To ensure that the project will reach its full potential, a number of dissemination activities have been planned and promoted through DG-Employment, the ILO and the WHO. The results of the project will be disseminated widely through this website, reports, guidelines, workshops, scientific publications, presentations at scientific conferences, to stakeholders and social partners including small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). This will be achieved with the support of the WHO and ILO and their associated networks. In particular, the outputs of the project will be disseminated widely through the WHO/ILO International Occupational Health and Safety Information Portal, and the WHO Collaborating Centre Network.
The PRIMA consortium is developing international standards, best-practice guidance and awareness campaigns on the subject. This research will promote the translation of knowledge on mental health and psychological well-being into policy and practice, not only across Europe but also internationally. The project outcomes are expected to shape the EC and WHO strategies for the promotion of well-being at work and make a real different at the workplace level.
« Preliminary Report: Towards the Development of a European Framework for Psychosocial Risk Management at the Workplace