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.
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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
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.
The sessions of the first day will focus on the OiRA national partners and the challenges they face ahead. Key issues will be examined and discussed, including the allocation of assurance resources, the adaptation of tools to national contexts,...See more
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 two OiRA tools for their sector in close...See more
As part of the project, the two partners have also launched two calls for tenders to look for occupational health and safety professionals to conduct the European survey and to update the online OiRA database (health and safety at the workplace...See more
It points out that these tools provide users with practical guidance on their risk assessment process, offering them preventive solutions adapted to each sector in order to build up action plans. The report also describes resources and measures...See more
The ‘mining and quarrying’ tool is particularly addressed at those who perform their activity in mineral surfaces and extractive industries. It includes mandatory modules like risk factors and hazards associated to heavy equipment. The ‘premises...See more