Occupational safety and health

WWF: Fires cause less damage in 2019 but other risks remain

Forest fires in Greece in 2019 may have been the least devastating compared to previous years in the last decade, but the impact of climate change on already existing problems in the countryside does not leave much room for optimism, according to the Greek chapter of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).

Nearly 70 wildfires reported in 24 hours

Beachgoers watch a firefighting helicopter scoop up water from the sea at the coastal resort of Loutraki, near Corinth, on Tuesday. A wildfire that started on Saturday on the area's Mount Geraneia and burned through hundreds of hectares of brush and trees over the weekend and on Monday, experienced fresh conflagrations Tuesday, which, however, were quickly doused.

Data on the Burnout Syndrome Will Be Presented in Bulgaria

The Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce will present data on  the "occupational burnout" syndrome and on the state of health of employees, their motivation, efficiency and achievements in the workplace in Bulgaria.

Experts will look for possible Burnout Syndrome solutions that will lead to higher business growth.