General information

Checklist and recommendations for safety at work

Kind of tool:
Target group:
Management, business owners, external consultants specialised in health and safety at work, HR. 
Duration in minutes:
Description of the tool:
In the following tables, readers will able the opportunity to familiarise with a very comprehensive sample of risks related to safety at work developed by the CIIP (Italian inter-association consultation for prevention). The tool is formally divided into 5 conceptual areas: 1. Prevention and work labour 2. Prevention and work environment 3. Prevention and organisational aspects 4. Prevention and workability 5. Mental health Each area is declined in further focus dimensions so as to be as inclusive as possible of the many different variables and dynamics that intervene for each focus areas. The tool is formally conceived to sustain management and/or owners in identifying the key areas of intervention to guarantee for their workers and employees a safe environment. As such it is to be intended as a referent and supporting tool.  
Benefit of the tool:
This list of recommendations composing the hereby described tool can be applied to any organisational/geographical context and regardless of the industry, sector and dimension of the firm. The list of guidelines and their arrangement per category is very clear and user-friendly and it can be of great relevance for all the many different targets potentially invested in Quality Assurance processes 
How to use the tool:
Viewers are recommended to take vision of the tool for its revision starting from the first focus area and moving on with the followings, so as to avoid further layers of unnecessary complexity. Based on their own self-evaluation and estimates, management and owners (i.e., whoever is involved in the cross-checking process) can get a better sense on the most critical areas of intervention, where they feel that urgent actions are needed.  
Floor and Area:
SensibilizationAnalyzingRealization tools
Work organization
Values and settings
Qualification and competence
Health and performance