The work of viticulture (grape producing) workers involves long hours of repetitive movements in awkward postures. This case study highlights how a participatory intervention reduced the risk of MSDs in the sect
Strumenti pratici e orientamenti sui disturbi muscoloscheletrici
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This case study looks at the collaboration of the Carsat occupational health and prevention organisation with factory management and employees to improve existing safety and health measures for line operators at an agribusiness packaging factory in France. The participatory approach involved...
This leaflet illustrates some of the most common risks in the agricultural sector, including musculoskeletal disorders.
This application supports you and helps you prevent occupational risks by offering you warm-ups and stretches as part of your agricultural activities. Arboriculture, viticulture, market gardening or even breeding, whatever your sector of activity, you can prevent the appearance of MSDs! Once you've...
Farming involves a lot of repetitive work. Manual handling and lifting in particular can cause strain and awkward positions. Outdoor work and specificities of terrain make the design of agricultural machinery challenging. This discussion paper looks at the use of mechanisation to reduce the risk of...
This article presents the data sheets developed by INAIL-CONTARP to assess the risk of many non-standardisable repetitive tasks in the sector. The method used was the OCRA checklist. This method has proved to be reliable and allows users to draw up a map of the risk for repetitive work.
This video highlights the challenges of manual handling in terms of Occupational Health and Safety, in order to raise awareness among cooperative leaders, and to raise awareness among workers. It includes testimonies and ordinary work situations.