It also illustrates how easy it is for companies to manage occupational safety and health (OSH) with the sectoral OiRA tools available so far in Latvia, such as hairdressing, hotel and restaurants and so on. By protecting workers’ health,...Weitere Informationen anzeigen
Based on its successful results, the purpose of the updated tool is to simplify it and to give more options to the users, as well as to target the tool to the specific activities in their company. In addition, a...Weitere Informationen anzeigen
The tools aim to assess risks to workers in small and medium enterprises (SMEs) working on live performance productions or in venues like theatres, operas, etc. The tools are adapted to the specific characteristics of...Weitere Informationen anzeigen
Managing occupational safety and health (OSH) can be a big challenge for micro and small enterprises (MSEs).
What policies, programmes and tools are most effective to improve OSH in MSEs? And how can businesses be helped to make these work...Weitere Informationen anzeigen
The tool is intended to be used in both private and public offices’ activities and it deals with the most common sector related tasks. These include the use of computers, secretary activities, customer relations and...Weitere Informationen anzeigen
With a focus on small and medium-sized enterprises, the tool has been launched by OiRA partner the National Research and Safety Institute (INRS) in collaboration with the Association for the Development of Vocational...Weitere Informationen anzeigen
The video highlights in a catchy and graphic way the risk assessment approach with OiRA for preventing accidents, occupational diseases and sickness absence at the workplace.