We offer Inspection services, aimed at drafting the Self-Control Plan.
Evaluation of all Risks:
Chemical Agents, Noise, Vibrations, Various Radiations, Electromagnetic Fields, Microclimate, Biological Agents, Cancer Agents.
Annual management of health surveillance and general medical examinations with the issue of eligibility. Appointment of the Competent Doctor with his inspection in the workplace.
Operating Instructions for Safety (OIS)
Security Management Procedures (SMP)
Drafting of the Company Emergency Plan.
Drafting of the Single Document for the Evaluation of Interference Risks for the Health and Safety of Workers.
We strive to build an environment where communication helps develop the potential of Employees.
Design of work environments and assistance for the release of C.P.I.
Management in scheduling and convening of the Periodic Meeting for Companies with more than 15 Employees, with the relative Minutes.
Annual general medical visit and/or with different periodicity for the release of the Assessment of suitability for the worker's task.
The inspections are carried out by Professionals at least annually.
On request or for particular problems, interventions can be more.
Competent Physicians and other personnel with adequate experience regarding the problem to be faced can participate in the inspections. Workers' Safety Representatives consulted 'in advance and promptly on Risk Assessment, on the identification, programming, implementation and verification of prevention in the company' are invited to participate .
The purpose of the inspections is:
- verify the implementation of the measures already established in previous inspections for the purpose of improving safety levels over time
- identify any new risk factors in addition to those already identified in the Risk Assessment Document and identify the measures for the safety and healthiness of work environments
- identify the need for procedures to implement the measures to be implemented and the roles of the company organization that must provide them
- verify the correct keeping and compilation of the documentation required by the current legislation (example: Fire Prevention Register) and the availability on site of the Emergency Plan, procedures and any other document useful for safety management (example: DUVRI)
- verify the adequacy of the Merging Cards with respect to the activity carried out on the Site subject to the inspection
- identify hygienic, structural and / or plant deficiencies that can create risks for the safety of workers
The Site Manager (Director of Direction or Area Director) makes a person available for the entire duration of the inspections, with adequate knowledge of the organization and activities carried out on the Site.
The Attachment draws up an inspection report called 'report', which, after approval by the Head of the Prevention and Protection Service, is sent to the interested parties. The reports constitute the updating of the Site Risk Assessment document.
Documentation necessary for the inspection:
-In carrying out the inspection, the Agent needs to verify and view the presence on the site of the documentation below and will therefore request availability. The interlocutors are invited to prepare the documentation in good time.
-Fire Prevention Registry completed in all its parts
-Risk Assessment Document: the most recent version available
-Possible Risk Assessment Document of Interferential nature (DUVRI) Safety procedures (eg Injury procedures, use of ladders, etc.)x
-Site Emergency Plan
-Site emergency team
-Certification of Evacuation Tests
-Report of the last security inspection carried out in the building
-Any specific documentation on requests and critical issues reported in the reports and / or targeted improvements.
Rachel morpho-functional examination, basic blood chemistry tests (complete blood count with glycemic formula, blood sugar, GOT, GTP), Audiometry and resting EGC;
Absence Test of Absorbing Substances (Opioids, Cocaine, Cannabinoids); Test of Absence of Psychotropic Substances (Barbiturates, Benzodiazepines);
ADJUSTMENTS TO YARDS DIRECTIVE
Assistance for workers' safety obligations in temporary or mobile construction sites.
1. Drafting of the Corporate Risk Assessment Document, with identification of all the specific risks related to the individual activities and identification of the Protection to be adopted;
2. Drafting of the Single Risk Assessment Document where necessary;
3. Drafting of the Operational Safety Plan (POS) for each site;
4. Drafting of the Safety Coordination Plan (PCS) for each site;
5. Activation of Health Surveillance and Appointment of the Competent Doctor;
6. Training on First Aid Help
Appointment of the Competent Doctor;
Collaboration in the drafting of documents;
Drafting of the Health Surveillance Protocol;
If substantial changes were detected during the management inspection:
- DVR update;
- Updating of individual risks: chemical, noise, biological agents, vibrations, ionizing radiations and radon, etc .; - DUVRI update;
- Update of the company emergency plan and / or evacuation plan and fire prevention plans;
- Assistance and advice in case of prescriptions of the competent control bodies; Environmental measures and monitoring.
- Monitoring of the concentration of radon gas in underground workplaces;
- Phonometric measurement of noise exposure levels;
- Measurement of vibration exposure levels of the hand-arm system (HAV) and of the whole body (WVB);
- Measurement of the intensity of electromagnetic fields and related exposure levels;
- Measurement of the emission intensity of artificial optical radiation;
- Mapping and echoing of materials containing asbestos and related levels of exposure.
Design of work environments and assistance for the release of C.P.I. (Fire Prevention Certificate).
Technical reports with technical report;
Presentation of the necessary documentation for the release of the ICC to the Provincial Command of the Fire Brigade.
RENEWAL OF THE ICC
Follow these five steps to create a workplace safety plan for your company:
Step 1: inspect and improve your work site.
Take a tour of your facilities and look for potential dangers that should be dealt with as soon as possible - everything from the risks of stumbling to too dark lighting. Identify potential injuries and create an action plan to address them.
Step 2: Perform an analysis of job security.
Examine work procedures from start to finish and create security practices in each role:
Identify the basic steps involved in the job
Determine the potential dangers
Describe safe work procedures and controls
Monitor work processes and security checks on a regular basis, making the necessary improvements
Step 3: write it down
After inspecting your work site and conducting a job safety analysis, turn your findings into written safety guidelines that describe your processes and expectations. By clearly defining your policies, you will establish a culture of responsibility and responsibility, manage your risks better and have readily available materials in the event of an accident.
Step 4: Train your employees.
Offer on-site training tools and security resources, such as the guidelines mentioned in point # 3. Your operator can be an excellent source of training assistance. Educating employees helps them understand why safe practices are needed and how they can use them to minimize or eliminate accidents. Be sure to make safety training also part of your onboarding process for new employees.
Step 5: Analyze the incidents.
When accidents happen, understand why and how they happened. Record the incident to help identify patterns or recurring problems. This will allow you to make the necessary changes to your site and work procedures and possibly to avoid future events. Success begins with a security-oriented partner.