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Training

  • General and specific training for workers under the State-Regions Agreement of 21/12/2011 and articles 36 and 37 of Legislative Decree 81/2008

Workers must attend a training course of varying duration, depending on their risk profile, from a minimum of eight to a maximum of sixteen hours. A refresher course for this training must be taken every five years.

  • Additional training for supervisors under the State-Regions Agreement of 21/12/2011

Supervisors, by virtue of their position, must attend an additional training course to the one aimed at all workers, with a duration of eight hours. A refresher course for this training must be taken every five years.

  • Training for managers under the State-Regions Agreement of 21/12/2011

Managers must attend a specific training course with a duration of sixteen hours. A refresher course for this training must be taken every five years.

  • Training for Workers’ Safety Representatives (RLS) under art. 37 of Legislative Decree 81/2008

Workers’ Safety Representatives must receive specific training for their role, with a duration of thirty-two hours. A refresher course of a varying duration between four and eight hours must be taken annually.

  • Education and training in the use of specific work equipment under the State-Regions Agreement of 22/02/2012 and art. 73 of Legislative Decree 81/2008

Workers driving aerial work platforms, tower cranes, mobile cranes, truck cranes, self-propelled lift trucks with driver on board, agricultural or forestry tractors, earth-moving machines and concrete pumps must attend a training course of variable duration, depending on the type of equipment used, from a minimum of eight to a maximum of thirty-four hours. A refresher course for this training must be taken every five years.

  • Training for overhead crane operators under Art. 73 of Legislative Decree 81/2008

Overhead crane operators must attend a special training course as prescribed by national legislation. A refresher course for this training must be taken regularly.

  • Training for emergency officers under Art. 43 of Legislative Decree 81/2008 and Ministerial Decree 10/03/1998

Workers designated to cover the role must attend a special training course of variable duration, depending on the company’s fire risk level, from four to sixteen hours. It is recommended that a refresher course for this training be taken every three years.

  • Training for first aid officers under Art. 43 of Legislative Decree 81/2008 and Ministerial Decree 388/2003

Workers designated to cover the role must attend a special training course of variable duration, depending on the company’s classification, from twelve to sixteen hours. A refresher course for this training must be taken every three years.

RSPPs, ASSPs and DL-RSPPs must attend specific training courses aimed at providing adequate skills which are necessary to perform their role in the company as required by the State-Regions Agreement of 07/07/2016. A refresher course for this training must be taken every five years.

In some specific contexts, workers must be provided with specific training (confined spaces, working at height, III-Category DPI, etc.).

  • Workers: general training (4 hours) valid for all risky sectors;
  • Workers: specific training (4 hours) only valid for low-risk sectors;
  • Managers: dedicated training (16 hours);
  • Workers, supervisors and managers: five-year refresher training course valid for all risky sectors (6 hours).

All courses are made up of independent modules, and as such their use may be organised according to the needs of the individual student and of the company.

An assistance service with e-tutor (helpdesk, email alerts, questions about the topics of the course, etc.) is at the full disposal of the participants.

Interprofessional funds are associative organisations to finance training within companies. Many of the funds periodically release communications (calls, public notices, etc…) in which a window of time is opened to present training plans. Once the notice/call has been posted, the company – or its representative – will draw up the project to present to the fund. The training plans presented will be evaluated and selected by the fund’s bodies, which will draw up a ranking list of awards and make it public. Some funds also allow a direct access method for each company to the resources set aside in the fund.

All training courses can be delivered directly at the client’s premises, within the multimedia classroom at our facility or in e-learning mode (in the cases provided for by legislation).