Basic Workers Training Course
Basic 8 or 12 or 16 hours compulsory worker training course for male and female workers, subordinates, and subjects equivalent to them or with working activity depending on the company risk (Low, Medium, High).
REFERENCES OF LAW
State-Regions Agreement of 21.12.2011 (entered into force 26.01.2012), Legislative Decree 81/08 and subsequent amendments.
WHO IS THE COURSE INTENDED FOR
The Basic Workers Training Course is aimed at all the workers mentioned above and is aimed at obtaining the job qualification of workers as required by the State-Regions Conference of 21.12.2011.
REQUIREMENTS OF LAW
The law does not provide any pre-requisites to access the course.
HOW TO BOOK
Accessing our courses is very simple: just send a request to our electronic mail address (firstname.lastname@example.org), specifying the telephone number.
The staff of our staff will contact the applicant, subsequently sending an economic offer about the course (or courses) of interest.
If you like and accepted, we will send a confirmation containing the instructions to follow the training course (or training courses).
HOW TO FOLLOW THE COURSE: COURSES IN SYNCHRONOUS STREAMING VIDEO CONFERENCE MODE
Once the booking procedure is completed, the learner can attend the chosen course by connecting via smartphone, tablet or PC (theoretical part), on the dates and times communicated in the e-mail containing the instructions .
Also in this there is a final test, organized with multiple choice methods: it will be considered passed when at least 80% of correct answers are achieved. The test can be repeated until it is passed. Our teaching staff will also act as tutors.
HOW TO PAY
Only after passing the final test, we will issue the invoice in electronic format to allow you to arrange the payment (exclusively by bank transfer, therefore traceable) of the amount relating to the balance of the chosen course (or courses chosen): to the successful conclusion of the operation, a training certificate will be issued which will be sent to the billing address by express courier.
All the courses we offer are held by experienced and professional trainers who meet the legal requirements and the latest provisions of the State-Regions Conference of 21.12.2011. All our trainers follow compulsory periodic refresher courses in order to guarantee to companies and workers a teaching in accordance with the contents and of high quality in the delivery methods.
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM WORKERS TRAINING COURSE
– General safety regulations
– Assessment, elimination or reduction of the risk at source
– Importance of the human factor for prevention
– The risks from work at display screen (VDT)
– Clothing and PPE
– Clothing and personal protective equipment required
– The electrical risk
– Basic principles of electricity
– Work hygiene
– The main carcinogens, physical, chemical and biological characteristic of the workplace.
SPECIFIC TRAINING (LOW / MEDIUM / HIGH RISK ACTIVITIES)
– Accident risks.
– General mechanics.
– General electrical.
– Falls from above.
– Explosion risks.
– Chemical risks, Mists
– Carcinogenic risks.
– Biological risks.
– Physical Risks, Noise.
– Physical risks, Vibration.
– Physical Risks, Radiation.
– Physical risks, microclimate and lighting.
– Video terminals.
– Work organization.
– Work-related stress.
– Manual handling of loads.
– Goods handling (lifting equipment, means of transport).
– The safety procedures with reference to the specific risk profile.
– Exodus and fire procedures.
– Organizational procedures for first aid.
– Accidents and near misses.
– Other Risks.
It is emphasized that the treatment of risks relating to specific training must be carried out according to the actual presence in the activity to which the course refers or according to the obligations and risks of the activities carried out by the self-employed worker, in accordance with the provisions of Legislative Decree 81/08 . The contents and duration are subject to the outcome of the risk assessment carried out by the employer, without prejudice to collective bargaining and the procedures agreed at the sectoral and / or company level and should therefore be understood as a minimum.