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Food production & sale

Portugal

Portuguese

Dairy Products

This sector involves the production of various products such as butter, fresh cheese, curd, cured cheese and buttered cheese, with milk as the raw material. This OiRA tool addresses the main hazards / risks that exist in the various working areas of SMEs in this sector, from receiving and storing raw materials, to packing and shipping, the entire manufacturing process, cold chambers and maturing chambers. The tool also addresses issues associated with emergencies, psychosocial and stress risks, as well as structural, environmental and occupational safety and health management hazards / risks. It allows an assessment of existing risks, suggests measures to control those risks and also produces an action plan to be implemented.
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Food production & sale

Portugal

Portuguese

Horticultural Products

In fruit and vegetable companies (producers of jams, pastas, sauces and preserves) the main risk factors are associated with standing, improper postures, manual handling of loads, high temperatures and humid environments, the use of machines with unprotected moving parts, lack of training of workers and disregard for the correct use of safety devices and the safety instructions provided by the manufacturers. Thus, this OiRA tool addresses the main hazards in the various work areas, from receiving raw materials to storing finished products. The tool also addresses issues associated with emergencies, psychosocial risks (including stress), as well as structural, environmental and occupational safety and health management hazards / risks. It allows an assessment of existing risks, suggests measures to control those risks and produces an action plan to be implemented.
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Food production & sale

Portugal

Portuguese

Bakeries

Bakers / confectioners work in facilities where bread, cakes, fresh pastries, snacks (fried, tender dough and puff pastry) and regional confectionery are made. Their work is demanding and is carried out under difficult environmental conditions. The work is mostly performed under artificial light, at high temperatures accompanied by variations in humidity, in the presence of breathable particles, explosive atmospheres and excessive noise. The existence of night work, exposure to biological agents and manual handling of cargo are other risk factors present in the manufacture of bakery / pastry products naturally affecting all who work there. Thus, this OiRA tool addresses the main hazards that exist in the various work areas, from receiving raw materials to storing and shipping final products. The tool also addresses issues associated with emergencies, psychosocial and stress risks, as well as structural, environmental and occupational safety and health management hazards / risks. It allows an assessment of existing risks, suggests measures to control those risks and also produces an action plan to be implemented.
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Food production & sale

Portugal

Portuguese

Meat Products

The processing of meat products has several risk factors, namely those related to the use of hand tools, cutting machines and equipment, the manual handling of loads, standing static work, the existence of slippery floors, exposure to low temperatures and various biological agents, among others. This OiRA tool addresses the main hazards / risks that exist in the various work areas, from receiving and storing raw materials to storing finished products naturally throughout the manufacturing area. The tool also addresses issues associated with emergencies, psychosocial and stress risks, as well as structural, environmental and occupational safety and health management hazards / risks. It allows an assessment of existing risks, suggests measures to control those risks and also produces an action plan to be implemented.
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Veterinary activities

Bulgaria

Bulgarian

Veterinary activities

The tool is designed for companies in the veterinary medicinal sector and covers activities such as diagnosis and treatment of various diseases, preventive measures and related service activities.The veterinary sector is characterized by many risk factors such as: manual handling of loads and live loads, injury arising from aggressive animals, work with cutting and piercing objects and tools, biological agents and other. Covered are also factors of the working environment: microclimate, lighting, non-ionising and optical radiation, ionising radiation in the working environment. Included are psychosocial risks and organizational factors such as the work and rest regime.The tool begins with identification of the hazards, assesses the level of the risk and leaves flexibility because of the wide variety in the sector. That enables the end-users to choose the most appropriate preventative actions to eliminate or reduce risks. Users are encouraged to implement the proposed preventive measures for each identified risk.The tool is an easy way to improve the working conditions of the persons employed in the veterinary sector.
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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. 
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Leather & tanning

EU level

English

Leather and tanning

The processes and activities in the leather and tanning industry can expose workers to occupational hazards. The most important risks are related to the use of machinery and other equipment, chemicals, and the work environment. 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 Therefore the Social Partners of the European Leather Industry, industriAll-Europe and COTANCE have developed an OiRA tool to support small and medium sized companies in the proper management of occupational health and safety risks. The tool helps companies to carry out a risk assessment and take adequate measures to eliminate and minimise health and safety risks. Furthermore, the self-assessment reports based on this OiRA tool can be used as an instrument in the supply chain for communicating on OSH. Implementation of the tool does not however ensure legal compliance with the respective national health and safety regulations. The tool has been developed at EU level and may serve as a basis when developing an OiRA leather and tanning tool at national level.
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Leather & tanning

Bulgaria

Bulgarian

Leather and tanning

The tool covers the following modules: OSH policy; Buildings and flooring; Company transport; Emergency situations; Working conditions (i.e. factors of the working environment, such as microclimate, air quality, lighting, chemical and biological agents, noise); Work with raw hides and skins; Manufacture of footwear and other leather products; Use of knives; Use of machinery; Maintenance, replacement of parts and cleaning of the machines; Use and storage of chemicals; Office work; Organisation of the working time.