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‘BeSMART.ie’ is a free confidental resource developed by the Health and Safety Authority’s Business and Education Support Unit and it has been in continuous development since 2011. BeSMART.ie is an initiative developed to help small businesses in Ireland…
98% of firms coming under the French general social security scheme employ fewer than 50 employees. Although small enterprises do not see risk prevention as a priority, the statistics show without doubt that the majority of occupational accidents occur…
The ‘Risico- Inventarisatie- en Evaluatie-instrumenten’ is the name for the Dutch risk assessment (RA) tools. A RA tool can be used to perform a risk assessment including an evaluation of the identified risks. These tools were among the first online…
The electronic prevention encyclopedia (“Lexikon Prävention") of the AUVA enables the user in a straightforward and clearly arranged way to find more than 400 essential and basic notions of safety and health at work. The app is based on the Austrian…
eUlift is an Erasmus+ project (2016-2019) which provides a full training in patient handling for caregivers and for trainers. Our project aims for a long-term solution from a self-regulated perspective and integrates an innovative approach, i.e. an app…
In order to help enterprises with fewer than 50 workers to meet their regulatory obligation to assess psychosocial risks (PSRs), the French public authorities and various French occupational safety and health bodies[1] have worked together to provide…
Austrian Workers Compensation Board)AUVA statistics show that hand injuries are the most frequent injuries in professional life (40% of about 100.000 occupational accidents per year in Austria), in sports, at school and in leisure time. Hand injuries may…
GDA-ORGAcheck is a tool developed by the Joint German Occupational Safety and Health Strategy (GDA) which enables companies to evaluate their own internal occupational safety and health (OSH) organisation so that they can specifically identify weaknesses…
Micro and small enterprises (MSEs) are commonly defined in Europe[1] as “enterprises with fewer than 50 employees"; MSEs are further divided into micro enterprises (with fewer than 10) and small enterprises (10–49). The enterprises referred to in this…
Chemical risks are among the most difficult risks to manage, especially for micro and small enterprises, MSE. In a pilot study[1] managers and safety representatives in enterprises of different sizes were interviewed. Small enterprises had two main…