Outils

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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Hairdressers & beauty salons

France

French

Soins esthétiques

Hairdressers & beauty salons

France

French

Coiffure

Hairdressers & beauty salons

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.

Hairdressers & beauty salons

Lithuania

Lithuanian

Personal services – 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.

Hairdressers & beauty salons

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.

Hairdressers & beauty salons

Iceland

Icelandic

Hairdressers

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.

Hairdressers & beauty salons

Spain

Spanish

Hairdressers

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 peluquerías" 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.

Hairdressers & beauty salons

Czech Republic

Czech

Hairdressers

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. This tool has been created to identify and evaluate safety and health risks in hairdressers salons. It addresses the most common risks in a salon and gives tips on how to eliminate or prevent them.

Hairdressers & beauty salons

Greece

Greek

Hairdressers

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. This tool has been created to identify and evaluate safety and health risks in hairdressers salons. It addresses the most common risks in a salon and gives tips on how to eliminate or prevent them.

Hairdressers & beauty salons

Portugal

Portuguese

Hairdressers

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. This tool has been created to identify and evaluate safety and health risks in hairdressers salons. It addresses the most common risks in a salon and gives tips on how to eliminate or prevent them.