This web page is intended to teleworkers and provide tips and advice to be followed to ensure a good health at work.
Għodda prattika u gwida dwar disturbi muskoloskeletali
Sabiex ikun faċli għall-postijiet tax-xogħol biex jivvalutaw u jimmaniġġjaw ir-riskji MSD, il-bażi ta’ data tagħna, li hi faċli biex tintuża, tinkludi varjetà ta’ għodda prattika u materjal ta’ gwida żviluppati fil-livelli nazzjonali u tal-UE.
Ir-riżorsi jinkludu studji tal-każijiet u materjali viżwali u jkopru firxa wiesgħa ta’ setturi, tipi ta’ periklu u miżuri ta’ prevenzjoni. Xi wħud huma mmirati speċifikament lejn ċerti atturi, pereżempju l-impjegaturi, il-ħaddiema jew il-maniġers, u xi wħud lejn il-ġestjoni ta’ MSDs fost gruppi speċifiċi ta’ ħaddiema. Ir-riżorsi jistgħu jiġu ffiltrati skont kwalunkwe waħda minn dawn jew skont varjetà ta’ kategoriji oħra, għaldaqstant ma jistax ikun aktar faċli biex issib eżattament dak li qed tfittex.
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This webpage proposes preventive measures and tips on how to set up in a few minutes an ergonimic computer station.
This guide presents several ergonomic criteria, e.g. adapted to the morphology of the users, that must be taken into account when purchasing furniture and accessories intended for display screen workstations. Most common pitfalls to be avoided are mentioned.
This guide produced in the framework of COVID-19 pandemia provides advice on how to ensure a safe and healthy home-based telework.
Many working people are thus currently exposed to a variety of stresses, which may have consequences for their health. B ased on the existing bases Health Promotion Switzerland has put together some important points for health-promoting teleworking. Any of the following tips may seem trivial or...
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...
ARTEX is a small sewing plant with 14 female employees working five-day single shifts. Repetitive tasks, performed seated, increase the risk of MSDs. In addition to legally-required medical checks, assessment of individual workstations led to improvements in work organisation, layout and equipment...