Senior Managers’ occupational safety responsibilities

THE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY ACT (Italian Legislative Order 81/08) FOR SENIOR MANAGERS

The course, available in Italian, is to discharge the training obligation under Art. 37(vii) of the OHS Act, with an emphasis on interactive teaching methods and a focus on the senior manager’s role. It presents the statutory background to accident prevention activities in work environments.

Introduction

The Act governs the statutory and regulatory provisions underlying all activities for the prevention of accidents at work, and assigns specific responsibilities and duties to the various individuals and bodies concerned: employers are responsible for identifying and assessing OHS risks, and in particular for planning and managing preventive measures, for involving their workers in the risk assessment process, for making sure workers are informed and trained, and for providing proper medical surveillance whenever necessary.
The statutory role of senior managers is in some respects similar to that of employers.

Course in technical-scientific updating: soon available again.

Details

  • Language: ITALIAN (are you interested in this course in another language? Write to elearning@ieoeducation.com)
  • Target: Executives
  • Program:
  1. Legal and regulatory aspects
  2. OHS management and organization
  3. Risk identification and risk assessment
  4. Communication, worker training and consultation
  • Authors:  Marco Scuri, Stefano Indini, Franco Pugliese
  • Duration: 16 hours approximately*
  • Duration of use: in the calendar year of purchase
  • Price: are  you interested in this course? contact us! write to elearning@ieoeducation.com for a personalized offer!
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It considers the time needed for the study, the interaction, the review.

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