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Instrumentele sectoriale OiRA oferite aici sunt puse la dispoziția microîntreprinderilor și a întreprinderilor mici în vederea efectuării unor evaluări ale riscurilor documentate și adaptate propriilor cerințe. Instrumentele se pot descărca gratuit și pot fi accesate cu ușurință, cu un clic pe linkul aferent. Fiecare link este însoțit de o scurtă descriere a instrumentului și de numele partenerului OiRA care l-a dezvoltat. Instrumentele pot fi căutate după criteriul țării, al limbii și al sectorului.

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Cleaning services

France

French

Cleaning

Manufacturing, Working with metal

Latvia

Latvian

Metal works

This tool is intended for companies performing metal works. Typically, occupational health and safety in this sector covers safety aspects caused by work with equipment. However there is more to it. The  sector is characterized by multiple risk factors including different types of dust and fumes, noise, exposure to chemical substances, poor ergonomics including manual lifting of heavy weights and much more.The tool starts It with the identification of hazards and assesses the level of risk, then it allows end-users to choose the most suitable preventive actions to eliminate or reduce risk. Do not forget to implement the proposed preventive measures! The tool includes tips on exhaust ventilation, fire safety, workplace ergonomics, training of workers etc.Proper risk assessment and management will protect employees from risks to their safety and health at work. Using this tool can contribute to keep them healthy, motivated and with good work ability.

Cleaning services

Czech Republic

Czech

Cleaning

Cleaning services

Lithuania

Lithuanian

Laundry

This tool is created for small and medium laundries including washing, dry cleaning, stain cleaning, ironing, and steam ironing.

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.  

Cleaning services

Belgium

French

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 so on. 'OiRA Cleaning' is the result of intensive collaboration between FPS Employment, Labour and Social Dialogue, the CSC, the FGTB and the UGBN.    

Cleaning services

Lithuania

Lithuanian

Cleaning

This tool deals with companies within the cleaning services sector. The main difficulty of these companies is that  employees must clean the offices of other companies and therefore, it is more difficult to assess all risks at their workplaces. The tool is focused on the hazardous works, including working at heights during the cleaning of the big windows, the use of chemicals at work and so on. The tool can also be used by companies which have their own employees/cleaners.

Working with metal

Slovenia

Slovenian

Metal workers

This risk assessment has been produced in order to assist metalworkers to do their job safely. Metal workers are exposed to different hazards like mechanical hazards, extreme temperatures (liquid metal), recurring tasks, lifting heavy loads, the dangers of airborne particles, the risk of electrocution, frequent slips and falls. They are exposed to the hazardous substances and biological agents. An interactive OiRA tool for metalworkers comprises a basic description of the risks to which metal workers are exposed during their work. With this and the proposed measures to reduce risks, the OiRA tool for metal workers encourages cooperation between employees and employers. This OiRA tool was designed to promote health in the workplace, with the combined efforts from employers, workers and society as a whole to improve the health and well-being in the workplace. Employers are responsible for its implementation. 

Cleaning services

Greece

Greek

Laundry

Working conditions in the dry cleaning sector are generally good, but employees often suffer from musculoskeletal problems due to the transport of heavy objects or because they have to work in unsuitable work postures or during long working hours. Other serious problems are mainly related to the exposure to relatively high temperatures, solvents and other chemicals used in the cleaning or dyeing processes, or moving parts while handling special cleaners, ironing, packing or sorting and storage of various weave types and related household. The OiRA tool is intended primarily for micro and small enterprises in the sector. The use of the tool by businesses is expected to contribute to shape the health and safe conditions at the workplace, to improve the level of protection for workers, as well as to support the efficiency and competitiveness of the industry at the same time.

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.