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, use and...See more
The purpose of the conference was to assess the tools, highlighting its added value and its contribution to improve occupational safety and health (OSH) standards, as well as to share knowledge and good practice. The...See more
UEAPME also outlines the need to translate and adapt tools for SMEs according to their size, sector, and specific risks, and refers to OiRA tools as good examples. The position adds that the potential of OiRA is...See more
The seven OiRA tools developed in Portugal include an action plan adapted to the specific needs of each company and industry. The sectors covered by the tools are catering, car repair, hairdressing, leather and tanning, road transport, working in...See more
The Italian commitment to the OiRA project was formalised with the signing of the OiRA memorandum of understanding between the Italian Ministry of Labour and Social Policy and EU-OSHA on 30 August 2013.
To achieve...See more
Workers in the professional cleaning sector perform their duties in different work environments, as well as in a wide range of buildings and surfaces. Therefore, the types of risks to which they are exposed not only relate to the specific job...See more