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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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08/11/2016
Beauty salons
Latvia
Latvian

Beauty salons

This tool is intended to beauty salons establishments having to deal with many different occupational risk factors - contact with customers, inadequate lighting and microclimate, work in awkward postures, repetitive movements, nail fungal exposure, frequent contact with water and wet items, etc. It starts with the identification of hazards and assesses the level of risk, then it allows end-users to choose the most suitable preventive actions to eliminate or reduce risk. Do not forget to implement the proposed preventive measures! The tool includes tips on how to protect employees from burns, to reduce the load of the spine and joints, it also includes an introduction on the main principles of fire safety and on how to prevent damage to the skin hand. This tool is an easy way to improve working conditions in beauty salons. Using this tool can contribute to keep them healthy, motivated and with good work ability.
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22/06/2017
Hairdressing
Iceland
Icelandic

Hairdresser

This tool aims to inform workers about the risks to which they are exposed as hairdressers and help them learn to avoid future health problems. This tool helps to identify and assess the working conditions in hair salons. Questions are grouped by subject and provide advice for improvement.
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07/03/2018
Hairdressing
Croatia
Croatian

Hairdressers

This tool prepares employers and workers for an occupational safety and health risk assessment. It helps to identify risks and to set up a plan of measures to prevent possible damages and protect the health of workers. It consists of five modules: organising and implementing measures of occupational safety, information on working conditions, tasks of hairdressers, skin protection etc. included. An introduction on the main principles of fire safety is also included. If there are any other risks that are not specified in this tool, they can be added by the user. A final report can be saved and printed as a document of a risk assessment as well as a plan of measures if it is needed.
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14/09/2018
Hairdressing
Cyprus
Greek

Hairdressing

This tool aims to informs employers and workers about the hazards hairdressers are exposed to at their workplace and gives guidance on how to prevent these risks. Questions are grouped by subject and the tools provides plenty of advice for improvement.
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30/09/2016
Hairdressing
Spain
Catalan

Hairdressing

In most hairdressing salons, everything is geared around the client. Sometimes hairdressers disregard their own health, leading to health problems such as hairdresser eczema or wrist, neck and shoulder complaints. This often forces them, even while still very young, to abandon the profession. "OiRA perruqueries" has been developed taking as an example "OiRA Hairdressers" tool, which has been developed under the supervision of the social dialogue partners: Coiffure EU (employers) and UNI Europa Hair and Beauty (trade unions). The content is based on European legislation and particularly on the provisions of the European framework agreement on the protection of occupational health and safety in the hairdressing sector.
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30/09/2016
Hairdressing
Slovenia
Slovenian

Hairdressing

A hairdresser's tasks are very diverse and can vary from cutting, colouring and styling hair, beards and mustaches. While carrying out their job, hairdressers use a plethora of accessories and tools made of different materials, including scissors, combs, hairbrushes, razors and hair cutting machines, hair winders, soaping brushes, sprayers, hair sprays, toilet water, shampoos, hair strengtheners and colours. Most hairdressers have a broad range of skills, but some others specialise in processes. Hairdressing work requires good physical skills. The OiRA tool for hairdressers deals with general risks with an emphasis on chemical safety and skin protection. This risk assessment contains proposed solutions to reduce or eliminate the risks. All requirements, listed in the OiRA tool, are linked to legislation.
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14/10/2016
Hairdressing
Belgium
French

Hairdressing

The first OiRA tool developed in Belgium was designed specifically for the hairdressing sector. It is the result of intense work and rewarding cooperation between workers’ and employers’ organizations in the hairdressing sector and the SPF ETCS. Prevent has also contributed its technological support.
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14/10/2016
Hairdressing
Belgium
Dutch

Hairdressing

The first OiRA tool developed in Belgium was designed specifically for the hairdressing sector. It is the result of intense work and rewarding cooperation between workers’ and employers’ organisations in the hairdressing sector and the SPF ETCS. Prevent has also contributed its technological support.
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08/11/2016
Hairdressing
Portugal
Portuguese

Hairdressing

Hairdressing

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