Strumenti

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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Hotels restaurants catering

Croatia

Croatian

Cooks

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Agriculture, forestry & fishing, Wholesale & retail trade

Croatia

Croatian

Plant nursery

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Wholesale & retail trade

Croatia

Croatian

Florist

The OiRA tool for florists enables the development of a risk assessment for this profession. Its purpose is to enable easy recognition and assessment of risks by florists as well as designing and implementing measures to prevent and minimize risks at work. The tool contains three modules, which guide through risk assessment in flower shops. The modules are dedicated to the following topic: organizing and implementing safety at work, the workplace and activities. There is also the possibility for each employer to add specific risks observed by himself and not already included in the list.
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Wholesale & retail trade

France

French

Wholesale non-food

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Wholesale & retail trade

France

French

Wholesale - food

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Hotels restaurants catering

Spain

Catalan

HORECA

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Hotels restaurants catering

Spain

Spanish

HORECA

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Hotels restaurants catering

France

French

Fast food

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Hotels restaurants catering

France

French

Catering

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Wholesale & retail trade

France

French

Small shops - Non-food products

This tool is intended for small businesses from the non-food retail sector. It was developed jointly by prevention organizations (INRS, occupational health services) and actors from the non-food trade (professional organizations).