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UGT is essential to put in the hands of workers the necessary tools to achieve better working conditions that result in higher levels of health and safety for all. Knowing what the potential health damage we are facing will help us become more involved in achieving more realistic risk assessments tailored to the specific circumstances of each worker in his job.
Aware of the need to promote awareness-information to prevent risks in the workplace, UGT has decided to make this campaign through a bus-class that will cover different points of all the autonomous communities, including the Canaries, under the slogan “Manu a Manu for the Prevention, Manu a Manu for your health and safety.”
The objectives of this campaign is to disseminate and inform workers about the existence of ergonomic and psychosocial risks and the reality of Diseases, stressing the need for health surveillance is carried out based on preventive approach . Furthermore, it is to sensitize stakeholders in the prevention of occupational hazards that ergonomic and psychosocial risks and diseases are preventable through proper monitoring of health, integrated prevention planning company.
This classroom-Geauga is an articulated vehicle 18 meters long and 2.5 meters wide, equipped with two rooms that are two clerical positions complete with waiting room and reading, in addition to mobile internet connection and lifting platform people with disabilities, and to have various materials related to the Prevention of Occupational Risks.
The manager of the Aragon Health Service (HEALTH), Ana Sees, attended the presentation of the XV National Congress of the Spanish Society of Primary Care Pharmacy, held between 27 and 29 October with the slogan Pharmacy Primary Care Challenges and Opportunities.
The congress, attended by 400 health professionals, will discuss two key issues: the primary care pharmacy and work with new technologies and their activities at national and international.
The Government of Aragon, through the Department of Health and Consumer Affairs, has worked as a pioneer in issues that deal with primary care pharmacists such as the rational use of drugs and deployment of electronic prescribing and electronic medical records. The latter, very important for the prescription and in which the role of pharmacists in primary care is crucial, as stressed Sees.
Ana Sees has highlighted the often silent work of these professionals who provide the information physicians and complementary and valuable training to prescribe medications with the best quality, maximum safety and more efficiently.
The Spanish Society of Primary Care Pharmacists (SEFAP) is a scientific society was born 15 years ago with the aim to promote activities aimed at ensuring optimal use of medicines in the field of primary care. Currently have over 700 members.