OBJECTIVES

The course aims to address all those who have to update themselves after five years in their function; and is valid for all common / specialist modules b of the new production sectors.

RECIPIENTS

All employees and managers of the prevention and protection service.

DURATION

40 hours

REGULATORY CONTEXT

Article 34, paragraph 1 of Legislative Decree 81/2008 provides for the possibility that the Employer directly carries out the duties of the Risk Prevention and Protection Service (DL RSPP). Paragraph 2 of the same article provides that, in order to carry out these tasks, the employer must attend specific training courses and periodic updating appropriate to the nature of the risks present in the workplace and relating to work activities. The duration, minimum contents and modalities of this training for Employers were defined with the Agreement of 21 December 2011 and subsequent amendments by the Permanent Conference for relations between the State, the Regions and the Autonomous Provinces.

Training course governed pursuant to Legislative Decree 81/08 and 106/09, on safety on construction sites, aimed at engineers, geologists, architects, graduates in agricultural sciences or forestry sciences, industrial experts, agricultural experts, surveyors and technicians of the construction sector.

CONTENTS

MODULE 1 - ITALIAN REGULATORY FRAMEWORK

  • Updating the legislation
  • Composition of the new State Regions agreement of 7 July 2016
  • Evolution of the legislation for RSPP-ASPP / CSE-CSP
  • The trainers and the figure of the RSPP / CSE-CSP
  • The new articulation of the training course (focus on modules A and B)
  • Module C: specialization course for the functions of RSPP / CSE-CSP only
  • The obligations of the figures involved
  • The importance of training

Training test 1

MODULE 2 - TECHNICAL ORGANIZATIONAL ASPECTS

  • Security actors: obliged subjects
  • Security actors: other subjects
  • General protection measures, training and health surveillance
  • The contract
  • The characteristics of the workplace
  • Signage
  • Organizational model exempting
  • Conformity of the organizational model

Training test 2

MODULE 3 -  KEY FIGURES IN WORK SAFETY

  • The role of the participants
  • Other roles
  • The role of the trainer
  • The responsibilities of the actors of safety at work - part 1
  • The responsibilities of the actors of safety at work - part 2
  • Work equipment and PPE
  • Workplaces
  • Signage
  • A point of view for trainers

MODULE 4 - BIOLOGICAL RISKS RELATED TO PREVENTION AND SAFETY IN THE WORKPLACE

  • Classification of risks in the workplace
  • Definitions and classifications of biological risk
  • The sources of transmission
  • Risk assessment
  • Security and protection measures

MODULE 5 - MANUAL HANDLING OF LOADS

  • Introduction and normative references
  • Risk assessment
  • Risk levels and prevention measures

MODULE 6 - EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES

  • Current legislation
  • Measures of prevention and protection
  • Definition of explosion
  • Explosive conditions of gas, mists and dusts
  • Risk assessment

MODULE 7 - RISK ASSESSMENT AND SOURCES OF INTERFERENT RISK

  • Electromagnetic fields: normative references
  • Physical agents: general provisions
  • The effects of electromagnetic fields 1
  • The effects of electromagnetic fields 2
  • Requirements for the protection of workers against noise risks
  • Regulatory framework and subdivision of vibrations
  • Mechanical vibrations and risk assessment
  • The chemical risk
  • Asbestos
  • Radon

Training test 3

MODULE 8 - OTHER RISKS

  • Work-related stress - the legislation
  • Work related stress - how to recognize it
  • Methodological proposal
  • Occupational safety and pregnancy
  • Work safety and aging

Training test 4

MODULE 9 - THE ROLE OF TRAINING IN SAFETY AT WORK

  • Work safety training - part 1
  • Work safety training - part 2
  • The stages of the training process

MODULE 10 - PRELIMINARY ASPECTS FOR THE TRAINING DELIVERY PHASE

  • The risk - part 1
  • The risk - part 2
  • Training for job security
  • The provision of training
  • The feedback phase

MODULE 11 - THE BASIC ELEMENTS OF COMMUNICATION

  • Introduction to communication
  • The components of communication
  • Non-verbal communication
  • Communicate in style

MODULE 12 - COMMUNICATION OF TRAINING FOR SAFETY AT WORK

  • Communication and training
  • The learning process
  • The main learning theories
  • Characteristics of communication
  • Verbal, written and oral communication
  • Non-verbal communication
  • The obstacles to effective communication in the classroom
  • The different types of training
  • The planning of the training intervention

MODULE 13 - THE LAW IN SAFETY AT WORK

  • Regional state agreement of 7 July 2016
  • State regions agreement of December 21, 2011
  • Agreement n.53 of 22 February 2012
  • Qualification criteria of the figure of the trainer for health and safety at work
  • SINGLE TEXT ON HEALTH AND SAFETY AT WORK (Legislative Decree 81/08)

FINAL TEST

MINIMUM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS:

Acrobat Reader

PDF documents are exported from version 5 and are compatible with all subsequent versions of Acrobat Reader released up to the update date of this file.

Browser

  • Microsoft Edge
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Google Chrome
  • Safari (from version 9.1 onwards)

JavaScript enabled

Pop-up blocker disabled

Minimum video resolution

The courses are optimized for a 1024 × 768 display on PCs and tablets of at least 7 inches.

Speakers or headphones 

DATA TRACKING METHOD: SCORM 1.2

DEVELOPMENT TECHNOLOGY:

HTML5

CERTIFICATION / CERTIFICATE:

Certificate of attendance from a Joint Intersectoral Body

National Bilateral Body

PRODUCED BY:

Piazza Copernico / Conformity

COURSE CODE:

AGG_RSPP_CSE / CSP