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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Visual resources EU English
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EU-OSHA
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EU-OSHA

This PPT focuses on home-based telework and why it should be part of every employer’s risk assessment process. It also brings up how employers should establish a telework policy that includes provisions on occupational risk assessment, ergonomic equipment, working hours and expected results.

Visual resources Regno Unito English
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Cardimus / HSL
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Cardimus / HSL

Practical and visual course teaching the best way to use all the different devices we might see each day so that we don’t hurt ourselves. The course covers things like computers, laptops, tablets, games consoles and smart phones. It takes around 10 minutes to complete.

Visual resources International English
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ILO

The COVID-19 pandemic has meant that more people than ever before are teleworking – using information and communications technologies to do their work away from the office. An ILO Working Time expert explains how to get the best out of teleworking.

Visual resources Germania German
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AOK Health Insurance Company
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AOK Versicherung

Lack of exercise, incorrect or awkward postures, stress - many factors can cause painful neck tension. In this video, Prof. Ingo Froböse and Freya Füllgraebe from the German Sport University in Cologne show you five simple exercises. You can participate right away. Join in - now!