Praktiske værktøjer og vejledning om muskel- og skeletbesvær

For at gøre det let for arbejdspladserne at vurdere og håndtere risici forbundet med muskel- og skeletbesvær har vi bygget vores brugervenlige database op omkring en række praktiske værktøjer og vejledningsmaterialer udviklet på EU- og landsplan.

Ressourcerne omfatter casestudier og visuelle materialer og dækker en lang række sektorer, faretyper og forebyggelsesmetoder. Nogle er specifikt rettet mod bestemte aktører, f.eks. arbejdsgivere, arbejdstagere eller ledere, og nogle mod håndteringen af muskel- og skeletbesvær blandt bestemte grupper af arbejdstagere. Du kan søge i ressourcerne på disse eller flere andre kategorier. Aldrig har det været lettere at finde lige det, du leder efter.

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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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Administration of Occupational Safety and Health
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This brochure is intended for all professions. It aims to clarify work-related musculoskeletal problems and present solutions in the work environment that can prevent and / or reduce the frequency of these common problems.

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Administration of Occupational Safety and Health
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Vinnueftirlit

This simple tipsheet provides several tips to protect the musculoskeletal system at work. These tips are easily applicable in different sectors.

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EU OSHA

This fact sheet highlights the key findings of the EU-OSHA's prevention report, which focuses on the prevention of MSDs and the development and progress made in this area since the previous MSDs campaign in 2000. The report consists of two parts: a state-of-the-art review of the research literature...

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EU OSHA
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EU OSHA

This checklist concerns hazards for injury or development of disorders to the lower limb and is targeted at people engaged in workplace hazard identification. In addition, this checklist offers examples of preventive measures that can help to reduce LLDs risks.

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EU OSHA

The E-Fact explains the steps of the risk assessment process, including identifying hazards and evaluating risks. It also includes two case studies on preventing harm and a checklist of the most common hazards associated with the use of cleaning equipment.

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EU OSHA

This article provides recommendations and examples for nursing staff to help reducing the number and severity of MSDs due to patient handling.