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Construction & maintenance

Lithuania

Lithuanian

Scaffolding

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Construction & maintenance, Generic tools/risk specific

Lithuania

Lithuanian

Working on roofs

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Hotels restaurants catering

Spain

Catalan

HORECA

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Real estate

Belgium

Dutch

Real estate businesses

The tool has been developed for and by the sector. During the development of the Belgian tool 'OiRA Immo’, the potential risks associated with the real estate sector have been analysed and have shown that companies and their workers need to be more attentive to the risks in their business. The tool is adapted to the specific characteristics of the sector. On the one hand there is an extensive module on office work, but on the other hand there are also modules with specific attention for the safety and health of employees who work on site (cleaning, management and maintenance of buildings). 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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Construction & maintenance

Lithuania

Lithuanian

Construction - Earth works

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Food production & sale

Lithuania

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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Hotels restaurants catering

Lithuania

Lithuanian

Hotels and restaurants

This tool is for hotels and restaurants. The main hazards of these activities are manual handling, slips, falls, trips and psychological factors as well as hot surfaces and biological factors. In order to minimize these risks, the key preventive measures are training, job re-placement, knowledge of stress relief principles and etc.
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Food production & sale

Belgium

Dutch

Bakeries

During the development of the Belgian tool OiRA bakeries, the potential risks associated with the bakers ' sector have been put under the microscope and have shown that companies need to be more attentive to the risks they incur. These risks are for example related to slips and trips, farinose, risks related to the customer, etc. The OIRA Bakery tool is the result of an intensive collaboration between the employers ' and trade unions ' organisations in the bakery sector, Foodo (food industry adviser) and SPF Emploi.  
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Hotels restaurants catering

Belgium

Dutch

Hotels and restaurants

This online tool allows small Horeca companies to assess the risks for the well-being faced by employees at work. OiRA Horeca is the result of an intensive collaboration between the workers' and employers' organisations of the Horeca sector, Horeca Fund, Prevent and the FPS Employment, Labour and Social Dialogue.
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Construction & maintenance

Belgium

Dutch

Construction

OiRA Construction has been developed for and by the construction sector. The tool is adapted to the specific characteristics of the sector, such as site work, subcontracting, the diversity of profiles of workers and activities, and special requirements in terms of security coordination. These risks are related to work done at height, exposure to noise, vibration and dust, the manual handling of loads and the use of hazardous products. OiRA Wood is the result of an intensive collaboration between FPS Employment, Labour and Social Dialogue, Constructiv, the FGTB, the CGSLB, CCS, Bouwunie the Construction Confederation and FEMA.