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Ending Workplace TB (EWTB) is a unique collaboration of private sector leaders and international technical agencies dedicated to improving the health of their workforces. To find out more or to join us, use the form below.

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FOR HEALTHY, RESILIENT

WORKPLACES

FREE FROM TUBERCULOSIS

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FOR A HEALTHY WORKFORCE

Ending Workplace TB isn't just about individual companies improving workplace health. It's also a movement for change. The private sector can't operate without a healthy workforce and that means action from across the public, private and not-for profit sectors.
 
To find out how you can support our campaigns for a healthier workforce, contact us at partners@ewtb.org

SIX REASONS TO TACKLE TB IN THE WORKPLACE

MAXIMISE PRODUCTIVITY

People who are ill with TB often lose a high number of days of work before they are diagnosed and sick people can be as much as 20% less productive.

PROTECT AGAINST RISK

Research suggests that even one case of TB could result in up to 50% of your workforce being infected.

ACHIEVABLE STEPS

Relatively simple, low-cost interventions have been found to reduce the spread of respiratory diseases in the workplace by 99%.

RETURN ON INVESTMENT

Research suggests that comprehensive workplace health systems yield a net positive return on investment for companies.

BRAND STRENGTHENING

Workplaces with strong health benefits are attractive to employees, and healthy supply chains matter to customers and investors.

BUILD RESILIENCE

TB is a lethal respiratory pathogen and shares many symptoms and testing procedures with COVID-19. A strong workplace health system can help protect your workforce from the impact of diseases.

Roche joins EWTB at Davos event (more here)

WHO WE ARE

Ending Workplace TB (EWTB) is a coalition of multinationals, united by a shared commitment to the health and wellbeing of the people who work for them, and who work in their supply chains. Our members work collectively and individually to tackle TB and associated illnesses in their workplaces and communities. 

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