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PostEurop - Association of European Public Postal Operators AISBL

PostEurop - Association of European Public Postal Operators AISBL

Botond Szebeny

Secretary General

"In an increasingly demanding environment – with rapid changes, transformation and evolution of the postal sector – we need active and innovative employees. Stress is becoming a crucial challenge which must be managed in an appropriate way. PostEurops’ goal is to promote employees’ health, motivation and ability to perform because this increases the productivity and quality of our services, while making an important contribution to customer, employee and stakeholder satisfaction. Therefore, we are happy to support EU-OSHA’s ‘Healthy Workplaces Manage Stress’ campaign and promote it among our members. "

Type of organisation:
Other
Business sector:
Postal
Mission statement:
PostEurop brings added value to its members by functioning as an exchange for cooperation, communication, and innovation, and by providing solutions to common challenges facing the postal industry. PostEurop provides members with interconnectivity, common development initiatives, and the opportunity to share best practices; we also help to facilitate dialogue within the industry and provide customised support for members as needed, taking into account the needs of a wide range of stakeholders, and the multiple aspects of sustainable development. PostEurop aims to be an influential player on the industry's behalf within the postal regulatory environment. PostEurop is a Restricted Union of the Universal Postal Union (UPU) and aims to influence dialogue related to UPU matters. PostEurop represents and supports its members’ relationships with external stakeholders where relevant and appropriate.
URL:
http://www.posteurop.org
Our Campaign Pledge:
  • To participate in EU-OSHA seminars

  • To present the project and the main results

  • To invite representatives of EU-OSHA during the 'Training Partnership for Stress Management in the Postal Sector Project' final conference in Paris, France

  • To contribute to the 2015 European Week for Safety and Health at Work

PostEurop - Association of European Public Postal Operators AISBL

Boulevard Brand Whitlock 114

1200 Bruxelles

Belgium

antonino.scribellito@posteurop.org

http://www.posteurop.org

Tel: +32491085725

Fax: + 3227714856

Contact Persons

Dr. Antonino Scribellito

Health and Safety Representative

Nathalie Ganzel


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