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The OiRA sectoral tools provided here are to enable micro and small enterprises to carry out risk assessments. The tools are free to download and can be easily accessed by clicking on the relevant link. Each link is accompanied by a short description of the tool and the name of the OiRA partner who developed it. Tools can be searched by country, language and sector.

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08/07/2020
Agriculture, forestry & fishing
France
French

Shellfish activities

The tool has been developed and published by the French Maritime Prevention Institute.

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08/07/2020
Agriculture, forestry & fishing
France
French

Fishing

The tool has been developed and published by the French Maritime Prevention Insitute.

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08/07/2020
Transport (air, water & rail)
France
French

Passenger water transport - ships

The tool has been developed and published by the French Maritime Prevention Institute.

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25/06/2020
Generic tools/risk specific
France
French

COVID-19

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10/10/2019
Hairdressers & beauty salons
France
French

Personal services – nail studios

Installation and removal of classic or semi-permanent nail polish, false nail application with gels or resins, nail art decoration are all activities that expose workers, mostly women, to products containing dangerous chemicals. Some of the substances contained in the resins, glues, solvents and varnishes used by nail technicians can lead to the occurrence of cutaneous and / or respiratory allergic reactions, which are responsible for 75% of the professional pathologies diagnosed in this sector. The most common ones are allergic contact dermatitis, which causes an inflammation of the skin that can lead toworkers having to stop working in the sector.
In addition repetitive gestures, prolonged, constrained sitting work postures, vibrations of tools, etc. can also promote the occurrence of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs).
To help professionals in this sector to identify and assess different risks, a this new OiRA tool has been developed by INRS in collaboration with stakeholders from the sector.

Pose et dépose de vernis classiques ou semi-permanents, pose de faux ongles à l’aide de gels ou de résines, décoration de type “nail art”… autant d’activités qui exposent des travailleurs, en majorité des femmes, à des produits chimiques dangereux.
Certaines des substances contenues dans les résines, colles, dissolvants et vernis utilisés par les prothésistes ongulaires peuvent entraîner la survenue de réactions allergiques cutanées et/ou respiratoires, à l'origine de 75 % des pathologies professionnelles diagnostiquées dans ce secteur.
Les gestes répétitifs, les postures de travail assises prolongées, contraignantes ou encore les vibrations d’outils, utilisés par exemple pour le polissage de l’ongle, peuvent aussi favoriser la survenue de troubles musculosquelettiques (TMS), soient 15 % des consultations. La plupart des accidents du travail dans ce secteur sont causés par des chutes (46 %) et de la manutention (38 %).
Dans le secteur de la beauté, 97 % de la profession est féminine et les ¾ ont moins de 30 ans.
Pour aider les professionnels de ce secteur à identifier et évaluer les différents risques, un nouvel outil Oira «Soin et prothésie ongulaire» a été élaboré par l'INRS en collaboration avec les associations professionnelles du secteur.

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16/10/2018
Hotels restaurants catering
France
French

Hotels and restaurants

This tool is intended to the companies from the HORECA (hotels, restaurants and cafes) sector: the content is based on the INRS brochures

 It was developed jointly by prevention organisations (INRS, CARSAT ...) and actors from the sector (professional organisations ...).

Cet outil est destiné aux entreprises des secteurs Hôtellerie / Café / Restauration : contenus issus des brochures INRS

 

 

 

  Il a été élaboré en associant des organismes de prévention (INRS, CARSAT…) et des acteurs du métier concerné (organisations professionnelles…).

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17/10/2016
Automotive transportation, distribution & logistics
France
French

Road transport

This tool is intended for road transport companies of packaged goods: the content is based on the INRS brochure "Road freight transport, guide for risk assessment" (ED 6095). It was developed jointly by prevention organizations (INRS, CARSAT ...) and actors from the sector  (professional organizations ...).

Cet outil est destiné aux entreprises effectuant du transport routier de marchandises conditionnées : contenus issus de la brochure INRS « Transport routier de marchandises, guide pour l’évaluation des risques  » (ED 6095). Il a été  élaboré en associant des organismes de prévention (INRS, CARSAT…) et des acteurs du métier concerné (organisations professionnelles…).

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17/10/2016
Wholesale & retail trade
France
French

Commercial shops of non-food products

This tool is intended for small businesses from the non-food retail sector. It was developed jointly by prevention organizations (INRS, occupational health services ...) and actors from the non-food trade (professional organizations ...).

Cet outil est destiné aux petits commerces de détail non alimentaires. Il a été  élaboré en associant des organismes de prévention (INRS, services de santé au travail…) et des acteurs du commerce non alimentaire (organisations professionnelles…).

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17/10/2016
Motor vehicles, repair & related activities
France
French

Vehicles: Car & heavy loads vehicles repair

This tool is intended for car and heavy load vehicles repair. It includes optional modules: Mechanics / Bodywork / trucks which can be activated according to the company's business. It was developed jointly by prevention organizations (INRS, CARSAT ...) and actors from the automotive repair sector (professional organizations ...).

Cet outil est destiné aux garages automobiles et poids lourds. Il comprend des modules optionnels : mécanique / carrosserie / poids lourds à activer en fonction de l’activité de l’entreprise. Il a été  élaboré en associant des organismes de prévention (INRS, CARSAT…) et des acteurs de la réparation automobile (organisations professionnelles…).