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ESENER - European occupational health and safety

 


Data description

ESENERThe European Union Occupational Safety and Health Agency (EU-OSHA) conducts European Surveys of Enterprises on New and Emerging Risks (ESENER) which provide data on work-related accidents, worker ill-health, work-related stress, harassment and workplace conditions.

  • Aggregated web hosted data (2014, 2009) is available via the ESENER portal
  • Two waves of full survey data are available via the UKDS portal:
    • Wave 2014: study number 7808
    • Wave 2009: study number 6446.

(Data collection for ESENER-3 is underway in mid-2019. Fieldwork covers over 40,000 employment entities in 33 European countries.)

For UKDS hosted data, EUI members should follow the instructions for non-UK based researchers on the EUI Library's UKDS resource page.

The 2014 wave of the survey ESENER-2 covered approx. 50,000 enterprises, with a minimum of five employees, in the 28 member states, Albania, Iceland, FYR Macedonia, Montenegro, Norway, Serbia, Switzerland and Turkey. The study methodology is explained at this link.

The 2009 wave of the survey ESENER-1 covered approx. 36,000 enterprises, with a minimum of ten employees, in EU member states, Croatia, Norway, Switzerland and Turkey. The study methodology is explained at this link.

 


Time period
  • 2014 survey, ESENER-2, covers approx. 50,000 enterprises
  • 2009 survey, ESENER-1, covers approx. 36,000 enterprises

(Data collection for ESENER-3 is underway in mid-2019. Fieldwork covers over 40,000 employment entities in 33 European countries.)

 


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How to access data
  • Aggregated web hosted data (2014, 2009) is available via the ESENER portal
  • Two waves of full survey data are available via the UKDS portal:
    • Wave 2014: study number 7808
    • Wave 2009: study number 6446.

 


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