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Safety at work training? Take it easy, the future is in your hands

Safety at work training? Take it easy, the future is in your hands

National Employment Accident Insurance Institute | Italy
Safety at work training? Take it easy, the future is in your hands

The project, which integrates the dissemination of knowledge, communication and emotional involvement, is aimed at promoting the culture of prevention through the creation of a dynamic path, dedicated to high school students and related to the main risks of health and safety in living and working environments, as addressed in Legislative Decree 81/2008.

The first part is a two-year phase, in which the National Employment Accident Insurance Institute (Istituto Nazionale per l’Assicurazione contro gli Infortuni sul Lavoro – INAIL) experts teach first and second year students the different modules that make up the training path. The second phase directly involves third year students who are called to re-elaborate the didactic materials which, in their fourth year they will transmit to the students in the first two-year classes.

The project ends in the fifth year with an event in which students who have best engaged with their learners are rewarded. The training package consists of slides, handouts, tutorials, workbooks, as well as video tutorials for teaching materials and a vade mecum.

Implementation year2016
Topics: Prevention, Service quality, Communication
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