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Economic incentives for companies that improve health and safety at work

Economic incentives for companies that improve health and safety at work

National Employment Accident Insurance Institute | Italy
Economic incentives for companies that improve health and safety at work

The new system, now in its third edition with the notice published in December 2012, foresees the co-funding by INAIL, up to 50 per cent, of investments made by companies for structural interventions (e.g. factory renovations, buying machinery) or adoption of organizational models of safety management or social responsibility, aimed at improving health and safety levels, beyond the ones prescribed by law.

Companies submit their projects by an online procedure: the first step in which the user fills in the form which is automatically evaluated by the computer system on the basis of fixed objective criteria; in the second step funding is granted, by chronological order, to companies who have passed the first step.

Interventions can be made after the form submission (not later than one year from admission) and funds are paid after INAIL has checked the project documentation sent by certified electronic mail.

Implementation year2016
Topics: Occupational accidents and diseases
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