Operational health and safety

Fulfilling the roles under current regulations

SiQ supports companies in complying with safety regulations, assuming the roles and fulfilling the obligations under the Consolidated Occupational Health and Safety Act (Legislative Decree 81/08). Companies are also supported through ongoing service contracts that include periodic inspections by trained technicians, timely updates, and telephone support.

  • Appointing the Prevention and Protection Service Manager (RSPP)
  • Appointing the Prevention and Protection Service Officer (ASPP)
  • Delegation of the Employer’s responsibilities as Manager of the company.
  • Assistance and advice to the Prevention and Protection Service and the Employer
  • Check-up and assessment of compliance, reporting non-compliance present and actions that need to be taken for them to be eliminated and resolved (Check-Up)
  • Preparation of the general risk assessment document (DVR) with job description, organization chart, floor plans and company photo report
  • Assessment of specific risks (Vibration, Noise, Electromagnetic fields, Artificial optical radiation, Ionizing radiation, Confined spaces, Work-related stress, Microclimate, Radon, Electrical, Lightning, Chemical, Biological, Asbestos, Ergonomics, Manual handling of loads, Repetitive movements, Fire, ATEX, Seismic risk, Machinery risk analysis, Mechanical risks, etc.).
  • Health surveillance assistance
  • Appointing the Competent physician
  • Appointing the Coordinating physician (for complex organizations)
  • Certified expertise specific to ISI-INAIL Appeals.
  • Privacy Management
  • Emergency and Evacuation Plans (EEPs) with elaboration of “You Are Here” floor plans.
  • Fire projects, assistance in obtaining the Fire Prevention Certificate (CPI)
  • Assisting the Employer in the development of Safety Plans (SOPs and PiMUS)
  • Assistance to the Employer in control activities – Inspections at Workplaces (SLL)
  • Assistance to firms in the preparation of the Unified Risk Assessment Documents (DUVRI) and the fulfillment of cooperation and coordination obligations in the management of contract services
  • Reports and coordination reports to manage external procurement at the contracting firm
  • Event management (pre-event, set-up, event, dismantling), including organization of the team in charge of fire and first aid emergency management