THE CAJAL INSTITUTE
Prevention of occupational hazards
Health and Safety at Work
From the direction of the Cajal Institute we are convinced that the only effective way to guarantee health and safety at work necessarily involves identifying and preventing the risks that can cause injuries, mental and physical illnesses and even cause death, establishing a series of of obligatory measures that make it possible to avoid situations of exposure to danger.
Strong workplace health and safety practices help manage risks for all facility staff. Among other benefits, observing these safety precepts will allow for greater productivity, healthier workplaces, and fewer work interruptions.
Occupational risk prevention guide
The prevention rules and recommendations to guarantee health and safety at the Cajal Institute are included in our Guide, which you can download here (Spanish version):
Neuroscience Research Center dependent on the CSIC. Founded in 1920 and initially directed by Santiago Ramón y Cajal. World reference in the study of the brain. Custodian of the Cajal Legacy.