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 Slovenia Slovenian
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The association of free trade unions of Slovenia
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Zveza svobodnih sindikatov Slovenije

Handbook for the detection, evaluation and elimination of ergonomic risks in the workplace. The manual outlines the basic procedures and recommendations for quickly and easily identifying those ergonomic risks in the workplace that can lead to so-called musculoskeletal disorders. Also, this guide...

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EU OSHA
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EU OSHA

This fact sheet highlights the key findings of the EU-OSHA's prevention report, which focuses on the prevention of MSDs and the development and progress made in this area since the previous MSDs campaign in 2000. The report consists of two parts: a state-of-the-art review of the research literature...

Guides & Tools EU Bulgarian , Czech , Danish , German , Estonian , Greek , English , Spanish , French , Italian , Latvian , Lithuanian , Hungarian , Malti , Dutch , Polish , Romanian , Slovak , Slovenian , Finnish , Swedish
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EU OSHA
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EU OSHA

This fact sheet highlights the key findings of the EU-OSHA’s ’Back to Work’ report, which focuses on the retention, reintegration and rehabilitation of workers with MSDs. It comes in two parts: a literature review on the effectiveness of work-related interventions, and an overview of policy...

Guides & Tools EU Bulgarian , Czech , Danish , German , Estonian , English , Spanish , French , Icelandic , Italian , Latvian , Lithuanian , Hungarian , Dutch , Polish , Romanian , Slovak , Slovenian , Finnish , Swedish
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EU OSHA
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EU OSHA

Almost two thirds of EU workers report being exposed to repetitive hand and arm movements, and a quarter to vibrations from tools - significant risk factors for work-related neck and upper limb disorders (WRULDs). Many workers, in a wide range of jobs, develop WRULDs and they are the most common...

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

Manual handling of loads (MHL) is any of the following activities carried out by one or more workers: lifting, holding, putting down, pushing, pulling, carrying or moving of a load. The load can be animate (a person or animal) or inanimate (an object). Though decreasing lately, the rate of workers...

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EU OSHA
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EU OSHA

This web summary provides specific guidance on use of office equipment, providing a safe working environment, and workstation practices, including a detailed VDU checklist

Visual resources Estonia Estonian
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Tooleu
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Tooleu

To prevent muscle strain caused by continuous sitting, you should regularly increase and exercise. But what exercises should be done? The answer lies in a new video clip from the Labor Inspectorate about exercises for people who work while sitting.