This general agrement provides the basis for the cooperation between EU-OSHA and the European social partners for developing OiRA tool(s). The partners have committed themselves to start developing an OiRA...See more
Micro and small enterprises are the backbone of the EU’s economy. However, small companies can find managing occupational safety and health challenging because of a lack of resources or know-how.
To address this, EU-OSHA has launched an...See more
The poster, which focuses on four OiRA sectoral tools in France (road transport, restaurants, car repair and retail trade), has been produced by INRS and it will be presented together with EU-OSHA during the...See more
The ‘hairdresser’ tool aims to inform workers (hairdressers) about the risks to which they are exposed at the workplace and how to avoid future health problems. The tool includes questions grouped by subject and it...See more
The EU level 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,...See more