Gyakorlati eszközök és iránymutatás a váz- és izomrendszeri megbetegedésekhez kapcsolódóan

A könnyen használható adatbázisunk felhasználása révén a munkahelyeken egyszerűen elvégezhető a váz- és izomrendszeri megbetegedések kockázatelemzése és -kezelése, a benne szereplő különféle, uniós és nemzeti szinten kidolgozott gyakorlati eszközök és útmutató anyagok segítségével.

A források közt esettanulmányok és vizuális anyagok is találhatók, amelyek széles körben fedik le az ágazatokat, a veszélytípusokat és a megelőzési intézkedéseket. Egyes anyagok kifejezetten bizonyos szereplőket céloznak, például munkáltatóknak, munkavállalóknak vagy vezetőknek szólnak, mások pedig a váz- és izomrendszeri megbetegedések bizonyos munkavállalói csoportok körében történő kezeléséhez kapcsolódnak. A források szűrhetők ezekkel a szempontokkal vagy több más kategóriával is, így könnyebben megtalálhatja, amit keres.

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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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Chrodis Plus

Chrodis Plus Chronic diseases and employment Workbox includes 2 elements: a training toolkit and a toolkit for workplaces. Its practical resources support workplaces to:measure, evaluate and strengthen the inclusiveness of workplaces and the work ability of employees with chronic conditions; foster...

Guides & Tools Horvátország Croatian
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Croatian institute of public health - department of occupational health
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Hrvatski zavod za javno zdravstvo - služba za medicinu rada

This guideline was developed as a professional recommendation how to avoid long- term sitting at the workplace and thereby reduce the negative impact of the risks arising from long-term sitting. This guideline has the purpose of recognizing risks at workplaces where long-term sitting can be avoided.

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Website of the occupational safety and health administration in Finland
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Tyosuojelu

This website provides basic information on ways to reduce MSDs through different physical workload factors, such as sitting, thermal conditions, and static work.

Guides & Tools Finnország Finnish
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Website of the occupational safety and health administration in Finland
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Tyosuojelu

This leaflet provides information about the risks of MSDs in screen work. It also contains information on what both employer and employee should to in order to minimize the risks of MSDs.

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EU OSHA
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EU OSHA

This E-Fact explains why HORECA workers are at risk of developing MSDs. Their jobs, for example, often involve prolonged standing and working in awkward postures. Much of their work is physically demanding, stressful and involves long working hours. Employers need to adapt prevention and...

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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.