Posts byRubén Fernández

Pareto applied to promoting health: Do you know the Optimal Lifestyle Metric?

Following this monograph week regarding the business experience of  PrevenControl in Harvard,  today we present the study “An Optimal Lifestyle Metric: Four Simple Behaviours That Affect Health, Cost and Productivity”,  relating to the optimization of resources for the application of measures to promote health within our company. This research has been reviewed and analyzed in one of
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International OHS: OHS regulations in Portugal

In Oviedo last December the 2nd, the latest conference organized by the Asturian Federation of Employers (FADE)  was held within the series “Prevention of Occupational Risks in the International Field”. This time the target country was none other than our neighbouring country: Portugal. True to its appointment, Prevencontrol attended the conference. Portuguese legislation on OHS.
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Successful cases: Idesa. Safety culture as a client satisfaction guarantee

There are already quite a few posts that we have published in this blog about the importance that internationalization has gained within the Spanish economic situation. Many of the companies in Spain, large and small, have found outside our borders an escape where they can develop, or at least, weather the storm. That said, today
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International OHS: when compiling information on the destination country is insufficient.

When we do research about safety management processes for transferred workers beyond our borders, there are common references that highlight the importance of studying the country’s context. Quite right too. Before the transfer materializes, it is essential to analyse aspects such as national legislation, a possible existence of a social security agreement signed with Spain,
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International OHS: Managing safety for the Islamic AVE

Some weeks ago, Prevencontrol attended the second day of the conference “Risk Prevention in the International Area“ organized by the Asturian Federation of Employers (FADE). In this course, four representatives participated from the Spanish conglomerate of companies (Adif, Cobra, Renfe, Indra, OHL … among others) who are currently working on the construction of the AVE that
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New e-guide for managing stress at work and other psychosocial risks.

The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) continues with its particular fight against general psychosocial risks and particularly against work-related stress. Accordingly, the agency continues to provide us with regular and interesting research studies on this issue, within the framework of the Healthy Workplaces Manage Stress 2014-2015 campaign. Following this trend, the
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International OHS: Made in the USA safety

This past 24th of September in Oviedo the third conference of the series Prevention of Risks on an International Scale, organized by the Asturian Federation of Employers (FADE). In this  meeting, the focus was on the United States and of couse, PrevenControl attended the event.  In this post, we will summarize the key issues discussed
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New study on the management of psychosocial risks in Europe

The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA), together with the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Eurofound), have published a report which is titled: Psychosocial risks in Europe: prevalence and strategies for prevention. This study, under the campaign Healthy Workplaces Manage Stress 2014-2015 presents comparative information on the
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