Praktické nástroje a pokyny týkající se muskuloskeletálních poruch

Naše snadno použitelná databáze zahrnuje celou řadu praktických nástrojů a pokynů, které byly vyvinuty na úrovni EU i na úrovni jednotlivých států s cílem zjednodušit pracovištím hodnocení muskuloskeletálních poruch a řízení souvisejících rizik.

Mezi zdroje, které pokrývají celou řadu odvětví, druhů nebezpečí a preventivních opatření, patří případové studie i vizuální materiály. Některé jsou zaměřeny konkrétně na určité subjekty, například zaměstnavatele, pracovníky nebo vedoucí pracovníky, některé na řízení muskuloskeletálních poruch u konkrétních skupin pracovníků. Tyto zdroje je možné filtrovat podle kterékoli z těchto kategorií nebo podle celé řady dalších kritérií, takže bez problémů najdete přesně to, co hledáte.

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German statutory accident insurance for the energy, textile, electrical and media sector BGETEM
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Berufsgenossenschaft Energie, Textil, Elektro und Medienerzeugnisse BGETEM

This leaflet supports employers, managers and supervisors to instruct their workers to lift and carry loads with the right and ergonomic technique.

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German Social Accident Insurance for the construction sector
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Berufsgenossenschaft der Bauwirtschaft - BG BAU

Lifting and carrying heavy loads, working in awkward postures and repetitive movements with increased physical efforts can damage the health of your back, joints and muscles. This leaflet shows how you can prevent musculoskeletal disorders in the construction industry.

Guides & Tools EU Bulgarian , Czech , Danish , German , Estonian , Greek , English , Spanish , French , Italian , Latvian , Lithuanian , Hungarian , Malti , Dutch , Polish , Romanian , Slovak , Slovenian , Finnish , Swedish
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EU OSHA
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EU OSHA

This checklist includes questions on working postures of the back and neck, arms and hands, legs during sitting and standing tasks. It also gives examples of the type of action at a technical, organisational and individual level that can be put in place to prevent or reduce the risks caused by...

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Swiss Accident Insurance Fund - SUVA
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Schweizerische Unfallversicherungsanstalt - SUVA

Manual patient handling is one of the major occupational risks for healthcare workers. Of primary concern are back injuries and shoulder strains, which can both, be severely debilitating. There are several factors, which make patient handling activities hazardous and hereby increase the risk of...

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German Social Accident Insurance DGUV
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Deutsche Gesetzliche Unfall Versicherung DGUV

This brochures deals with the safety and health of nursery school teachers working in day-care centers. They often are exposed to ergonomic stress at work. Lifting and carrying children, sitting on small chairs and other awkward working postures e.g. when dressing up children. This information...

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robotik and production
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robotik und produktion

Exoskeletons are wearable devices that can support the musculoskeletal system using various mechanical principles. With regard to work-related MSDS, they can reduce muscular stress in frequently affected body regions, such as the lower back or shoulders. Exoskeletons can support workers to reduce...

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Swiss Commission for the Coordination of Occupational Health and Safety EKAS
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Eidgenössische Koordinationskommission für Arbeitssicherheit EKAS

Loading and unloading of vehicles are activities which heighten the chance of workplace injuries. Manual handling includes lifting, but also usually climbing, pushing, and pulling, all of which pose the risk of injury to the back. In many cases there is a lack of the necessary training and tools...