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Rue Washington 40
1050
Bruxelles, Belgium
EU level
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General phone:
+ 32 2512 7703
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The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work is a network organisation, with a "focal point" in each Member States as well as in European Free Trade Association (EFTA) States and candidate and potential candidate countries. You can contact with the National Focal Point here
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c/o WOS Postbus 185
6800
AD ARNHEM, Netherlands
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+31 2648 2445 0
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The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work is a network organisation, with a "focal point" in each Member States as well as in European Free Trade Association (EFTA) States and candidate and potential candidate countries. You can contact with the National Focal Point here
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Santiago de Compostela 12, planta 5 (Edificio Miribilla)
48009
Bilbao, Spain
EU level
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General phone:
+34 9447 9436 0
The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work is a network organisation, with a "focal point" in each Member States as well as in European Free Trade Association (EFTA) States and candidate and potential candidate countries. You can contact with the National Focal Point here
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Rue des Deux Eglises 26
1000
Brussels, Belgium
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General phone:
+32 4880 88290
The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work is a network organisation, with a "focal point" in each Member States as well as in European Free Trade Association (EFTA) States and candidate and potential candidate countries. You can contact with the National Focal Point here
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Papakyriazi 22
41222
Larissa, Greece
EU level
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Dedicated OiRA website:
General phone:
+30 2410 5650 55
The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work is a network organisation, with a "focal point" in each Member States as well as in European Free Trade Association (EFTA) States and candidate and potential candidate countries. You can contact with the National Focal Point here
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40 Rue Joseph II
1000
Brussels, Belgium
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Website:
Dedicated OiRA website:
General phone:
+32 2234 5653
The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work is a network organisation, with a "focal point" in each Member States as well as in European Free Trade Association (EFTA) States and candidate and potential candidate countries. You can contact with the National Focal Point here
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Boulevard du roi Albert II 5/10
1210
Brussels, Belgium
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Website:
General phone:
+32 2226 0050
The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work is a network organisation, with a "focal point" in each Member States as well as in European Free Trade Association (EFTA) States and candidate and potential candidate countries. You can contact with the National Focal Point here
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Rue Dautzenberg 36-38
B-1050
Brussels, Belgium
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Website:
General phone:
+32 504 7845
The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work is a network organisation, with a "focal point" in each Member States as well as in European Free Trade Association (EFTA) States and candidate and potential candidate countries. You can contact with the National Focal Point here
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Rue de l’Association 27
B-1000
Brussels, Belgium
EU level
Website:
General phone:
+32 2225 8330
The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work is a network organisation, with a "focal point" in each Member States as well as in European Free Trade Association (EFTA) States and candidate and potential candidate countries. You can contact with the National Focal Point here
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Bd du Roi Albert II, 9th floor
1210
Brussels, Belgium
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Website:
General phone:
+32 2224 06962
The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work is a network organisation, with a "focal point" in each Member States as well as in European Free Trade Association (EFTA) States and candidate and potential candidate countries. You can contact with the National Focal Point here
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38, Rue Fossé-aux-Loups
B-1000
Brussels, Belgium
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General phone:
+3222187730
The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work is a network organisation, with a "focal point" in each Member States as well as in European Free Trade Association (EFTA) States and candidate and potential candidate countries. You can contact with the National Focal Point here
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Sainctelette Square 19/6,
10000
Brussels, Belgium
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Website:
Dedicated OiRA website:
General phone:
+32 2203 6296
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The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work is a network organisation, with a "focal point" in each Member States as well as in European Free Trade Association (EFTA) States and candidate and potential candidate countries. You can contact with the National Focal Point here
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Gooierserf 400
1276 KT
Huizen, Netherlands
EU level
Website:
Dedicated OiRA website:
General phone:
+31 3552 8028 0
The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work is a network organisation, with a "focal point" in each Member States as well as in European Free Trade Association (EFTA) States and candidate and potential candidate countries. You can contact with the National Focal Point here
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40, rue Joseph II
1000
Brussels, Belgium
EU level
Website:
General phone:
+32 2234 5656
The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work is a network organisation, with a "focal point" in each Member States as well as in European Free Trade Association (EFTA) States and candidate and potential candidate countries. You can contact with the National Focal Point here
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25, Koningin Fabiolalaan
1780
Wemmel, Belgium
EU level
Website:
Dedicated OiRA website:
General phone:
+32 2462 0773
The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work is a network organisation, with a "focal point" in each Member States as well as in European Free Trade Association (EFTA) States and candidate and potential candidate countries. You can contact with the National Focal Point here
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02/10/2017
EU level
Standard presentations

English

OiRA update - October 2017

Find out the latest updates on OiRA, including statistics on test sessions and website visitors, events and figures for tools, partners and risk assessments.
View all
OiRA Tools
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09/11/2016
Water transport
EU level
English

Maritime transport

Seafaring still belongs to one of the most dangerous occupations worldwide. Risk assessment as a cornerstone in risk management has been widely introduced by internationally operating shipping companies. In contrast, small and micro sized shipping enterprises operating in coastal areas often have no systematic approach to occupational health and safety management. In order to tackle this challenge the “SHIPSAN-ACT – Joint Action” has developed this OiRA tool on maritime transport. The Risk Assessment Tool was structured into ten modules. Based on two general modules dealing with the general approach to safety and health on board (“Occupational Safety and Health Management” and “General Hazards on Board”), six modules cover relevant areas of the ship (“Working on the Bridge”, “Working on the Deck and Cargo Decks”, “Working in the Engine Room”, “Working in the Galley”, “Living Accommodation” and “Working in the ships offices”). Two extra modules were created to treat specific topics (“Dealing with Emergencies” and “Vulnerable Working Groups”). The OiRA tool for Maritime Transport can be used by anyone wishing to assess health and safety-related risks that might exist in their workplace on a ship.
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08/11/2016
Live performance - venues
EU level
Spanish

Live performance - venues

The Live Performance sector encompasses artistic productions and workplaces with a great diversity of elements to be considered in relation to occupational health and safety. The tool cover among other things the technical elements in relation to set, rigging and stage; the special elements, stunts and artistic performance activities on the stage; the chemical and hazardous substances used in special effects; frequent high noise levels; and the presence of an audience. Considering these risks, it's clear that a sector-specific risk assessment is vitally necessary to prevent accident and injury. There are two different OiRA tools, one focusing on productions and the other on venues. The Live Performance Venue Tool is focused on venues such as opera houses, theaters, etc. that are hosting different productions.
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25/09/2017
The SUBSPORT - Substitution Support Portal is a free-of-charge, multilingual platform for information exchange on the substitution of hazardous chemicals for alternative substances and technologies.See more
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13/09/2017
Subtitles in Euskara, Catalá, Galego and Valenciano have been added to the ‘OiRA tools for the live performance sector’ video by Spanish partner organisations, who are also organising seminars and events across the country, to promote the use of...See more
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Promotional resources
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02/10/2017
EU level
Standard presentations

English

OiRA update - October 2017

Find out the latest updates on OiRA, including statistics on test sessions and website visitors, events and figures for tools, partners and risk assessments.
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01/10/2017
EU level
Standard presentations

English

OiRA general presentation 2017

General powerpoint presentation about the OiRA tool and the risk assessment process.
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27/09/2017
EU level
Infographics

English

Risk assessment with OiRA in 4 steps

This visual provides an eye-catching description of the 4 steps of the risk assessment process; from preparation, through the identification & evaluation of risks, to setting up an action plan and reporting.
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18/08/2017
EU level
Videos

English

OiRA tools for the live performance sector

This video has been produced by the EU social partners 'The European Arts and Entertainment Alliance' and the 'Performing Arts Employers Association League Europe' to promote their two OiRA tools developed for the live performance sector. The original language is English with subtitles in Spanish and Greek available. Partner organisations at the national level in Spain have also added subtitles to the video in Euskara, Catalá, Galego and Valenciano, which are co-official languages of the country.
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16/06/2017
EU level
Infographics

English

OiRA in facts and figures

This infographic displays key and updated information from OiRA, underlining the usefulness, relevance and impact of the OiRA tools and highlighting the most recent statistics about their development, use and the satisfaction rate of users. It complements the OiRA 'state of the art' document in a visual and engaging manner.
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03/05/2017
EU level
Videos

English

Napo in…risk assessment online

Napo is on a mission to convince his boss that carrying out a risk assessment has never been easier thanks to OiRA. Together they identify and evaluate occupational safety and health risks and take the right preventive actions. Join Napo and do your risk assessment online now!
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26/04/2017
EU level
Leaflets and brochures

English

OiRA Flyer

This resource provides short summaries of key points about what is OiRA, why use it, who is OiRA for and how does it work. It also provides users with an overview of the OiRA tools and how to access them.
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03/02/2017
EU level
Articles

English

Guide - Implementing and maintaining an OiRA tool

This guide provides the follow-up steps for the development, implementation and maintainance of an OiRA tool for your sector.
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03/02/2017
EU level
Articles

English

Guide - How to create an OiRA tool

This guide will assist you in creating content for the OiRA tool for enterprises in your sector, as well as in offering the tool to them.
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03/02/2017
EU level
Articles

English

Guide – OiRA tools generator

This manual describes the ‘admin’ website of the OiRA risk assessment platform, including the space where developers create risk assessment tools that will be displayed on the ‘client’ website of the OiRA risk assessment platform and where end users (enterprises) access OiRA tools to perform a risk assessment.
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23/12/2016
EU level
Factsheets

English

OiRA promotion and implementation strategy

This E-fact provides Member State policy makers, EU and national social partners, OSH-experts, researchers and other relevant networks or associations with information on the implementation strategy of sector-specific risk assessment tools for micro and small enterprises.
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23/12/2016
EU level
Factsheets

English

EU-OSHA/OiRA communications strategy & implementation plan 2014 -2020

This document provides a communications path for the OiRA project, setting up a comprehensive OiRA promotion and diffusion strategy at European, national and sectoral level.
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22/12/2016
EU level
Standard presentations

English

Progress of the OiRA project

Find out information about OiRA main statistics, partners in Member States, social partners, number of tools and more materials and resources.
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26/09/2016
EU level
Articles

English

Occupational risk assessment in micro-enterprises - the assets of digital tools

What if micro-enterprises were to take their first step in risk prevention via the internet? This is what several European Union Member States are hoping as they develop online interactive tools to help assess occupational risks. Although such tools have many benefits, their design must follow certain fundamental principles to ensure their effectiveness.
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26/09/2016
EU level
Videos

English

The OiRA activity on film

This video from 2012 gives an overview of the OiRA activities and shows the first impressions of relevant OiRA partners.
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26/09/2016
EU level
Factsheets

English

FAQs

Find out the most common questions and answers related to OiRA.
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26/09/2016
EU level
Standard presentations

English

Added value of e-tools - OiRA case study

When it comes to risk assessment and empowering micro and small companies so they can manage their occupational risk in a more exhaustive and systematic way, e-tools in general and more specifically an Interactive risk assessment tool like OiRA can be very helpful. This PDF presents the added value of OiRA as an e-tool.
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26/09/2016
EU level
Standard presentations

English

Risk assessment in SMEs - challenges and opportunities

Risk assessment is the start of the health and safety management approach – if not done well or not done at all, the appropriate preventive measures are unlikely to be identified or put in place. It has become a familiar concept for organising prevention at the workplace (since the adoption of the Framework Directive 89/391) and is carried out by hundreds of thousands of companies all over Europe but remains a pending issue for many, many others (especially the smaller ones). In this PDF, the challenges and opportunities for SMEs when it comes to risk assessment are dealt with.
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26/09/2016
EU level
Factsheets

English

Facilitating risk assessment for Europe´s micro and small organisations

EU-OSHA has developed the OiRA Online interactive Risk Assessment tool ; a comprehensive yet easy to use and cost-free web application to facilitate the risk assessment process.
OiRA Tools
Maritime_sector.jpg
09/11/2016
Water transport
EU level
English

Maritime transport

Seafaring still belongs to one of the most dangerous occupations worldwide. Risk assessment as a cornerstone in risk management has been widely introduced by internationally operating shipping companies. In contrast, small and micro sized shipping enterprises operating in coastal areas often have no systematic approach to occupational health and safety management. In order to tackle this challenge the “SHIPSAN-ACT – Joint Action” has developed this OiRA tool on maritime transport. The Risk Assessment Tool was structured into ten modules. Based on two general modules dealing with the general approach to safety and health on board (“Occupational Safety and Health Management” and “General Hazards on Board”), six modules cover relevant areas of the ship (“Working on the Bridge”, “Working on the Deck and Cargo Decks”, “Working in the Engine Room”, “Working in the Galley”, “Living Accommodation” and “Working in the ships offices”). Two extra modules were created to treat specific topics (“Dealing with Emergencies” and “Vulnerable Working Groups”). The OiRA tool for Maritime Transport can be used by anyone wishing to assess health and safety-related risks that might exist in their workplace on a ship.
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08/11/2016
Live performance - venues
EU level
Spanish

Live performance - venues

The Live Performance sector encompasses artistic productions and workplaces with a great diversity of elements to be considered in relation to occupational health and safety. The tool cover among other things the technical elements in relation to set, rigging and stage; the special elements, stunts and artistic performance activities on the stage; the chemical and hazardous substances used in special effects; frequent high noise levels; and the presence of an audience. Considering these risks, it's clear that a sector-specific risk assessment is vitally necessary to prevent accident and injury. There are two different OiRA tools, one focusing on productions and the other on venues. The Live Performance Venue Tool is focused on venues such as opera houses, theaters, etc. that are hosting different productions.
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08/11/2016
Live performance - productions
EU level
Spanish

Live performance - productions

The Live Performance sector encompasses artistic productions and workplaces with a great diversity of elements to be considered in relation to occupational health and safety. The tool cover among other things the technical elements in relation to set, rigging and stage; the special elements, stunts and artistic performance activities on the stage; the chemical and hazardous substances used in special effects; frequent high noise levels; and the presence of an audience. Considering these risks, it's clear that a sector-specific risk assessment is vitally necessary to prevent accident and injury. There are two different OiRA tools, one focusing on productions and the other on venues. The Live Performance Productions Tool also includes the cooperation between the production and the different venues hosting productions when going on tour.
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03/10/2016
Leather and tanning
EU level
English

Leather and tanning

As the tanner deals with heavy machines and various chemicals, the tanning industry among other industries belongs to the potentially higher risk sectors regarding health and safety at the workplace. Wrong handling of machines can cause severe damage to the human body and improper handling of chemicals can create health hazards to humans. An inappropriate working environment can also increase sick leave and reduce motivation and commitment of workers. Therefore the Social Partners of the European Leather Industry, industriAll and COTANCE have developed an online tool to support small and medium sized tanners in particular in the proper management of occupational health and safety risks. The tool is meant as a reference to give valuable information and suggestions to perform a risk assessment for the tannery in order to minimise and eliminate health and safety risks. Implementation of the tool does not however ensure legal compliance with the respective national health and safety regulations. The tool has been developed at EU level and may serve as a basis when developing an OiRA leather and tanning tool at national level. This implies that specific changes are needed for national adaptions (e.g. national legislation). The tool is intended to raise awareness of health and safety issues in the tannery and give examples for good practices.
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06/09/2016
Live performance - venues
EU level
English

Live performance - venues

The Live Performance sector encompasses artistic productions and workplaces with a great diversity of elements to be considered in relation to occupational health and safety. The tools cover among other things the technical elements in relation to set, rigging and stage; the special elements, stunts and artistic performance activities on the stage; the chemical and hazardous substances used in special effects; frequent high noise levels; and the presence of an audience. Considering these risks, it's clear that a sector-specific risk assessment is vitally necessary to prevent accident and injury. There are two different OiRA tools, one focusing on productions and the other on venues. The Live Performance Venue Tool is focused on venues such as opera houses, theaters, etc. that are hosting different productions.
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02/09/2016
Cleaning
EU level
English

Cleaning

This tool deals with general office cleaning. Office cleaning is performed in different work environments in various kinds of buildings. Therefore the types of risks to which cleaning workers are exposed are also specific to the premises they work in. Should the risk assessment be carried out in offices located in specific premises like laboratories, hospitals, etc. additional risks would need to be considered (for instance exposure to biological risks, radiations, etc.). This tool has been developed at EU level and may serve as a basis when developing an OiRA cleaning tool at national level. This implies that specific changes are needed for national adaptions (e.g. national legislation). The solutions the tool offers are meant to be understood as suggestions.
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01/07/2016
Live performance - productions
EU level
English

Live performance - productions

The live performance sector encompasses artistic productions and workplaces with a great diversity of elements to be considered in relation to occupational health and safety. The tools cover among other things the technical elements in relation to set, rigging and stage; the special elements, stunts and artistic performance activities on the stage; the chemical and hazardous substances used in special effects; frequent high noise levels; and the presence of an audience. Considering these risks, it's clear that a sector-specific risk assessment is vitally necessary to prevent accident and injury. There are two different OiRA tools, one focusing on productions and the other on venues. The Live Performance Productions Tool also includes also the cooperation between the production and the different venues hosting productions when going on tour.
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01/06/2016
Private security
EU level
English

Private security

Private security guards are involved in preventing all types of risks and in serving the security of people, premises, processes, and goods. At the same time they are exposed to many risks, such as slips, trips and falls and violence of all types to only name the most frequent ones. The tool covers five different areas: commercial manned guarding, mobile patroling, event security, airport security and maritime security. The tool is highly adaptable and gives the choice to companies to repeat each of these areas for every single location/event where private security has been contracted. The tool has been developed by the EU social partners and needs to be adapted at country level to ensure that it includes the respective legislative information on national level.
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01/11/2015
Sports - professional
EU level
English

Sport sector - professional sports

The professional sports sector comprises many sub-sectors, such as handball, basketball, cycling, football (to only name a few). This tool includes general statements on either indoor or outdoor field sports, it further includes a section on water sports and on ice and snow sports. Beside covering a broad range of sports, the sector and accordingly the tool include a wide range of employmees, not only including athletes but also coaches, referees, office workers, receptionists, ticket sellers, security guards, caretakers, maintainance workers, gardeners, kitchen staff, bartenders, club managers, operations managers, supporting staff, and many more. All of these can be volunteers as well.
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01/11/2015
Sports - active leisure
EU level
English

Sport sector - active leisure

The active leisure sector comprises two sub-sectors - fitness and outdoors, and they are part of the broader sport sector. The fitness sector uses qualified instructors and trainers to deliver diverse, structured exercise programmes that help people of all ages and abilities to improve their health, muscle and cardiovascular endurance, coordination, balance, agility and flexibility. Fitness programmes also build a feeling of individual wellbeing that establishes and helps to maintain a healthy balance of mind, body and spirit. The outdoor sector uses outdoor related activities (mountain biking, canoe, rafting, horse riding, … etc.) as the basis of delivery of a recreational or personal development service. Outdoor providers do not generally offer competitions, which are therefore not included in the tool. The outdoor sector uses qualified instructors to deliver outdoor activities in a context of fun, recreation, tourism, outdoor learning or engagement with the natural environment. The tool does not cover high risk activities such as climbing, diving, surfing etc. since these were considered to be very specific and as such, need to go along with very specific health and safety measure, that couldn't be covered within the current approach. Aspects such as work performed outside normal working hours, part-time or temporary contracts, or volunteer work as well as free lancer work are included in the tool.
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01/11/2015
Sports - not-for-profit
EU level
English

Sport sector - not-for-profit

Not-for-profit sports improve the quality of people's lives through exercise, fun and personal development. Not-for-profit sports is a part of the broader sport sector. The OiRA tool on not-for-profit sports sector covers activities being conducted by the following staff: Sport coaches & sport instructors and trainers, individually orientated and group wise orientated; sport managers; location managers and operational support (e.g. maintenance workers, caretakers, cleaners, grounds men, gardeners, food & beverage staff, receptionists, cashiers, ticket sellers, office workers, drivers, security guards). All the above workers can also be volunteers. Any sports club or person that represents a sports club is considered to be an 'employer'. In the not-for-profit sports sector the employers are often volunteers as well. Working at a not-for-profit sports organisation concerns the indoor facilities an outdoor activities (grounds), and sometimes travelling. Work is often performed outside normal working hours, frequently in the evening or at night and at weekends. The workers may be employed on part-time or temporary contracts, as a volunteer or may work as self-employed. Many instructors in the outdoor sport are freelancer either working for centers on contract or as self-employed.
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01/10/2014
Hairdressing
EU level
English

Hairdressing

'OiRA Hairdressers' has been developed under the supervision of the EU social dialogue partners: Coiffure EU, employers, UNI Europa Hair & Beauty and trade unions. The content of the tool is based on European legislation and particularly on the provisions of the European framework agreement on the protection of occupational health and safety in the hairdressing sector. This tool has been developed at EU level and may serve as a basis when developing an OiRA hairdressers tool at national level. This implies that specific changes will be needed for national adaptions. The solutions the tool offers are meant to be understood as suggestions.
News
SUBSPORT_logo.jpg
25/09/2017
The SUBSPORT - Substitution Support Portal is a free-of-charge, multilingual platform for information exchange on the substitution of hazardous chemicals for alternative substances and technologies.See more
OiRA_seminar-Bilbao.jpg
13/09/2017
Subtitles in Euskara, Catalá, Galego and Valenciano have been added to the ‘OiRA tools for the live performance sector’ video by Spanish partner organisations, who are also organising seminars and events across the country, to promote the use of...See more
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04/09/2017
EU-OSHA has signed the OiRA memorandum of understanding for the development, use and maintenance of an OiRA tool with the Hotels, Restaurants & Cafés in Europe (HOTREC) and the European Federation of Food, Agriculture and Tourism Trade Unions (...See more
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13/07/2017
The VeSafe e-guide is an interactive one-stop shop website for good practice, easy reference and an overview of relevant regulations on vehicle-related risks at work. It also provides key information, with a focus on safe driving for work, workplace...See more
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16/06/2017
The ‘OiRA in facts and figures’ infographic of the Online interactive Risk Assessment (OiRA) project is available in English language.See more
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12/06/2017
On 17 May 2017, EU-OSHA and the European Commission jointly convened a conference to discuss how to support micro and small companies (MSEs) through the use of interactive risk assessment tools.See more
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09/06/2017
In its recently published position paper, UEAPME highlights the support needed by SMEs to comply with health and safety rules through further development of (web-based) tools for risk-assessment like OiRA.See more
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15/05/2017
When major discussions on workplace health and safety are underway in the European Union, the 7th OiRA community meeting (Brussels, May 16 - 17, 2017) brings OiRA partners the opportunity to examine their challenges ahead, as well as interested...See more
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27/04/2017
The new flyer of the Online interactive Risk Assessment (OiRA) project is available in English language.See more
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05/04/2017
The next meeting of the Online interactive Risk Assessment (OiRA) Community will take place in Brussels on May 16-17, 2017. The event, which is jointly organised by EU-OSHA and the European Commission for the first time, will consist of two distinct...See more
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27/03/2017
EU-OSHA has signed the OiRA memorandum of understanding for the development, use and maintenance of an OiRA tool with the the European Federation of Education Employers (EFEE) and the European Trade Union Committee for Education (ETUCE).See more
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17/03/2017
COTANCE and industriAll-European Trade Union have launched the Due Diligence for Healthy Workplaces in the Tanning Industry project, which aims to update the OiRA tool for the tanning sector and to conduct an EU survey on current practices for the...See more
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16/02/2017
The European Association of Sport Employers (EASE) and UNI Europa have recommended the use of OiRA tools to improve health and safety standards and to address common barriers to employability in the sports and active leisure sectors on a joint...See more
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28/09/2016
The evolution of digital technologies has led to a significant growth of online interactive tools (e-tools) related to Occupational Safety and Health (OSH).See more
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28/07/2016
UNI Europa Hair and Beauty and its Social Partner Coiffure EU have validated the Online interactive Risk Assessment (OiRA) tool for the hairdressing sector.See more
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23/05/2016
UNI Europa and the European Association of Sport Employers (EASE) have developed three new tools for comprehensive risk evaluation with the support of EU-OSHA.See more
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30/03/2016
The EU social partners from the live performance sector, the European Arts and Entertainment Alliance (EAEA, composed of FIM, FIA and UNI MEI) and Pearle* have released a video on their Online interactive Risk Assessment (OiRA) tools.See more
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25/09/2015
The European social partners of the live performance sector Pearle* and EAEA have launched two online interactive tools to support risk assessment.See more
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15/07/2014
EU-OSHA has signed the OiRA memorandum of understanding for the development, use and maintenance of the OiRA tools with UNI Europa – hair and beauty and the European Association of Employers in Hairdressing (Coiffure EU).See more
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01/07/2014
The OiRA memorandum of understanding between EU-OSHA and SHIPSAN ACT has been signed.See more
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10/06/2014
The social partners the European Federation of Cleaning Industries (EFCI) and UNI Europa have successfully validated the OiRA tool for the cleaning sector to establish a better OSH culture among small and medium enterprises and to assist them in...See more