MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 305, 20209th International Symposium on Occupational Health and Safety (SESAM 2019)
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|Published online||17 January 2020|
Ensuring the safety and health of workers performing work at heights in the industrial sectors
INCDPM „Alexandru Darabont” of Bucharest, Certification Body, 35A Ghencea Blvd, Bucharest, Romania
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The research study aims to implement the general principles for the prevention of professional risks at employers’ level in relation to low-mobility workers in order to ensure an adequate level of safety and to ensure protection measures in support of social integration and inclusion. In order to prevent occupational accidents and occupational diseases at work, it is necessary to ensure the control of risks in order to improve the working conditions and to ensure the safety and health at work for the workers perform work at heights in the sectors of activity of the national economy with a high accident rate, by using compliant and safety work equipment. Managing professional risks of work equipment used for performing work at heights requires designers and manufacturers to ensure the conditions for the placing on the market of safety products with an adequate level of safety under the intended use conditions. To that end, the research study identifies the specific prevention tools needed to guarantee technical and environmental requirements, including appropriate measures and means of protection, in order to ensure an adequate level of security for low-mobility workers. The results of the research consisted in developing tools for effective risk management.
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