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Members of the OiRA community and IRAT network met in Brussels on 18 June to discuss the state of their tools, successful promotional approaches and technical challenges and possibilities.

In addition, the partners exchanged their views on how to approach the evaluation of the OiRA/IRAT tools. The meeting was followed by a...See more

The Belgian Federal Public Service Employment, Labour and Social Dialogue (FPS Employment) has launched four OiRA tools in cooperation with the national social partners.

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...See more

The Italian Ministry of Labour and Social Policy together with the National Institute For Accident Prevention at Work (INAIL) in Italy has developed an OiRA tool to help improving the working conditions of workers in businesses having office...

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...See more

The e-tool MAVImplant Logistique to integrate the occupational and safety and health dimension in the conception of workplaces has been launched in France.

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...See more

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A new animated video on OiRA has been released in Bulgaria to show how easy it is for businesses across various sectors to manage occupational safety and health (OSH) with OiRA tools.

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.

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OiRA partners have developed five new OiRA tools since the beginning of 2018 to assess the risks and help improving the working conditions of workers across various sectors.

The tools correspond to the real state, veterinary, hairdressing, printing, and road transport industries and have been developed by Bulgaria, Latvia and Croatia. These new OiRA tools help evaluating the risks of each...See more

The ‘Better Regulation as part of the Reform Agenda’ Conference is taking place on 09 March in Zagreb to present the results of the Croatian Government’s Action Plan for reducing the administrative burden in micro and small enterprises (MSEs), in...

The conference will focus on presenting the measures implemented in the country across 2017, as well as those planned for 2018. Participants will include Croatian Prime Minister and high-level speakers from the...See more

The Irish Health and Safety Authority (HSA) has launched the ‘ Work Positive ’ online tool to help companies manage the work-related stress and improve employees’ well-being.

Based on a ‘whole workforce’ approach and through a confidential psychosocial risk management process, Work Positive is for all workplace stressors but has a new additional piece specific to critical incidents in...See more