Strumenti pratici e orientamenti sui disturbi muscoloscheletrici

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Case study Norvegia English
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EU OSHA
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EU OSHA

This series of short informative case studies looks at a range of policy level initiatives across Europe and beyond aiming to prevent and manage work-related MSDs. The studies focus on achievements, factors contributing to their success and challenges encountered, and transferability to other...

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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...

Guides & Tools USA English
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USA - OSHA
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USA - OSHA

These guidelines provide recommendations for poultry processing facilities to reduce the number and severity of work-related MSDs.

Case study Germania English
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EU OSHA
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EU OSHA

The hygiene institute was responsible for protecting the population against infectious diseases and wanted to reduce absenteeism and job turnover in the cleaning team, which consisted of 15 women, in such a way, that workers over 50 or 55 could remain in the job.

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.