RSPP Course Module A

RSPP training Module A of 28 hours, for RSPP and ASPP



Training course ASPP / RSPP Module A for Employees and Managers of the Prevention and Protection Service lasting 28 hours, necessary to carry out the function of designated ASPP / RSPP, pursuant to Article 32 of Legislative Decree 81/08 and subsequent amendments. and the Agreement of the State-Regions Conference of 7 July 2016.

The RSPP (Prevention and Protection Service Managers) must necessarily follow the entire training course structured in three distinct modules A, B and C, while the ASPP (Prevention and Protection Service Employees) must only attend modules A and B.

The State-Regions Conference Agreement of 07/07/2016 specifies the duration and contents of the ASPP/RSPP Module A course. Module A is the basic module and is preparatory for accessing the other modules and passing allows you to continue with Modules B and C.

 Participation in the classroom or online

The ASPP / RSPP Module A course can be carried out in the classroom, at one of our accredited locations (Caronno Pertusella VA and Nuoro NU), or online in e-learning mode, by registering on the dedicated ASPP RSPP Module A Online Course page.

 Attendance Exemptions

Those who have obtained a degree in one of the classes indicated in Annex I of the State-Regions Conference Agreement of 07/07/2016 are exempted from attending the RSPP Module A and RSPP Module B training courses.

 Participation Requirements

As indicated in art 32, paragraph 2 of Legislative Decree 81/08, in order to participate in the course it is necessary to have obtained a high school diploma.

 Final Evaluation Test

The course includes a final evaluation exam, which must be passed in order to obtain the training certificate.

Choose one of the modes below:​

Check the next available dates, then fill out the corresponding registration form.

Starting from 5 members; request a quote for info and costs.

    Teaching Unit A 1 – 8 hours

    Presentation and opening of the course

    • The teaching objectives of the module
    • The structure of the course in terms of programming
    • The methodologies used
    • The role and participation of the staff
    • Organizational information
    • Presentation of the participants

    The approach to prevention in Legislative Decree 81/08 and subsequent amendments.

    • The philosophy of Legislative Decree 81/08 in reference to the managerial-organizational character given by the legislation to the company prevention system

    The legislative system: examination of the reference regulations

    • Legislative evolution on health and safety at work
    • The Workers’ Statute and the legislation on compulsory insurance against accidents and occupational diseases
    • The basic approach given to Legislative Decree 81/08 by the legislator, also referring the discussion to the constitutional principles and civil and criminal obligations given by the national legal system
    • The European legal framework (directives, regulations, recommendations, opinions)
    • The profiles of administrative responsibility
    • Legislation relating to particular categories of work: child labour, working mothers, night work, atypical work, etc…
    • The Ministerial Decree 10 March 1998 and the fire prevention legislative framework
    • The main UNI, CEI technical standards, hints on national and European standardization activities

    The institutional system of prevention

    • Chapter II of Title I of Legislative Decree 81/08

    The surveillance and assistance system

    • Supervision and control
    • The system of prescriptions and sanctions
    • The approvals, the periodic checks
      Information, assistance and consultancy
    • Joint bodies and sector agreements
    • Health Company, Territorial Labor Directorate, Fire Brigade, INAIL, ARPA

    Teaching Unit A 2 – 4 hours

    The subjects of the company prevention system according to Legislative Decree 81/08 and subsequent amendments.

    The company security system according to Legislative Decree 81/08:

    • employer, managers and supervisors
    • manager of the prevention and protection service and SPP staff
    • competent doctor
    • workers’ representative for safety and workers’ representative for territorial and site safety
    • fire prevention, worker evacuation and first aid workers
    • workers, designers, manufacturers, suppliers and installers
    • self-employed
    • family businesses

    Teaching Unit A 3 – 8 hours

    The risk assessment process
    • Concepts of danger, risk, harm, prevention and protection
    • Precautionary principle: attention to pregnant workers, gender differences, age, origin from other countries and those connected to the specific type of contract through which the work is performed
    • Analysis of accidents: causes, methods of occurrence, indicators, statistical analysis and trends over time, accident register
    • Analysis of occupational diseases: causes, methods of occurrence, indicators, statistical analysis and trends over time
    • Statistical sources: tools and information material available
    • Risk assessment: methodologies and criteria for risk assessment
    • Phases and activities of the evaluation process
    • The context of application of standardized procedures
    • Contents, structure and organization of the risk assessment document
    • The assessment of risk from interference and the management of procurement, works or supply contracts

    Teaching Unit A 4 – 4 hours

    The applicative and organizational implications of risk assessment
    • The classification of specific risks in relation to the relevant health and safety legislation
    • Safety signs
    • Personal protective equipment

    Emergency management
    • Fire risk: characteristics and management procedures
    • The emergency and first aid plan: areas and applications

    Health surveillance
    • Health surveillance: objectives and obligations, specific protections for working mothers, minors, disabled people, medical visits and suitability judgements, appeals

    Teaching Unit A 5 – 4 hours

    Relational institutes: information, education, training, consultation and participation
    • Information, education and training of the subjects provided for in Legislative Decree 81/08 Corporate safety consultation
    • The relationships between the subjects of the prevention system

    Regulations: art. 32, paragraph 2 of Legislative Decree 81/08 and subsequent amendments. and Agreement of the State-Regions Conference of 7 July 2016

    Recipients: workers, freelancers, consultants

    Hours: 28 hours

    Type of course: classroom or e-learning, by registering on the ASPP RSPP Module A Online Course page

    Location: at our headquarters in Lecce or at home

    Training certificate: training certificate valid throughout Italy, for the purposes of the legislation in question

    Requirements: high school diploma, understanding of the Italian language

    Teaching material: teaching handouts

    Update: Not required, continuing education credit