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European Centre of Employers and Enterprises providing Public Services (CEEP)

European Centre of Employers and Enterprises providing Public Services (CEEP)

Valeria RONZITTI

General Secretary

""As THE representative of public services employers in Europe, CEEP is committed to supporting and actively contributing to a successful EU-OSHA campaign on 'Working together for risk prevention'. Built on our engagement in the previous campaign as well as our own work with the CEEP-CSR label, this involvement serves the EU ambition and strategy related to employment, quality of the workplace, and health at work. It is also a way to demonstrate the commitment of the CEEP members to respect EU regulations and to be proactive in this particular field of Health and Safety." "

Type of organisation:
Employer organisations
Business sector:
Public services
Mission statement:
As a cross-sectoral social partner CEEP is speaking at the European level for individual enterprises, associations of enterprises and employers working in the public services sector. CEEP believes that modern public services serve the fundamental goals of the EU, its Member States and its regions: stronger social and territorial cohesion, economic and social solidarity and a better quality of life of its citizens. Public Services, or Services of General Interest, play a key role in the integration of the EU States into a common economic area and in the enlargement of the EU.
URL:
http://www.ceep.eu/
Our Campaign Pledge:

CEEP represents public services employers. CEEP brings their involvement which represents an important part of the business in EU. CEEP members contribute to a high level of quality of life at work in EU in promoting a good health at work. This involvement serves the EU ambition and strategy related to employment, quality of the workplace, and health at work. It is also a way to demonstrate the commitment of CEEP members to respect EU regulation and to be proactive in this H&S field. On a more practical aspect, CEEP can also share the practices implemented by its members through the OSHA network and focal points.

European Centre of Employers and Enterprises providing Public Services (CEEP)

Rue des Deux Eglises, 26

BE-1000 Brussels

Belgium

ceep@ceep.eu

http://www.ceep.eu/

Tel: + 32 (0) 2 219 27 98

Fax: + 32 (0) 2 218 12 13

Contact Persons

Guillaume AFELLAT

Health and Safety Representative

Dominique VACHER


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