at work is everyones concern. Its good for you. Its good for business.
  • 25. 25http://osha.europa.euProgrammes and policies to enable longer workingPlease say if you already have programmes or policies at your workplace tomake it easier for workers to continue working up to or beyond retirementage. (%)Universe: Workers aged 18+24 23 2316 15 14 14 1412 12 12 12 12 11 11 119 9 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 7 6 5 5 4 4 31CHDKUKNLSEFIFRNOALLE…ESLUPLATBESKEEHUIECZDEISLIMTPTROLVLTSIBGITCYELAlready exist
  • 26. 26http://osha.europa.eu12 12 12 920AllcountriesEU27EU15NMS12EFTAColumn1Programmes and policies to enable longer workingPlease say if you already have programmes or policies at your workplace tomake it easier for workers to continue working up to or beyond retirementage. (%)Universe: Workers aged 18+
  • 27. 27http://osha.europa.eu6139Yes - programmesand policies shouldbe introducedNo - programmesand policies shouldnot be introducedProgrammes and policies to enable longer workingDo you think that programmes or policies should be introduced at yourworkplace to make it easier for workers to continue working up to or beyondretirement age if they wish to do so? (%)Excludes Dont know; Universe: Workers not aware of programmes/policies at their workplace
  • 28. 28http://osha.europa.eu615864606164394236403936Yes NoTotalMaleFemaleAged 18-34Aged 35-54Aged 55+Programmes and policies to enable longer workingDo you think that programmes or policies should be introduced at yourworkplace to make it easier for workers to continue working up to or beyondretirement age if they wish to do so? (%)GENDERAGEExcludes Dont know; Universe: Workers not aware of programmes/policies at their workplace
  • 29. 29http://osha.europa.euProgrammes and policies to enable longer workingDo you think that programmes or policies should be introduced at yourworkplace to make it easier for workers to continue working up to or beyondretirement age if they wish to do so? (%)WORKPLACE SIZE(NUMBER OFOTHER WORKERS)HOURS WORKEDExcludes Dont know; Universe: Workers not aware of programmes/policies at their workplace6158626165616639423839353934Yes NoTotal0-910-4950-249250+Full timePart time
  • 30. 30http://osha.europa.euProgrammes and policies to enable longer workingDo you think that programmes or policies should be introduced at yourworkplace to make it easier for workers to continue working up to or beyondretirement age if they wish to do so? (%)Excludes Dont know; Universe: Workers not aware of programmes/policies at their workplace8678 78 74 7467 64 64 64 63 63 63 62 61 61 61 61 60 58 58 57 56 56 55 53 50 49 47 45 45 44 43 421422 22 26 2633 36 36 36 37 37 37 38 39 39 39 39 40 42 42 43 44 44 45 47 50 51 53 55 55 56 57 58NOIEISMTUKSIELDEITBEROFRLTLUEU27ALLATFILVBGPTCZESEEDKNLPLLIHUCHCYSESKYes No
  • 31. 31http://osha.europa.eu61 61 63546239 39 374638AllcountriesEU27EU15NMS12EFTAYes NoProgrammes and policies to enable longer workingDo you think that programmes or policies should be introduced at yourworkplace to make it easier for workers to continue working up to or beyondretirement age if they wish to do so? (%)Excludes Dont know; Universe: Workers not aware of programmes/policies at their workplace
  • 32. Pan-European opinion poll on occupational safety and healthResults across 31 European countries - May 2013Common causes of work-related stressSafety and Health at work is everyones concern. Its good for you. Its good for business.
  • 33. 33http://osha.europa.eu726659575246Job reorganisation or job insecurityHours worked or workloadBeing subject to unacceptable behaviourssuch as bullying or harassmentLack of support to fulfil your role fromcolleagues or superiorsLack of clarity on roles and responsibilitiesLimited opportunity to manage own workpatternsCommon causes of work-related stressWhich, if any, of the following do you think are the most commoncauses of work-related stress nowadays? (%)Universe: Workers aged 18+
  • 34. 34http://osha.europa.eu727073697370Which, if any, of the following do you think are the most commoncauses of work-related stress nowadays? (%)Common causes of work-related stress - Job reorganisation or jobinsecurityGENDERTotalMaleFemaleAged 18-34Aged 35-54Aged 55+AGEUniverse: Workers aged 18+Job reorganisation or job insecurity
  • 35. 35http://osha.europa.eu72687075787173Common causes of work-related stress - Job reorganisation or jobinsecurityWhich, if any, of the following do you think are the most commoncauses of work-related stress nowadays? (%)Job reorganisation or job insecurityWORKPLACE SIZE(NUMBER OFOTHER WORKERS)HOURS WORKEDTotal0-910-4950-249250+Full timePart timeUniverse: Workers aged 18+
  • 36. 36http://osha.europa.eu666469-696759Which, if any, of the following do you think are the most commoncauses of work-related stress nowadays? (%)Common causes of work-related stress - Hours worked or workloadGENDERTotalMaleFemaleAged 18-34Aged 35-54Aged 55+AGEUniverse: Workers aged 18+Hours worked or workload
  • 37. 37http://osha.europa.eu66626769706670Common causes of work-related stress - Hours worked or workloadWhich, if any, of the following do you think are the most commoncauses of work-related stress nowadays? (%)Hours worked or workloadWORKPLACE SIZE(NUMBER OFOTHER WORKERS)HOURS WORKEDTotal0-910-4950-249250+Full timePart timeUniverse: Workers aged 18+
  • 38. 38http://osha.europa.eu-595762-596155Which, if any, of the following do you think are the most commoncauses of work-related stress nowadays? (%)Common causes of work-related stress - Being subject tounacceptable behaviours such as bullying or harassmentGENDERTotalMaleFemaleAged 18-34Aged 35-54Aged 55+AGEUniverse: Workers aged 18+Being subject to unacceptable behaviours such as bullying or harassment
  • 39. 39http://osha.europa.eu59605860585864Common causes of work-related stress - Being subject tounacceptable behaviours such as bullying or harassmentWORKPLACE SIZE(NUMBER OFOTHER WORKERS)HOURS WORKEDTotal0-910-4950-249250+Full timePart timeUniverse: Workers aged 18+Which, if any, of the following do you think are the most commoncauses of work-related stress nowadays? (%)Being subject to unacceptable behaviours such as bullying or harassment
  • 40. Pan-European opinion poll on occupational safety and healthResults across 31 European countries - May 2013Cases of work-related stressSafety and Health at work is everyones concern. Its good for you. Its good for business.
  • 41. 41http://osha.europa.eu1635281731Cases of work-related stressHow common, if at all, are cases of work-related stress in yourworkplace? (%)Very commonFairly commonFairly rareVery rareThere are no cases ofwork-related stressDont knowUniverse: Workers aged 18+
  • 42. 42http://osha.europa.eu514954535344454742454450Common (aggregate) Rare (aggregate)TotalMaleFemaleAged 18-34Aged 35-54Aged 55+Cases of work-related stressHow common, if at all, are cases of work-related stress in yourworkplace? (%)GENDERAGEDifference to 100% due to exclusion of Dont know and None; Universe: Workers aged 18+
  • 43. 43http://osha.europa.euCases of work-related stressHow common, if at all, are cases of work-related stress in yourworkplace? (%)WORKPLACE SIZE(NUMBER OFOTHER WORKERS)HOURS WORKEDDifference to 100% due to exclusion of Dont know and None; Universe: Workers aged 18+5144545558534845494443404448Common (aggregate) Rare (aggregate)Total0-910-4950-249250+Full timePart time
  • 44. 44http://osha.europa.euCases of work-related stressDifference to 100% due to exclusion of Dont know and None; Universe: Workers aged 18+How common, if at all, are cases of work-related stress in yourworkplace? (%)514628 28 2518 18 18 18 17 17 16 16 16 15 15 15 15 14 14 13 13 12 11 11 10 10 10 8 8 7 6 537364431 374437 34 33 38 35 35 35 354234 34 3138294729 35 33 3243 4231 3730 2838336121928 26 25262230 24 3228 28222928 26 302829273434284032 333031385241355 56 11 9 10151817141317 17171117 21 2018241121 152413 13 111921 2111820CYELSIPTMTSKCZBGPLITDEEU27ALLROSEESFRBEHULVNLIEISUKCHNOLUEEATLTLIFIDKVery common Fairly common Fairly rare Very rare
  • 45. 45http://osha.europa.eu16 16 15 17 1135 35 36 353628 28 28 27 3717 17 17 17 13AllcountriesEU27EU15NMS12EFTAVery common Fairly common Fairly rare Very rareCases of work-related stressHow common, if at all, are cases of work-related stress in yourworkplace? (%)Difference to 100% due to exclusion of Dont know and None; Universe: Workers aged 18+
  • 46. Pan-European opinion poll on occupational safety and healthResults across 31 European countries - May 2013Handling cases of work-related stressSafety and Health at work is everyones concern. Its good for you. Its good for business.
  • 47. 47http://osha.europa.eu134126155Universe: Workers aged 18+Handling cases of work-related stressVery wellFairly wellNot very wellNot at all wellDont knowHow well, if at all, do you think the control of work-related stress ishandled in your workplace? (%)
  • 48. 48http://osha.europa.eu545553575254413942394238Well (aggregate) Not well (aggregate)TotalMaleFemaleAged 18-34Aged 35-54Aged 55+Handling cases of work-related stressHow well, if at all, do you think the control of work-related stress ishandled in your workplace? (%)GENDERAGEDifference to 100% due to exclusion of Dont know; Universe: Workers aged 18+
  • 49. 49http://osha.europa.euHandling cases of work-related stressHow well, if at all, do you think the control of work-related stress ishandled in your workplace? (%)WORKPLACE SIZE(NUMBER OFOTHER WORKERS)HOURS WORKEDDifference to 100% due to exclusion of Dont know; Universe: Workers aged 18+5460525052535741344446444337Well (aggregate) Not well (aggregate)Total0-910-4950-249250+Full timePart time
  • 50. 50http://osha.europa.euHandling cases of work-related stressHow well, if at all, do you think the control of work-related stress ishandled in your workplace? (%)Difference to 100% due to exclusion of Dont know; Universe: Workers aged 18+28 25 24 19 18 18 17 16 15 15 14 14 14 13 13 13 13 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 538 44 41364842 4735573650423341 40 38 36523055 54 4938 37 443353 50 4837 35 322420 15 211816 2525222127212436 26 26 2926282124 282031 35 263518 292627242429147 82414 11 816419 8 18 12 15 15 16175327 414 14 12 16 20 17 6 1314 262527IEDKUKELBEMTCHISNOCYEEFRATALLEU27CZRONLLVSKLIITSEDEPLHUPTFILULTSIBGESVery well Fairly well Not very well Not at all well
  • 51. 51http://osha.europa.eu13 13 14 11 1641 40 40 405026 26 26 272315 15 14 177AllcountriesEU27EU15NMS12EFTAVery well Fairly well Not very well Not at all wellHandling cases of work-related stressHow well, if at all, do you think the control of work-related stress ishandled in your workplace? (%)Difference to 100% due to exclusion of Dont know; Universe: Workers aged 18+
  • 52. 52http://osha.europa.euEuropean Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA)• Contributes to making Europe a safer, healthier and more productive place towork;• Researches, develops and distributes reliable, balanced and impartial safetyand health information;• Organises pan-European awareness-raising campaigns;• Set up by the European Union in 1996 and based in Bilbao, Spain;• Brings together representatives from the European Commission, MemberState governments, employers and workers organisations and leadingexperts in each of the EU Member States and beyond.For more information about EU-OSHA: http://osha.europa.euFor more information on the pan-European poll on OSH:http://osha.europa.eu/en/safety-health-in-figures/
  • 53. 53http://osha.europa.euThis work was undertaken by Ipsos MORI in accordancewith the standards laid out in ISO 20252Quality assuranceIpsos MORI holds membership of all key market researchbodies• Ensuring a consistent quality of work to the highest standards in theindustry and annual inspection by external assessors