Plastic sorting at recycling centres
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Plastic sorting at recycling centres

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This report outlines how the authorities in the five Nordic countries, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, carry out their inspections of the psychosocial working environment at the enterprises. Starting out with a description of the psychosocial risks, the report proceeds with a comparison of the differences between the different national regulations as well as an outline of the similarities. The report offers a comparison of the Nordic working environment strategies and a detailed presentation of the different targets and areas of initiative. It also presents how different methods are used in the selection of enterprises, sectors and job groups for inspection and how the inspectors are trained to carry out the inspections. The report rounds off with a description of the different national inspection methods and how to measure their effects.

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Nordic Council of Ministers

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A range of aspects should be included in preparing the best collection of plastic waste at the recycling centres. Information at the recycling centre and on the internet as well as personal sorting guidance for the public visiting the recycling centres is of key importance. In addition, the placing of the collection equipment at the centre is of importance.