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.

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Case study Irlanda English
Provider (English)
EU-OSHA
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EU-OSHA

This case study looks at a participatory intervention at an ophthalmic lens manufacturing site in Ireland to reduce MSD risks for maintenance technicians. An internal safety and health coordinator organised the intervention that involved both maintenance technicians and machine operators.

Guides & Tools Finlandia English
Provider (English)
EU-OSHA
Provider (Original)
EU-OSHA

This case study from Finland looks at how participatory workshops for kitchen workers can help them to identify, analyse and implement solutions to MSD-related risks. An external expert coordinated a participatory intervention project. It involved carrying out a series of workshops for 504 kitchen...

Case study Finlandia English
Provider (English)
EU-OSHA
Provider (Original)
EU-OSHA

MSDs were the main reason for sick leave at the Finnish children’s food factory Suomen Nestlé. Improving ergonomics was the solution. The company implemented various measures to improve working procedures and conditions to prevent MSDs, support the recovery of workers suffering from MSDs, and...

Case study International English
Provider (English)
EU OSHA
Provider (Original)
EU OSHA

An ICT worker diagnosed with knee osteoarthritis was able to remain in his job thanks to some straightforward adjustments. Thus, the company he works for had been able to retain an expert worker who is able to train others.

Guides & Tools International English
Provider (English)
Cornell University Ergonomics Web
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Cornell University Ergonomics Web

This checklist provides guidance on the ergonomic design of a medication cart as this impacts patient and staff safety and health issues. The checklist is not a list of features, but rather a list of items that affect ease of use, safety, and effectiveness and reduce the chance of a medical error...

Guides & Tools International English
Provider (English)
Cornell University Ergonomics Web
Provider (Original)
Cornell University Ergonomics Web

The Workplace Ergonomic Risk Assessment (WERA) method is an observational tool that covers an extensive range of physical risk factors including posture, repetition, forceful, vibration, contact stress and task duration: Is also involves the five main body regions to be assessed (shoulder, wrists...

Case study Portogallo English
Provider (English)
EU OSHA
Provider (Original)
EU OSHA

Traditionally the collecting of fruits was performed using mobile ladders (extension ladders and double sided step ladders). The efficiency of the collection process was very low and the risk to accidents and health problems to the workers was very high. Simultaneously to reduce workload on the...