Operational measures

Internet Forum for Occupational Health Management

Occupational health management plays an important role to reduce health hazards in the enterprises, to design work safely and to promote the employees’ health actively.

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Learning modules of the BG ETEM

“InterACTIVELY SAFE AND HEALTHY AT THE WORKPLACE“ – just like currently around 40 learning modules on different issues concerning occupational safety and health. In a descriptive and varied manner, the learning modules interactively convey knowledge on occupational safety and health to the user. The spectrum ranges from general issues, such as “skin protection”, “office work” or “lifting and carrying”, to specific hazards that can arise when working with electric current or hazardous substances. Within 15 to 20 minutes, each learning module conveys the relevant information on the issue. In addition, there’s a knowledge quiz with at least 10 questions - as a self-test for the trainee. However, the learning modules don’t replace the personal instruction. 

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Operating instructions for enterprises in the pyrotechnic sector

The pyrotechnic sector – including manufacturing, storage and selling of fireworks – is particularly risky and affected by frequent accidents and injuries (usually fatal). Inail, in collaboration with the Ministry of Interior and Ministry of Defense, has drawn up the following booklet, whose aim is helping pyrotechnical enterprises – mostly small-sized and artisan ones – to manage occupational safety and health (OSH).

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Hotel, restaurant and catering trade - competent, safe and cost-efficient

Sorry, this article is only available in the original german version.

Click here for an abstract in English.

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Healthy and fit in a small company

How brainstorming meetings can help

By means of this tool, SME are e.g. enabled to optimise their workflow, to increase product quality, to improve internal organisation or to avoid stress and thus to initiate a continuous improvement process in cooperation with their staff in so-called "brainstorming meetings".

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