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Latest news

12/12/2018
Online interactive Risk Assessment (OiRA), in cooperation with coiffure and UniEuropa , introduces a new infographic, encouraging hairdressers to assess occupational safety and health risks and to...See more
13/11/2018
To understand how safety is taken into account in driving, riding or cycling for work, European Transport Safety Council conducted a study with workers engaged in gig economy. These workers are...See more
29/10/2018
Small retailers are an important source of employment and economic activity, but they have to face an increasing number of concerns due to modern digital revolution. This guide, addressing also the...See more
02/10/2018
A new case study describing the BeSMART (Business electronic Safety Management And Risk assessment Tool) in Ireland has been published.See more

New tools

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OiRA tool
This OiRA tool is intended to assist duty holders manage psychosocial risks and outline the possible preventive measures which mitigate against such risks. This tool provides guidance in how complex psychosocial issues can be handled adequately at the place of work.
Language:
English
Country:
Malta
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OiRA tool
This generic OiRA tool is intended for micro and small enterprises from all the sectors of the economy. This tool is divided into separate modules, which address different subjects such as occupational health and safety in general, physical agents, chemicals, stress, and manual handling. The tool will help users to identify the risks in one’s company and offers measures to deal with them.
Language:
English
Country:
Malta
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OiRA tool
This OiRA tool is intended for micro and small enterprises who are in the process of carrying out an assessment of the risks commonly encountered in an office environment. This OiRA tool also refers to the current legal provisions in place. This tool identifies the most common hazardous situations and assists the users to come up with control measures and an action plan to address these risks.
Language:
English
Country:
Malta
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