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Les outils sectoriels OiRA présentés ici sont mis à la disposition des micro- et petites entreprises pour procéder à des évaluations des risques, en les aidant à produire une évaluation documentée spécifiquement adaptée à leurs exigences. Ces outils peuvent être téléchargés gratuitement et sont facilement accessibles en cliquant sur le lien correspondant. Chaque lien est accompagné d’une brève description de l’outil et du nom du partenaire OiRA qui l’a développé. La recherche d’outils peut être effectuée par pays, par langue et par secteur.

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04/11/2019
Electrical & related works
Islande
Icelandic

Electrical work

Oira tool for electrical work is a great tool for general risk assessment when doing electrical work. This tool is mainly focused on basic electrical work and is designed for small or medium sized companies. This tool does not replace more complex risk assessments for bigger or more complex projects were there are very high safety standards. But it´s a great tool as a basic risk assessment for companies without access to any risk assessments. This project is a collaboration between Rafmennt and the Administration of Occupational Safety and Health in Iceland. All hints regarding this tool can be sent at andri@ar.is .
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31/10/2019
Agriculture, forestry & fishing
Islande
Icelandic

Agriculture

The primary purpose of the Icelandic version of the agricultural OiRA tool is to help farmers to improve their working conditions and minimise risk at the farm. It is easy to use, free and open to all. With OiRA, users get a tool in their hands that helps them to assess the risks in their own work environment. The tool evaluates the risks and returns the results in a report that is only to be seen and used by the farmer or workers at the farm. The tool sets out proposals and examples of improvements in the working environment. There are also references to laws and regulations, number of images for explanation and links to more informative material. Emphasis is placed on fire and accident prevention and handling of machines. Health factors are assessed and risk by infectious diseases is discussed. The general condition of the farm is assessed since it is a part of potential risk factors which have to be taken into consideration. Also included are tips for prevention of accidents related to work with animals, reduce workload on back and joints and instructions to eliminate fall risks. Proper health and safety risk assessments done with the Oira tool, can prevent many accidents and help the employer to find proper solutions.
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10/10/2019
Personal & other service occupations
France
French

Prothésie ongulaire

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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08/10/2019
Public/passenger transport
Belgique
French

Autocar et autobus

L’OiRA Autocar et autobus a été développé pour et par le secteur. Au cours de la phase de développement, les risques possibles dans le secteur de l’autobus et de l’autocar ont été analysés. Il a été insisté sur le fait que les entreprises actives dans le secteur devaient avoir davantage conscience des risques auxquels leurs chauffeurs et elles-mêmes sont confrontés. L’outil est également adapté aux caractéristiques très spécifiques du secteur, telles que l’autobus comme lieu de travail, la sécurité et la santé du chauffeur, le dépôt ou encore le garage. En plus d’identifier les risques, cet outil propose des solutions visant à maîtriser ceux-ci. Il contribue à l’amélioration des conditions de vie au travail dans le secteur, ce qui a une influence positive sur la santé et la motivation des travailleurs.
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08/10/2019
Public/passenger transport
Belgique
Dutch

Buses and coaches

OiRA buses and coaches has been developed for and by the sector. During the development of the Belgian tool 'buses and coahces', the potential risks associated with the sector have been analysed and have shown that companies and their workers need to be more attentive to the risks they incur. The tool is adapted to the specific characteristics of the sector, such as the bus as a working environment with specific attention to the safety and security of the driver, the depot, the garage, … In addition to identifying the risks, solutions are provided to manage them. The tool contributes to better and safer working conditions in the sector which will lead to healthy and motivated workers.
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05/10/2019
Education
EU level
English

Early childhood education and care

The social partners at European level ETUCE and EFEE , in close cooperation with EU-OSHA, have developed this tools to help institutions offering early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) to assess occupational safety and health (OSH) risks and take preventive and effective action, not only for teachers but for all staff concerned! The elaboration of these tools was introduced in 2016 in a Joint Declaration from both partners: Preventing and Combating Psychosocial Hazards in the Education Sector . Risks in the education sector are multifaceted and the tools include a great number of prevention measures - for psychosocial risks, risks of slips, trips and falls, risks stemming from a lack of building maintenance, and many more.
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05/10/2019
Education
EU level
English

Secondary education

The social partners at European level ETUCE and EFEE , in close cooperation with EU-OSHA, have developed this tool to help Secondary Education institutions to assess occupational safety and health (OSH) risks and take preventive and effective action, not only for teachers but for all staff concerned! The elaboration of these tools was introduced in 2016 in a Joint Declaration from both partners: Preventing and Combating Psychosocial Hazards in the Education Sector . Risks in the education sector are multifaceted and the tools include a great number of prevention measures - for psychosocial risks, risks of slips, trips and falls, risks stemming from a lack of building maintenance, and many more.
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01/10/2019
Personal & other service occupations
Lituanie
Lithuanian

Hairdressers and beauty salons

The new OiRA tool for the „Hairdressers and beauty salons“ has been developed and published in Lithuania. The tool is created for all companies and self-employed persons, that provide hairdressing and beauty services to the society. The tool covers the main risks at work, such as chemicals, cosmetics, electronic devices, skin irritation, slips and trips, ergonomics, personal protective equipment etc.
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01/10/2019
Food production & sale
Lituanie
Lithuanian

Bakeries

The OiRA tool for bakeries has been developed to help small and medium-sized enterprises whose economic activity is 'bakery and flour products' to asses the risks at their workplaces. The tool helps to identify the hazards faced by employees who work in these economic activities, including work equipment, hazardous and dangerous materials, hot surfaces, manual handling of loads, etc. Preventive measures are also proposed that may help eliminate or reduce the risk to an acceptable level. With the help of the OiRA tool, employers will be able to assess the occupational risks posed by the risks faced by employees and to create a work environment that is safe for workers and does not harm their health.
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24/09/2019
Hotels restaurants catering
EU level
English

Hotels and restaurants

The HORECA sector (hotel, restaurant, café) encompasses a wide variety of workplaces and workers from this sector are exposed to a series of occupational hazards. The most important risks relate among others to slips and trips, burns, hazardous substances and stress.Occupational safety and health (OSH) management is essential not only to create healthy workplaces but also to reduce costs and other negative consequences of work related accidents and sick leaves. Risk assessment is the cornerstone of OSH management and helps employers to identify the risks and take appropriate measures. Therefore, the Social Partners of the European HORECA sector, EFFAT (European Federation of Food, Agriculture and Tourism Trade Unions) and Hotrec (Association of Hotels, Restaurants, Pubs and Cafes) have developed together an OiRA tool to support small and medium sized companies in the proper management of occupational health and safety risks. The tool has been developed at EU level and serves as a basis when developing an OiRA HORECA tool at national level. Useful information on how the EU directives have been transposed into all national legislations can be found on the website of EU-OSHA .

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