Presentation on theme: "1 European Social Dialogue Agreement on Silica (NEPSi) -Update – Claire Lanne, IMA-Europe SSDCEI meeting, 6 September 2013."— Presentation transcript:
1 European Social Dialogue Agreement on Silica (NEPSi) -Update – Claire Lanne, IMA-Europe SSDCEI meeting, 6 September 2013
2 1. Future operation of NEPSI Request to the European Commission for support for a yearly 1- day meeting NEPSI signatories official letter, sent to Mr Tricart, copy to Mr Schöbel, Mr Ziegler on 27 August 2013 -Need for such an annual NEPSI Council meeting to steer and plan all the activities - the signatories have no other discussion platform -Not a project, SDA is a continuous exercise, on the longer term -Possibility to link it to an existing Sectoral Social Dialogue Committee (SSDC), if an extra meeting day is allocated, as of 2014 -Limited costs (only a room + interpretation in EN-FR-DE) -Highlights of the signatories’ share in the SDA implementation efforts -No setting of a precedent: NEPSI is “unique” SSDC Extractive Industries support letter, sent to Mr Tricart, copy to Mr Wisniewski on 27 August 2013 -Encourage Commission’s efforts especially for a one-day meeting -Support the link with the SSDCEI, but one extra meeting day needed
3 Grant request submitted to European Commission on 20 June 2013 DG EMPL Budget Line 04.03.03.01 - Industrial relations and social dialogue Call for Proposals VP/2013/001 Amount of EC grant requested: €198 400 (total project €208 590) Applicant and mono-beneficiary: IMA-Europe Supporting EU social partner organisation: IndustriALL 16 Associate organisations: Employees: industriAll-European Trade Union Employers: GlassFibreEurope (Glass Fibre), BIBM (Precast Concrete), CAEF (Foundry), CEEMET (Metal, Engineering and Technology-Based Industries), CEMBUREAU (Cement), CERAME-UNIE (Ceramics), EMO (Mortar), EUROMINES (Mining), EUROROC (Natural Stones), ESGA (Special Glass), EXCA (Expanded Clay), FEVE (Container Glass), Glass for Europe (Flat Glass), UEPG (Aggregates) 2. SDA effectiveness project: status
4 Objective Gathering concrete evidence of the effectiveness of the agreement and assessing its success on the ground Method Collection of data on the effectiveness of control measures 1.circulate a questionnaire with information on measurement results and compilation of a guide of anonymous examples in all sectors and 2.select a number of critical task sheets and make intervention studies on site: exposure measurements before / after (with/without engineering controls) = targeted projects Expected outcomes Report on intervention studies; Booklet of effective good practices and shared experiences, from both employers and employees, practical case studies 3. SDA effectiveness project: content
5 Timeline Reporting for all sites: 15 January – 15 March 2014 Communication campaign during autumn 2013 Reporting system remains unchanged Financing of the Reporting NEPSI Employers’ provision 4. NEPSI 2014 Reporting
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