STOP! PLAN! ANTICIPATE!OCCUPATIONAL WORK CAPACITY CAPABILITIES 1/6
Manage the details
Details that have a decisive impact on work capacity are often ordinary and trivial things observable with bare eyes. Professionalism also lies in taking care of small details.
Discover the key principles to reduce the stress and risks of your work:
You will encounter things that take time to learn when you start a new job. It is advisable for a new employee to take it easy in the beginning and learn the policies of the workplace carefully.
You have to know what kind of risks to take
Work may involve hazards that can, however, be prevented. The employer is responsible for occupational safety and employee orientation. The employee, in turn, must follow the orders and instructions given by the employer. A prerequisite for successful work orientation is that you listen and focus when you are being orientated to work.
Examples of potential hazards of work and the working environment:
- Accident hazards
slipping, tripping, sharp objects, etc.
- Physical hazards
noise, radiation, thermal conditions, etc.
- Chemical hazards
chemicals, vapours, etc.
- Biological hazards
hygiene, bacteria, etc.
- Physical stress factors
poor working positions, manual lifting, etc.
- Psychosocial stress factors
threat of violence, difficult social situations, etc.
The best safeguard against accidents at work is that…
- you use tools, equipment, and protective equipment as instructed
- you keep your working environment tidy
- you ask for advice in unclear situations
- you take your colleagues into account and take note what is happening around you
- you report any incidents and defects
- you follow the mutually agreed policies
- you focus on doing the work
- you also remember to recover from work