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What's new in OiRA?

Companies implementing an OSH management system based on national or international standards should evaluate OSH performance, and determine the effectiveness of the OSH management system. The effectiveness of the OSH management systems should be based not only on the outcome (lagging) indicators, such as work-related incidents, injuries and ill health, but also on frequent measurement of selected leading indicators, which are able to provide an up-to-date and concise picture of operational performance of OSH management processes.See more

Latest news

16/02/2017
The European Association of Sport Employers (EASE) and UNI Europa have recommended the use of OiRA tools to improve health and safety standards and to address common barriers to employability in the...See more
26/01/2017
The publication ‘DARES Résultats’ from the French Ministry of Employment has recently released a study which analyses the role of social dialogue in shaping micro and small companies (MSEs) in France.See more
23/01/2017
The National Research and Safety Institute (INRS) has developed a methodology based on partnership building and a sectoral approach to mobilise micro and small companies (MSEs).See more
16/01/2017
The owner of a restaurant in the French department of Seine-Maritime has successfully assessed the occupational risks at her small business by using the ‘OiRA Restauration’ tool developed by the...See more

New tools

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OiRA tool
This tool is intended for mining and quarrying companies, especially for those who perform their activity in mineral surfaces and extractive industries. It includes mandatory modules like the risk factors, including explosion and fire risks, and also risks associated to heavy equipment (excavators, dredgers, tractors, sifting machines and so on) which can be activated according to the works in the quarries. This tool includes works like the falling of trees and bushes in the quarries.
Language:
Lithuanian
Country:
Lithuania
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OiRA tool
This tool deals with companies within the cleaning services sector. The main difficulty of these companies is that employees must clean the offices of other companies and therefore, it is more difficult to assess all risks at their workplaces. The tool is focused on the hazardous works, including working at heights during the cleaning of the big windows, the use of chemicals at work and so on. The tool can also be used by companies which have their own employees/cleaners.
Language:
Lithuanian
Country:
Lithuania
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