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giovedì 10 marzo 2016

Come cancellare le giuste richieste di sicurezza al lavoro ... anche in Svezia

Nel 1999 un'organizzazione sindacale svedese  pose i primi dubbi sulla qualità e sicurezza negli ambienti di lavoro a fronte di un continuo incremento di strumenti informatici.

Fu costituito il progetto No Risk Project.

Dopo i primi risultati, in collaborazione con la università di studi, finalizzati alla riduzione della esposizione a radiofrequenze, ..., i finanziamenti cessarono e tutto fu nel tempo archiviato come problemi psicologici.

Qui ci sono dei documenti ed il riferimento ad una ditta che si era specializzata per introdurre delle protezioni allo interno di ambienti di lavoro.   Esiste ancora ?   non mi sembra ...


The Swedish No Risk Project

During the 1990’s the Swedish Union of Clerical and Technical Employees in Industry (SiF) instigated research into reports of electro-magnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) in the modern information technology (IT) workplace with a possible link with chemical emissions from new electronic equipment.
The research team at SiF were concerned that the information technology (IT) workplace may be creating new and serious risks to health, as a result SiF initiated the No-Risk project which aimed at addressing all possible health hazards in the modern office-place. In 1999 SiF initiated the “Healthy Office project” in partnership with the Luleå University of Technology (LTU).
The project aimed at implementing the points raised in the SiF “No Risk” publication. However due to corporate and political concerns that this project was a threat to the introduction of new technology it was totally closed down with all publications withdrawn from circulation. For all intents and purposes the SiF No Risk project was as if it never happened.
However these documents are now available on this website in honour of the brave women and men who worked to make the modern IT workplace a safer and healthy place. Their dream must be kept alive. Also included is a pamphlet by the Swedish company Liberel which specialised in designing office places to reduce environmental hazards to workers and this company was directly involved in the SiF No Risk Project. It was Martin Andersson from Liberel who was the first to combine the necessity of reducing electromagnetic fields with the elimination of chemical emissions from office equipment.
See:
The death of the No-Risk and Healthy Office projects, JACNEM Vol. 29, No. 2, Sept. 2010
Don Maisch PhD
  No Risk in the IT environment (12.3 MiB, 39 hits)
  Hypersensitive in IT Environments (14.0 MiB, 36 hits)
  The Healthy Office newsletter (1999) (7.3 MiB, 20 hits)
  Working environment for people and computers (11.9 MiB, 31 hits)
  The Invisible Disease: The Dangers of Environmental Illnesses Caused by Electromagnetic Fields and Chemical Emissions. By Gunni Nordstrom (62.8 KiB, 47 hits)
  " New diagnoses " - an explanatory model for neurological illnesses (58.7 KiB, 40 hits)

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