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 Ungheria English
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EU-OSHA

This OSHwiki article presents the Hungarian Spine Society (HSS) prevention programme set up to achieve daily physical education (DPE) with special posture-correcting exercises for all students. A sedentary lifestyle in children affects the development of their spine, its physiological curvature and...

Guides & Tools Ungheria English
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EU-OSHA
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EU-OSHA

The objective of this OSHwiki article is to show how public health actors were able to achieve mandatory prescription and gradual implementation of daily physical education (DPE) for all schoolchildren in Hungaryand how the implementation was helped by medical professionals and by some ambitious...

Guides & Tools EU English
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EU-OSHA
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EU-OSHA

This article gives a holistic approach to tackling MSDs in teachers and teaching assistants. By identifying risk factors and incorporating health and wellbeing as an integrated, collaborative approach, focused on health promotion and a culture of prevention, improvements can be made to...

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EU OSHA
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EU OSHA

The available data for the education sector reveals very low rates of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). Education workers have low exposure to repetitive hand and arm movements, and very few are at risk from carrying heavy loads. Typically, the tasks performed by employees, the majority of whom are...