RSPP High Risk course


The aim of the course is to update Employers with respect to the introduction and / or changes of rules concerning safety and health in the workplace. To deepen the skills, to allow the direct performance of the prevention and protection tasks in the company also with reference to the evolution of new technologies and the introduction of new products more sensitive to the issue of safety and health in the workplace.


The target of course RSPP High Risk is made up of Employers who, pursuant to art. 34 of Legislative Decree 81/2008 and subsequent amendments, intend to carry out, in the cases provided for by the decree itself, the tasks of the Risk Prevention and Protection Service. The course is structured according to the provisions of the State-Regions agreement of 21 December 2011 rep. acts 223, published in the Official Gazette no. 8 of 11 January 2012 in the sectors belonging to the HIGH RISK macro-category and to the macro-sectors defined by the ATECO code:

• B extraction of minerals from quarries and mines
• C manufacturing activities, manufacture of coke and products deriving from oil refining, manufacture of chemical products, manufacture of basic pharmaceutical products and pharmaceutical preparations, manufacture of rubber and plastic materials;
• D supply of electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning
• And water supply; sewerage, waste management and sanitation
• F constructions
• Q (86, 87) healthcare and social assistance (healthcare and residential social assistance services, excluding non-residential social assistance)

Prerequisites: Having attended the training course for RSPP DL according to CSR 21/12/2011 rep. Acts 223


14 hours


The training course includes refresher courses associated with three different levels of risk depending on the nature of the risks present in the workplace, the methods of organizing work and the work activities carried out: low risk (6 hours), medium risk (10 hours ), high risk (14 hours). The State-Regions Agreement of 2011 and subsequent amendments, as well as allowing the use of e-Learning learning methods for refresher courses (according to the criteria set out in Annex I, as amended by the State-Regions Agreement of 7 July 2016), highlights its effectiveness in order to make the training offer dynamic and adequate to the evolution of experience and technique and to guarantee the quality and effectiveness of the activities carried out.

The refresher course, lasting a minimum of 14 hours, constitutes the entire amount of the Training Credit for the purposes of the mandatory five-year refresher course pursuant to article 34 paragraph 2 of Legislative Decree no. 81 of 9 April 2008.

This course is delivered in e-learning mode in accordance with the provisions of the State-Regions Agreement of 21 December 2011, the application guidelines of the same Agreement of 25 July 2012 and the State-Regions Agreement of 7 July 2016.


MODULE 1 - Technical, organizational and legal regulatory insights

• Development and general features
• The update on risk assessment
• General health protection, training and surveillance measures
• Accident and occupational disease insurance system
• The contract for services and the technical-administrative documentation
• The news of the State Regions Agreement of 07 July 2016
• Trainers Decree 06-03-2013
• Training test

MODULE 2 - Management systems and organizational processes

• Introduction to Legislative Decree 231/2001
• The organizational model
• The risk management system
• The Supervisory Body
• Offenses related to safety at work
• Environmental crimes related to water and air quality
• Environmental crimes related to waste management
• Exempt organizational model
• Conformity of the organizational model
• Safety people: who has to do what
• Figures involved: other subjects
• Training test

MODULE 3 - Sources of risk

• The main risk factors
• Accidents and missed accidents
• Work environment
• The unfavorable microclimate
• Inadequate or excessive lighting
• The signs
• The use of video terminals
• Use of the software
• The workplace
• Manual handling of loads
• The requirements of the environment and the computer / human interface
• Carrying out the work activity
• Work-related stress - the legislation in force
• Work related stress - habits and effects of stress
• Risks from exposure to noise and vibration (a lot of noise for nothing)
• Risk from visual fatigue (the secret of his eyes)
• Work to the public
• Object of the task
• Safe driving
• Intensity of work rhythms (shift work)
• Loneliness and monotony
• The fire risk
• The dangers deriving from the fire risk (Electrical Risk)
• Other Risks
• Training test

MODULE 4 - Communication techniques

• The main characteristics of communication
• Verbal written and oral communication
• Non-verbal communication
• The strategic importance of training
• The elements of communication
• Effective communication in the workplace
• Worker awareness
• Training test

Final test


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Certificate issued by a body recognized as a "Trainer" on the basis of the State-Regions Agreement of 7 July 2016 (Annex A - 2.l)



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