What does the bottle matter, as long as you have the automation

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What does the bottle matter, as long as you have the automation

Qu’importe le flacon, pourvu qu’on ait l’automatisation

Type of item
Case study
Country
France
Languages

French

Provider
Provider (English)
INRS
Provider (Original)
INRS

Description

In Normandy, the Brosse glassworks, which became Zignago Vetro Brosse in 2002, specializes in the production of bottles and carafes for the perfume, cosmetics and luxury spirits sectors. By progressively automating its work tool, the company has significantly improved the working conditions of its employees. Thanks to semi-automation, tasks requiring handling and awkward movements have disappeared.

En Normandie, les verreries Brosse, devenues Zignago Vetro Brosse en 2002, sont spécialisées dans la production de flacons et carafes pour les secteurs de la parfumerie, de la cosmétique et des spiritueux de luxe. En automatisant progressivement son outil de travail, l’entreprise améliore sensiblement les conditions de travail de ses salariés. Grâce à la semi-automatisation, des tâches nécessitant des manutentions et des gestes contraignants ont disparu.

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Language of original language description

French

Other data

Hazards
Awkward postures
Forceful movements
Manual handling of loads
Health effects
MSDs unspecified
Worker groups covered (vulnerable groups etc.)
All (no specific group)
Prevention measures
Technical measures e.g. ergonomic equipment
Reducing/minimising the risk by organisational measures, e.g. reducing the number of workers exposed, job rotation
Purpose of the material
Awareness raising
Target audience
All (no specific target audience)
Year
2020