RSPP Course Module C

24-hour RSPP Module C training



RSPP Module C course lasting 24 hours, suitable for taking on the role as appointed RSPP, pursuant to art. 32 of Legislative Decree 81/08 and subsequent amendments. and the Agreement of the State-Regions Conference of 7 July 2016.

The RSPP Module C training is dedicated to the specialization module, necessary for completing the training course of the RSPPs (Prevention and Protection Service Managers), together with Modules A and B. However, Module C is not required for the ASPPs (Prevention and Protection Service Employees). Protection), which only Modules A and B must carry out.

The State-Regions Conference Agreement of 07/07/2016 detailed the duration and contents of the RSPP Module C course.

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.

    Form C1

    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

    Role of information and training
    • From risk assessment to the preparation of company information and training plans (Legislative Decree no. 81/08 and other European directives)
    • Information sources on health and safety at work
    • Information tools on health and safety at work (circulars, signs, brochures, audiovisuals, notices, news, online systems, etc.)
    • Methodologies for correct information in the company (meetings, specific working groups, conferences, information seminars, etc.
    • Training: the concept of learning
    • Active teaching methodologies: analysis and presentation of the main methodologies used in andragogy
    • Elements of educational planning: needs analysis, definition of educational objectives, choice of contents based on objectives, teaching methodologies, evaluation systems of the results of training in the company

    Form C2

    Organization and management systems Risk assessment as:
    • prevention planning process
    • knowledge of the company organization system as a basis for the identification and analysis of risks with – particular reference to obligations, responsibilities and functional and organizational delegations
    • development of methods for controlling the effectiveness and efficiency over time of the safety measures adopted
    The safety management system: UNI INAIL guidelines, integration and comparison with regulations and standards (OSHAS 18001, ISO, etc.) The process of continuous improvement Integrated organization and management:
    • synergies between quality management systems (ISO 9001),
    • environment (ISO14001),
    • safety (OHSAS 18001)
    • Simplified procedures MOG (Ministerial Decree 13/02/14)
    • Technical-administrative activities (specifications, administrative paths, economic aspects)
    • program planning and organization of ordinary and extraordinary maintenance
    The administrative responsibility of legal persons (Legislative Decree 231/01): scope of operation and legal effects (art.9 law 123/2007)

    Form C3

    The system of relationships and communication
    • The relationship system: RLS, Competent Doctor, workers, employer, public bodies, suppliers, self-employed workers, contractors, etc.
    • Characteristics and goals that impact relationships
    • Role of communication in different work situations
    • Identification of points of consensus and disagreement to mediate the various positions
    • Outline of communication methods, techniques and tools
    • The communication network in the company
    • Management of business meetings and periodic meetings
    • Closing the meeting and planning activities
    • Post-meeting activities
    • Individual perception of risks

    Trade union aspects
    • Negotiation and management of trade union relations (art. 9 of law 300/1970) relationship between safety management and trade union aspects
    • Critical issues and strengths

    Form C4

    Organizational well-being including ergonomic and work-related stress factors Safety culture:
    • analysis of the company climate
    • fundamental elements for understanding the role of needs in the development of people’s motivation
    Organizational well-being:
    • Motivation, collaboration, correct circulation of information, analysis of relationships, conflict management
    • Ergonomic factors and work-related stress
    Team Building:
    • methodological aspects for managing team building aimed at organizational well-being

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

    Recipients: workers, freelancers, consultants

    Duration: 24 hours

    Type of training: classroom course

    Locations: at our headquarters in Lecce or at home

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

    Requirements: understanding of the Italian language

    Material released: training handout

    Update: not required, continuing education credit