OHSAS 18001 Certification
Occupational health and safety issues are the most widespread, as they are an integral part of any company and are regulated by an extensive set of rules that are common to all production sectors. Among these, the most commonly-known is Legislative Decree n. 81, dated April 9, 2008 (Consolidated Safety Code), which assesses the risks faced by workers and determines their size (critical index) and, on the basis of this, assesses whether any action must be taken to reduce the risks and, if so, defines a direct or indirect, coordinated and feasible methodology for the action to be taken.
In order to make health and safety related activities efficient, the airport has set up a system for managing occupational health and safety, which aims to achieve OHSAS 18001 (Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series) Certification, which defines the requirements as required by current law and based on the potential hazards and risks in the workplace.
As protecting health and safety is an important priority for us all, to ensure that everyone is involved in working towards this goal, we would like to underline the importance of reporting, which is essential for a detailed and timely analysis in order to achieve constant improvement and minimize the health and safety risks for those working at the airport.
In addition to events that actually led to accidents/injuries or environmental damage, reports can also include those events that could potentially have caused them (near misses or minor incidents, non-compliance with health and safety regulations such as smoke-free zones, speeding, etc.)