Here are the courses you can participate in through us and our partners:
Established by Legislative Decree 81/2008 (Consolidated Law on Safety at Work), the Head of the Prevention and Protection Service (RSPP) is a necessary figure within a company. This figure, appointed by the employer or often the employer himself, must possess skills and requisites appropriate to the nature of the risks present in the workplace, to assume and demonstrate that he has those responsibilities that allow him to organize and manage all the system belonging to risk prevention and protection. To this end it is mandatory to take a specific course calibrated on corporate risk.
This corporate figure, introduced by Legislative Decree 81/2008, is mandatory in all companies, but based on their size, the method of appointment of the representative changes. The current rules state that in companies or production units with a maximum of 15 employees the RLS is usually elected by the workers among them. On the other hand, in companies or production units that have more than 15 workers, the RLS is always elected or designated by the workers, but within the company union representatives.
According to Legislative Decree 81/08, the employer must designate one or more workers in charge of the implementation of fire prevention, fire fighting and emergency management measures, ensuring training for employees designated to fill this role.
The Fire Fighting Course teaches how to manage emergencies in the company, activate the correct evacuation procedures, know how to intervene in the event of a fire with extinguishers and to know extinguishing systems such as hoses and hydrants. The employer can also fill this role with the exception of some cases indicated by law such as companies:
- artisans and industrialists with over 30 workers
- agricultural and livestock with over 30 workers
- fisheries with over 20 workers
- others up to over 200 workers in our article.
The appointment and selection of the employees destined to make up the company First Aid team is always the responsibility of the Employer, who in doing so must take into account the nature of the company, therefore the activities carried out, and its size. There is therefore no minimum number, or proportional to the number of employees, of the members who must be part of the team, but it will be the employer who, having heard the opinion of the Competent Doctor where present, will evaluate based on the size of the risks present and any branch offices, the adequate number of rescuers to be appointed.
Art. 37 of Legislative Decree 81/2008 requires the Employer to provide workers with complete and exhaustive training on the subject of Safety at Work. The State - Regions agreements that have followed one another over the years have also defined the minimum contents and training methods for workers. The recipients are both already inorganic workers who have not yet received training and newly hired workers within 60 days of hiring. All types of workers are recipients of the training course: for example with open-ended, fixed contracts, internships, co.co.pro, co.co.co, intermittent, on call, volunteers, temporary workers, apprentices etc.
Enabling courses for companies and employees
For convenience, this category includes:
- compulsory courses for the use of particular equipment such as tractors, forklifts and certificates for the installation of electrical system scaffolding.
- courses required for the sale and handling of HCCP and SAB food and beverages.
- phytosanitary use course.