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OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH PROTECTION IN THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA – CURRENT STATUS AND PERSPECTIVES

Ana Bogadi-Šare
Marija Zavalić


Puni tekst: hrvatski pdf 158 Kb

str. 83-90

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Presented is the state of occupational safety and health protection in the Republic of Croatia as compared to the European Union countries. Guidelines are offered for the Republic of Croatia on how to harmonise its legislature with the European standards as outlined in the European Directives and Conventions of the International Labour Organisation (Croatia is a signatory of these conventions), and the methods for their implementation. Based on Croatia's classification of work hazards and questionnaires received from 624 businesses, hazards, risks and strains in the individual branches of economy are presented, along with the number of workers exposed to these harmful working conditions. In the Republic of Croatia, the greatest number of hazards plagues the workers in mining and extraction (7.8 hazards per worker), construction (5.7), and the processing industry (4.6). The working population in the Republic of Croatia is exposed to psycho-physiological strain (78% workers), statodynamic strain (75%), mechanical hazards (68%), falls and collapses (53%), adverse climatic and microclimatic conditions (34%), harmful chemicals (22%), electric power risks (20%) and noise (19%).

Ključne riječi

European Directives, legislature, occupational safety and health, work hazards, branches of economy

Hrčak ID:

13396

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/13396

Podaci na drugim jezicima: hrvatski

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