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  1. Online interactive Risk Assessment in the hairdressing sector Update on the tool development Julia Flintrop

  2. OiRA tools for the hairdressing sector • Published: • Cyprus • Portugal • Belgium • Underdevelopment: • Greece • Slovenia • Spain (Catalonia) • Have a look at: http://www.oiraproject.eu/available-tools

  3. EU hairdressers OiRA tool – development Steps of development • Decisiontaken in SSD • EU-OSHA subcontracted “Prevent “ fromBelgium • Preventwasinvolved in thedevelopment of theBelgiantool • Development of theOiRA EU draft • Revision of theBelgiumtool • Adding EU legislation • Addinginformationbasedontheframeworkagreement • Firstdraftwasreadyend2013 • FeedbackfromtheOiRAworkinggroup • RainerRoehr & Francois Laurent • Workinggroup meeting yesterday (13.3.) • Discussionon general approach and certainitems

  4. EU hairdressers OiRA tool - content Modules • Hairdressing cosmetics • Storage, products, mixing station, etc. • Skin protection • Submodule gloves: single use gloves for colouring and washing, no jewellery, etc. • Submodule skin care: separated area for hand hygiene, pH-neutral cleanser, etc. • Layout and maintenance of the salon • Rest area, non-slip floor, no smoking, fire extinguishers, etc. • Furniture & work posture • Height adjustable chairs, hair wash installations, etc.

  5. EU hairdressers OiRA tool - content Modules • 6. Hairdressing equipment and clothing • Hairdryers, trolleys, clothes, etc. • 7. Work organisation • Working time, training, employee involvement, etc. • 8. Personnel and prevention • First aid, work related health complaints, precautionary measures for criminal offences and robberies etc.

  6. OiRA working group decisions • Risk assessment items are based on EU legislation & the hairdresser’ s agreement • Phrasing is kept as close as possible to the text in the agreement • For solutions: If there is no EU legislation or information in the agreement: • It’s possible to include information phrased as a recommendation Examples: • There is sufficient space around hair wash installations and hairdressing chairs to work comfortably and safely • Handheld hairdryers are as light and as quiet as possible

  7. Schedule • New draft end April 2014 • Feedback from the working group by end May 2014 • Possible changes done until end June 2014 • Presentation of the tool in the SSD 2. July 2014 • Official launch of the tool?

  8. Follow up for national tools • If social partners are interested in implementing the tool in their Member State, EU-OSHA has possibilities to support you: • Two approaches: • Social partners from MS that are already OiRA partners and don’t have a hairdressers tool yet (France, Latvia, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Iceland, Malta, Italy, Slovakia) • Social partners from MS that are no OiRA partners yet • We will have to contact the authorities • Figure out in how far they want to be involved • Find a way of dealing with the translation of the software • Develop a national version of the tool

  9. Thank you • For further information visit: • http://www.oiraproject.eu • Or contact: • Julia Flintrop flintrop@osha.europa.eu • Lorenzo Munar munar@osha.europa.eu