Italy - Campaign closing event highlighting good practices to effectively manage dangerous substances
This campaign closing event discusses the initiatives organised in Italy in the framework of the Healthy Workplaces Manage Dangerous Substances campaign over the last two years.
The event kicks-off by highlighting the 25-year anniversary of the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work, marking an important milestone of working together for safe and healthy working conditions throughout Europe.
Speakers, including EU-OSHA’s head of communication and promotion Andrew Smith, then present the highlights of the two-year campaign at national level and share good practices from public and private organisations that establish effective ways of managing hazardous substances in the workplace. They showcase a wide range of good practices, including practices related to training and communication measures, ways to substitute dangerous chemicals, and structured risk assessment methodologies. Speakers also highlight good practices relating to the implementation of technological safety systems to monitor industrial activities.
The event concludes with the Healthy Workplaces Good Practice Awards ceremony that acknowledges the successful measures that organisations have implemented to reduce risks related to dangerous substances and establish a culture of risk prevention in Italy and beyond.
- Andrew Smith, Head Communication and Promotion, European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA)
- Antonio Cammarota, Principal Administrator European Commission DG EMPL/B3, ACSH Secretariat and International relations
- Carmen Angiolillo, Regional Director Inail Basilicata
- Cinzia Frascheri, Representative of trade union organisations
- Fabiola Leuzzi, Representative of employers’ organisations
- Fabrizio Monaco, Representative of employers’ organisations
- Ester Rotoli, Inail Prevention Central Director
- Maria Alessandrelli, National Institute of Health
- Maria Giovannone, Labor Lawyer, ANMIL
- Maria Giuseppina Lecce, Ministry of Health
- Susanna Costa, Representative of trade union organisations
- Romolo de Camillis, Director of the General Directorate of Labor Relations and
- industrial relations of the Ministry of Labor and Social Policies