Strengthening the Farm Health and Safety Knowledge and Innovation
Systems in Europe
SafeHabitus is a multi-actor project that aims to strengthen Farm Health and Safety Knowledge Innovation Systems (FHS KIS) and support the EU transition to social sustainability in farming. Through novel methods and a collaborative approach, the project aims to advance safer practices on farms across the EU.



Communities of Practice


Community of Practice

Empowering farmers and farm workers to work safely and effectively.

11 national Communities of Practice
1 transnational Community of Practice

SafeHabitus’ Communities of Practices (CoPs) brings together like-minded individuals with a shared interest in farm health and safety.

Our goal is to enable stakeholders to collaborate, share knowledge, and create practical solutions for improving occupational health and safety. Each CoP focuses on specific topics within their national or regional context.

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Reducing risks


Attractiveness of farming

Corporate Social Responsability

Knowledge Hub

SafeHabitus’ Knowledge Hub is a resource centre for everyone involved in farm health and safety. Our online library offers a wealth of materials that cater to a wide range of stakeholders, including farmers, farm workers, advisors, policy makers, researcher and academics, health and safety organisations, and NGOs and CSOs.
SafeHabitus’ Knowledge Hub is a one-stop-shop for farm health and safety resources. Our repository includes project materials and links to other relevant resources and institutions.

Latest news

Climate change poses serious challenges for the safety and health of farmers and farm workers

April 26, 2024 | News, Press releases

Agriculture and forestry are amongst the most dangerous sectors in which to work. The impact of climate change on...

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Europe needs a clear strategy on the issue of migrant and seasonal workers on farms

April 10, 2024 | News, Press releases

[Brussels, 10 April 2024] – Policymakers and stakeholders working on labour and migrant issues gathered at The European Economic...

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SafeHabitus was represented at the international conference “FORTHEM – For the Future”

March 7, 2024 | News

Results of research conducted in Romania within the SafeHabitus project were presented at the international conference “FORTHEM – For...

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SAVE THE DATE – SafeHabitus Policy Seminar – “Seasonal and migrant workers in agri-food value chains”

February 19, 2024 | News

Workshop co-organised by the EESC NAT Section and the SAFEHABITUS project Date: 10th April 2024 from 09.15 to 13.00....

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