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The work of an early-hours delivery person is independent and carries great deal of responsibility. This guide provides basic information about occupational safety for early-hours delivery personnel.
The guide helps employees and supervisors prevent harmful psychosocial stress and provides support in situations where harmful stress is present.
This publication is meant to support workplaces in preventing and handling harassment and other inappropriate treatment and in drafting procedures and guidelines relating to these situations.
This guide provides concrete tips for working as a hotel housekeeper, serves as an orientation manual for workplaces and provides guidelines that promote occupational ergonomics.
The guide is suitable for everyone interested in the deliverers work, deliverers, line organisations and occupational safety and health personnel as well as occupational health care organisations.
This guide encourages companies and employees in a range of jobs to think about the ways they could develop their actions to make work smooth and safe.
The publication has three parts. The first and second parts are aimed at safety practitioners, managers and directors responsible for staff who travel overseas on business. The third part contains a series of checklists for travelling employees.
This publication is intended to support the induction and work guidance of employees in retailers’ warehouses.
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