Strumenti pratici e orientamenti sui disturbi muscoloscheletrici

Per consentire un’agevole valutazione e gestione dei rischi di DMS nei luoghi di lavoro, la nostra banca dati di facile utilizzo contiene vari strumenti pratici e materiali orientativi sviluppati a livello dell’UE e nazionale.

Le risorse includono studi campione e materiali visivi e riguardano svariati settori, tipi di pericolo e misure di prevenzione. Alcune sono rivolte in modo specifico a determinati soggetti interessati, ad esempio datori di lavoro, lavoratori o dirigenti, mentre altre alla gestione dei DMS tra gruppi specifici di lavoratori. Le risorse possono essere filtrate per una di queste categorie o altre ancora, così non avrai problemi a trovare esattamente ciò che cerchi.

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Guides & Tools Paesi Bassi Dutch
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Healthy Hairdresser
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Healthy Hairdresser

This guidance is about the correct posture for workers in the hairdressing industry. It provides guidelines and tips on how to make sure workers have the right posture and contains some tips on how to adjust your equipment in the proper way.

Visual resources Germania German
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German Social Accident Insurance - DGUV
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Deutsche Gesetzliche Unfallversicherung - DGUV

The film is part of a campaign 'Jugend-will-sich-er-leben' (Youth want to push limits - but not beyond safety) to raise awareness for safety and health at work among apprentices. Nico, a young worker, learns about safe handling loads and how to prevent backproblems. The video is made by cut-out...

Visual resources Germania German
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Bau-ABC Rostrup
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Bau-ABC Rostrup

Stretching in construction is an initiative by BELA BAU - movement and ergonomics in construction training. The poster aims to sensitise young workers to practice stretching.

Case study Germania German
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Trainings center Bau-ABC Rostrup
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Bildungszentrum Bau-ABC Rostrup

The incidence of low back pain in construction workers is consistently reported as being higher than in all other industries. Lifting and carrying weights of more than 25 kg and working overhead and in bad postures leads to back problems. Younger workers are often more prone to muskuloskeletal...