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Tuesday, 19th November 2019
    PREVENCIÓN Y SALUD LABORAL
 

Responsable Servicio:
Fernando García Muñoz

 

Prevención y Salud Laboral

 
 

El Servicio de Prevención y Salud Laboral se encarga de organizar los recursos técnicos necesarios para llevar adelante las actividades preventivas dentro de las instalaciones del CBMSO.

Debido al carácter multidisciplinar de los trabajos que se realizan, todos ellos dentro del área de la biomedicina, estas son las principales funciones:

  • Promover la gestión e integración de los criterios de prevención en todos los ámbitos de decisión del CBM, identificando riesgos, aportando información para evitarlos, ayudando al diseño de puestos y lugares de trabajo, asesorando en la elección de equipos y materiales, etc.
  • Evaluar los riesgos y hacer que las decisiones a tomar sobre las medidas encaminadas a prevenirlos se realice con fundamento y sentido común. Siempre teniendo en cuenta la legalidad vigente.
  • Vigilar el ambiente y las condiciones de trabajo realizando cuando es necesario una vigilancia periódica con el fin de detectar posibles insuficiencias no detectadas o deterioros.
  • Vigilar la salud de los trabajadores, notificando cualquier incidencia al Servicio de Vigilancia de la Salud del CSIC.
  • Estudiar y realizar el seguimiento de las evaluaciones de riesgos.
  • Tener actualizado el Plan de Autoprotección, coordinando a los equipos de intervención y de alarma y evacuación.
  • Facilitar la formación e información de los trabajadores.
  • Coordinarse con los servicios de prevención del CSIC y la UAM, además de hacerlo también con las empresas externas que realizan trabajos en las instalaciones del CBMSO (coordinación de actividades empresariales).

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