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Gli strumenti settoriali dell’OiRA qui forniti sono a disposizione delle micro e piccole imprese affinché queste ultime li utilizzino per effettuare valutazioni dei rischi, aiutandole a produrre una valutazione documentata adeguata alle loro esigenze. Gli strumenti si possono scaricare gratuitamente e sono facilmente accessibili facendo clic sul relativo collegamento. Ogni collegamento è accompagnato da una breve descrizione dello strumento e dal nome del partner OiRA che lo ha sviluppato. È possibile effettuare una ricerca degli strumenti per paese, lingua e settore.

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Education

Belgium

Dutch

Nurseries and primary education

The OiRA tool for nurseries and primary education supports the mentioned establishments and/or the organizing body in pursuing a health and safety policy and conducting a risk assessment. This tool was created through intensive collaboration between the various education providers (GO! Education of the Flemish Community, Catholic Education Flanders, Provincial Education Flanders, Educational Association of Cities and Municipalities, Consultation Small Education Providers), the employee organizations of the education sector (ACOD Education, Christelijke Onderwijscentrale - ACV, Christelijke Onderwijzers Verbond, VSOA-Education), the Department of Education and Training and the Education Inspectorate of the Flemish government and the Federal Public Service Employment, Labor and Social Dialogue
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Education

Slovenia

Slovenian

Educational establishments

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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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Cleaning services

Belgium

Dutch

Cleaning

During the development of the Belgian tool 'OiRA Cleaning', the potential risks associated with the cleaning industry have been put under the microscope and have shown that companies and their workers need to be more attentive to the risks they incur. These risks are for example related to slips and trips, cleaning at height, the client and os on. 'OiRA Cleaning' is the result of intensive collaboration between FPS Employment, Labour and Social Dialogue, the CSC, the FGTB and the UGBN.  
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Construction & maintenance

Slovenia

Slovenian

Painters

The tool is meant for indoor painters and façade workers, with tasks like painting walls and ceilings, painting of carpenter products, setting wallpapers and insulation, decoration of advertisement spaces and boards, primary protection of products: wood against moist and decay, metal against rust. They work with gear/equipment like paintbrushes, cutting tools, etc. Inside, the risk is drought. Outside, painters and façade workers are exposed to the weather based risks. They often can't avoid filth, foul smell, and toxic paint fumes. Work is usually done standing up or on a ladder. That makes additional risks. The work can be one person or a group, often with longer working hours. The danger is working with toxic substances. The purpose of the online tool OiRA for painters and façade workers is for employees and employers to remind each other of dangers, collaborate, and give each other advice to make a safer workplace for employees.  
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Food production & sale

Slovenia

Slovenian

Butchers

The tool OiRA is meant for butchers and meat processing plants. With OiRA we identify the risks that come with the work place and working environment.  OiRA tool for butchers look at cutting, grinding, saws, knives, cold rooms, etc. Included are also psychological risks that come with butchering livestock and harder physical work. The butcher is often exposed to unsuitable micro climate strains like cold, heat, noise, vibrations, unsuitable lighting, etc. Butchers work is also physically hard, because of all the standing, carrying and pushing around heavy objects. The usual injuries are cuts, bruises, and burns from machinery. The employee can get hurt by livestock, or get an infection (biological risk). Work with food requires hygiene, cleaning and frequent disinfection. The purpose of online tool OiRA for butchers is to inform the employees about dangers and how to avoid them. OiRA tool encourages employees to collaborate with employers, report their thoughts, proposals/initiatives how to improve working place, and sharing advices with others.  
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Construction & maintenance

Slovenia

Slovenian

Parquet workers

This risk assessment has been produced in order to assist parquet workers to do their job safely. Parquet workers tasks relate to the flooring laying and other floor coverings made of wood and wooden materials. A parquet worker uses a number of tools and equipment such as hammers, saws, rotating drums and the circular grinding machines and a vacuum cleaner which all pose several risks. An interactive OiRA tool intended for parquet workers comprises a basic description of hazards in the workplace. It encourages cooperation between employees and employers and significantly contributes to improvements in the workplace and working environment.
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Construction & maintenance

Slovenia

Slovenian

Roofers

This risk assessment has been produced in order to assist those who have a legitimate need to access and/or work on a roof to do so safely. Roofers' basic work activity is to cover roofs with various roofing materials. Their work varies depending on whether they cover the roof on anew building, which is still under construction, or they replace the roof on an existing building. The main risk to which the roofers are constantly exposed is to fall off the roof. An interactive OiRA tool for roofers comprises a basic description of the risk posed to the roofer. With this and the proposed measures to reduce the risk, the OiRA tool encourages cooperation between employees and employers. The OiRA tool for roofers brings the description and identification of the general risks involved in carrying loads, working at heights, on job sites documents for work and so on. Additional modules are about working at heights and roof treatment while working at height, roof work, work on the roof with a slopes greater than 60° and the roofs with the non-load bearing roof structures.
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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.
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Cleaning services

Slovenia

Slovenian

Cleaning

Cleaning is a job to be implemented in all industries and in public places and business premises. In general, it means cleaning floors and other surfaces, including washing floors, dusting, vacuuming, polishing floors and work surfaces as well as other tasks, such as removing trash, waste water disposal and similar. Frequently, cleaning tasks take place outside regular working hours, including in the early morning, late evening or at night. Some cleaning operations are specialised only for cleaning windows, facades, industrial plants, means of transport (trains, planes, buses, etc), premises and equipment in health care and cleansing effects of disasters such as fires, floods and the like. Bsides, cleaning, slipping, stumbling, falls and similar are the most common causes of accidents at work. Workers are exposed to dangerous substances, the risk of electrical currents, manual handling of loads, stress, as well as violence by third parties and sexual harassment.