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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 (...

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

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17/08/2017
The software tool SEIRICH has been developed by the National Research and Safety Institute (INRS) to harmonise the existing methods for assessing chemical risks in work environments in France, as well as to ensure consistency among preventive...

Developed within the framework of the French requirements on REACH and the classification and labelling of chemicals, the methodology...See more

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31/07/2017
The General Labour Inspectorate in Bulgaria has developed a new OiRA tool for the courier services sector to help identifying and assessing the risks in the provision of these services.

The ‘courier services’ tool aims to inform workers about the risks to which they are exposed in the performance of their tasks and how to prevent them. 

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28/07/2017
The Online interactive Risk Assessment tool in France poster has been accepted for the XXI World Congress on Safety and Health at Work 2017, which will take place in Singapore from 03 to 06 September 2017.

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

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26/06/2017
The Administration of Occupational Safety and Health in Iceland has developed a new OiRA tool for the hairdressing sector to help identifying and assessing working conditions in hair salons.

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

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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.

 

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

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