Tuki- ja liikuntaelinsairauksia koskevat käytännön työkalut ja ohjeet

Jotta tuki- ja liikuntaelinsairauksien riskien arviointi ja hallinta työpaikoilla olisi vaivatonta, helppokäyttöinen tietokantamme tarjoaa monenlaisia EU:ssa ja kansallisella tasolla kehitettyjä käytännön työvälineitä ja ohjeita.

Aineistot käsittävät tapaustutkimuksia ja visuaalista materiaalia, ja ne kattavat laajasti useita sektoreita, vaaran tyyppejä ja ennalta ehkäiseviä toimenpiteitä. Osa aineistosta on tarkoitettu erityisesti tietyille toimijoille, kuten työnantajille, työntekijöille tai johtajille, ja osa on tarkoitettu tuki- ja liikuntaelinsairauksien hallintaan tietyissä työntekijäryhmissä. Aineistoja voidaan suodattaa kaikkien näiden tai monien muiden erilaisten kategorioiden mukaan, joten hakemansa löytäminen on todella helppoa.

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Visual resources Guides & Tools Islanti Icelandic
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Administration of Occupational Safety and Health
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Vinnueftirlit

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.

Guides & Tools Islanti Icelandic
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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.

Guides & Tools Viro Estonian , Russian
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Inspection of labour of Estonia
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Tööinspektsioon

Brochure about prevention of work-related musculoskeletal overloads. The brochure contains both information on MSDs in general, as well as practical information in what companies and employees could do to prevent them .

Guides & Tools EU Bulgarian , Czech , Danish , German , Greek , English , Spanish , French , Icelandic , 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 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.

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

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

Almost two thirds of EU workers report being exposed to repetitive hand and arm movements, and a quarter to vibrations from tools - significant risk factors for work-related neck and upper limb disorders (WRULDs). Many workers, in a wide range of jobs, develop WRULDs and they are the most common...

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

Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) are the most common workrelated problem in Europe. Almost 24 % of the EU-25 workers report suffering from backache and 22 % complain about muscular pains. Both conditions are more prevalent in the new Member States, 39 % and 36 % respectively.