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New publications on construction sector by EU-OSHA
The training focuses on integrating technical and non-technical skills and uses novel and interactive training methods to promote the active participation of workers. The training programme together with guidelines for OSH practitioners, safety trainers, supervisors and workers in the construction industry is freely available on the ESTEEM website.
Another one is a Discussion Paper on the prevention of muskulo-skeletal disorders in the construction sector, which looks at the importance of risk assessment. It is based on examples from the Italian safety authority (INAIL), which is rolling out an incentive scheme to mechanise manual operations and update equipment, thereby reducing MSD risk factors in the sector.