Työkalut

Tässä tarjotut alakohtaiset OiRA-työkalut ovat mikro- ja pienyritysten käytettävissä, jotta ne voivat tehdä riskinarviointeja ja niitä voidaan auttaa laatimaan niiden omien vaatimusten mukaan muokattua dokumentoitua arviointia. Työkalut ovat vapaasti ladattavissa, ja niitä pääsee käyttämään helposti napsauttamalla asiaankuuluvaa linkkiä. Jokaisessa linkissä on lyhyt kuvaus työkalusta ja sen kehittäneen OiRA-kumppanin nimi. Työkaluja voidaan etsiä maan, kielen ja alan mukaan.

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Office work & administration

Italy

Italian

Office work

This is the updated version of the Italian office tool. The former version will still be available until end December 2020 on the webpage of the Italian authorities, the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy and the National Institute for Workers' Compensation. New risk assessments should however only be done with this new version. All risk assessments done with the former version are also still available under each individual account when logging in.
Kuva

Office work & administration

Italy

Italian

Office work

This tool is intended to be used in both private and public offices’ activities and is covering all workers, whose definition is established by the Article 2, decree 81/2008. It can be used by employers to carry out the final risk assessment document, including the related prevention measures as well. The tool can be particularly useful for micro, small and medium sized enterprises. As established by the Article 29, paragraph 6 quater, decree 81/2008, a national tripartite group realized a tool strictly addressed to risk assessment in offices, using the OiRA software. The tool deals with the most common office tasks: the use of computers, secretary activities, relation with customers and providers and archiving of documents. Some jobs are excluded from the tool such as archivist and warehouse worker. In case of any risks and/or tasks not strictly related to the common office activities, the employer needs to incorporate the missing information in the risk assessment document.
Kuva

Office work & administration

Portugal

Portuguese

Office work

Working in offices has a wide scope and covers companies from the tertiary sector, as well as from the secondary sector and even the primary sector. This tool deals, among others, with the main hazards/risks in the various work areas; from standing or sitting postures to the use of computers, printers/photocopiers and guillotines. It also addresses the psychosocial and stress risks to which workers might be exposed, the problems associated with emergencies, as well as structural/environmental hazards/risks and occupational safety and health management. The tool allows an assessment of existing risks, suggests measures to be implemented to control these risks and produces an action plan that users can adopt in order to manage health and safety in their office.
Kuva

Leather & tanning

Portugal

Portuguese

Leather and tanning

The processes and activities in the leather and tanning industry can expose workers to a broad variety of occupational hazards. The most important risks are related to the use of machinery and other equipment such as knifes, dealing with dangerous chemicals, and being exposed to risks related to the general work environment, such as slippery floors etc. The tool helps employers to identify the specific risks in their company. In addition it guides the user not only through the risk identification but also helps in setting up an action plan to eliminate or mitigate the identified risks by proposing plenty of practical solutions. 
Kuva

Office work & administration

Lithuania

Lithuanian

Office work

OiRA tool Working in offices includes practically all the possible work that can be performed in the office.  This work may seem less dangerous because it does not include the dangerous technological processes and dangerous equipment. However ergonomic risk factors are very important, because workers can suffer back and wrist pain due to bad body position during work. Also very important are psychosocial risk factors, such as stress at work and mobbing.