Health and Safety at Work
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Health and Safety in the Workplace
Accident event analysis
Physical agents
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Construction sites
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How to create a safe organization



mtm consulting s.r.l. guarantees the full range of services and advice useful to businesses and for compliance with legal obligations and for their economic development.

 

mtm consulting s.r.l. assists its client companies in all issues related to safety at work by the Risk Assessment to Organisational choices both in Italy and abroad

 

As part of the Health and Safety in the Workplace mtm consulting s.r.l. is able to offer the following services:

  • preparation of the Risk Assessment Document meets the requirements of Legislative Decree no. 81/2008;
  • implementation of a Safety Management System certifiable (art. 30 of Legislative Decree no. 81/2008);
  • update and support over time in the management of all aspects of security in the company;
  • courses of information and training;
  • relatively audit of the fulfillment of the mandatory diligence / due diligence;
  • evaluation audit of the conformity of machinery and equipment (including documentation) during the purchase or periodic audits to assess the maintenance over time of the safety standards;
  • outsourcing management of all aspects of the Safety Management in the Company;
  • coaching staff that has to Managing Security in the company for the transfer of know-how necessary to acquire autonomy.

 

mtm consulting s.r.l. is able to follow its clients also in more specific areas such as:

 

  • Risk Assessment of Physical, Chemical and Biological Agents;
  • Manual Handling of Loads Risk Assessment: NIOSH, snook and Ciriello, EPM, OCRA;
  • Documentation for WCM implementation;
  • FMEA, FMECA and HAZOP analysis.

 




Health and Safety at Work
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HEALTH AND SAFETY IN THE WORKPLACE

The Legislative Decree 9 April 2008, n. 81 and subsequent amendments and additions concerning the improvement of the safety and health of workers at work and substituted the previous Legislative Decree 626/94 along with many other decrees (547/55, 303/56, ...)


mtm consulting s.r.l. has developed specific expertise in the field of security, especially in the conduct and management of the risk assessment in respect of which has designed its own specific evaluation model, publishes articles in specialized magazines and implements Systems Management for Security in accordance with the requirements of OHSAS 18001.


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SERVICES

As part of the Health and Safety in the Workplace mtm consulting s.r.l. is able to offer the following services:

  • preparation of the Risk Assessment Document meets the requirements of Legislative Decree no. 81/2008;
  • implementation of a Safety Management System certifiable (art. 30 of Legislative Decree no. 81/2008);
  • update and support over time in the management of all aspects of security in the company;
  • courses of information and training;
  • relatively audit of the fulfillment of the mandatory diligence / due diligence;
  • evaluation audit of the conformity of machinery and equipment (including documentation) during the purchase or periodic audits to assess the maintenance over time of the safety standards;
  • outsourcing management of all aspects of the Safety Management in the Company;
  • coaching staff that has to Managing Security in the company for the transfer of know-how necessary to acquire autonomy.

 

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INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE

Since mtm consulting s.r.l. can boast experience of international scope is able to provide advice in the field of Safety in the Workplace at companies that have subsidiaries or branches in Italy or abroad.


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SOME ACTIVITIES WHERE WE CAN SUPPORT YOUR COMPANY

As part of the Risk Assessment mtm consulting s.r.l. is also able to perform the following assessments:

  • Noise risk assessment;
  • assessment of risks from vibration (whole body and hand-arm);
  • risk assessment by electromagnetic fields;
  • quality assessment of the workplace;
  • chemical risk assessment;
  • assessment of the risk of formation of potentially explosive atmospheres (ATEX);
  • fire risk assessment;
  • risk assessment of cumulative trauma disorders (OCRA analysis);
  • risk assessment of manual handling of loads (NIOSH analysis);
  • evaluation of push-pull activities (SNOOK and CIRIELLO);
  • evaluation of work-related stress risk;
  • Radon risk assessment;
  • assessment of the asbestos risk;
  • preparation of operating and emergency procedures;
  • realization of reliefs and lay-out;
  • practical tests organization for emergency management;
  • management practices with the competent authorities (yards Directive, CPI, ...);
  • regulatory updates.

 

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OBLIGATIONS AND SANCTIONS

Article. 17 of Legislative Decree no. 81/2008 defines what are the obligations can not be delegated by the Employer:

  • evaluation of all the risks resulting in the production of the document processing art. 28;
  • the designation of the head of the prevention and risk protection service.


Penalties for the Employer
Art. 17, co. 1, lett. a):

 

  • fine from 2,000 to 4,000 Euros if it adopts the document referred to in Article 17, paragraph 1, letter a), in the absence of the elements referred to in Article 28, paragraph 2, letter b), c) or d), or without arrangements in Article 29, paragraphs 2 and 3 [Art. 55, co. 3]
  • fine of 1,000 to 2,000 Euros if it adopts the document referred to in Article 17, paragraph 1, letter a), in the absence of the elements referred to in Article 28, paragraph 2, letter a) of the first period, and f) [Art . 55, co. 4]


Art. 17, para. 1, letter. b): imprisonment from three to six months or fine from € 2,500 to € 6,400 [Art. 55, co. 1 letter. b)]


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TO KNOW MORE

More information will not cost anything: it is enough that you contact us or to request specific information about our services or to request a free meeting where we would have the opportunity to describe in more detail our activities.

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ACCIDENT EVENT ANALYSIS

As everyone knows, do security means PREVENT. Sometimes, however, the prevention is not enough, and accidents occur: in this case you must be able and know how to defend in a correct and effective as possible.


WHAT HAPPENS IN THE EVENT OF SERIOUS INJURY

Upon the occurrence of an injury of some significance, at an early stage everything happens very quickly: there's the Police, the 118, the Local Police and often technical ASL. Usually, in the immediacy of the fact it collects the testimonies of the witnesses, provides the first requirements of securing and, sometimes, the plant / machine or places are subject to criminal seizure, or prohibition of use. The company is then required a long series of documents.

All these "investigative activities of the Judicial Police" are aimed at drafting, by technicians ASL, a technical report to be sent to the Prosecutor's Office at the Court. In this technical report, it will be rebuilt so-called "dynamic of occurrence of the accident" will be identified, and any laws and violated related to the accident, namely the "objective causation." Such violations of the law, called "offenses", will then be charged to the "Warranty figures" held liable. It then starts a criminal case in all respects.



HOW CAN BE DONE PROPERLY

mtm consulting s.r.l. is able to intervene with the companies in the days after a significant injury, in order to prepare a defense memorandum to be sent to ASL technicians who are doing the investigation, so that it can take into account in the drafting of their relationship and the definition of offenses. The goal, of course, will be to avoid the employer penal charges for the accident.

For granted as this service mtm consulting s.r.l. with the collaboration of a former coach of preventing a PSAL Service of Lombardy.



ASSIGNMENT AS PARTY-APPOINTED EXPERT "CTP"

mtm consulting s.r.l. is also able to serve its customers throughout the process of the case assuming the post of Party-Appointed Expert "CTP".

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PHYSICAL AGENTS

The risk assessment and prevention in relation to the Physical Agents are discussed in Title VIII of Legislative Decree no. 81/2008, in particular with regard to:

  • General provisions (Chapter I);
  • protection of workers against noise exposure rschi at work (Chapter II);
  • protection of workers against risks of exposure to vibration (Chapter III);
  • protection of workers from risks of exposure to electromagnetic fields (Chapter IV);
  • protection of workers from risks of exposure to artificial optical radiation (Chapter V);
  • Penalties (Chapter VI).


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Risk Asswssmwnt and schedue (Chapter I)

The first chapter defines the obligations of carrying out Risk Assessment and its periodicity, and in particular defines that:

  • as part of the assessment referred to in Article 28, the employer shall assess the risks arising from exposure to physical agents in order to identify and take appropriate preventive and protective measures with particular reference to the Code of Practice and to good practice;
  • the assessment of risks from exposure to physical agents was planned and carried out, at least every four;
  • the risk assessment is updated whenever changes occur that might make it obsolete, or, when the results of health surveillance show its revision to be necessary. The data obtained from the assessment, measurement and calculation of the levels of exposure are an integral part of the risk assessment document;
  • the employer in assessing the precise risks such preventive and protective measures must be adopted;
  • taking account of technical progress and the availability of measures to control the risk at source, the risks arising from exposure to physical agents shall be eliminated or reduced to a minimum;
  • in any event, workers must be exposed above the exposure limit values;
  • when, despite the measures taken by the employer with the exposure limit values ​​are exceeded, the employer shall take immediate action to reduce exposure below the exposure limit values, identify the reasons for exceeding the exposure limit values ​​and shall amend the protection and prevention measures to prevent them being exceeded again;
  • the employer shall adapt the measures to the needs of workers belonging to particularly sensitive risk groups, including pregnant women and children.
  • as part of the obligations laid down in Articles 36 and 37, the employer shall ensure that workers exposed to risks arising from physical agents in the workplace and their representatives are informed and trained with regard to the outcome of the risk assessment;
  • the health surveillance of workers exposed to physical agents is carried out according to the general principles of Article 41, and is carried out by the competent doctor and when required based on the results of the risk assessment forwarded to him by the employer for through the prevention and protection service.

 

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Protection of workers against noise exposure at work (Chapter II)

Chapter II lays down minimum requirements for the protection of workers from risks to health and safety from exposure to noise at work.

 

In particular defines the exposure limit values ​​and the action values, in relation to the level of daily exposure to noise and peak sound pressure:

  1. Exposure limit values ​​LEX = 87 dB, respectively (A));
  2. values ​​greater action: LEX = 85 dB, respectively (A));
  3. lower values ​​of action: LEX = 80 dB, respectively (A)).


Exceeding the limits set forth above implies an intervention by the Employer and more particularly:

  1. if the noise exposure exceeds the lower action values, the employer makes available to workers individual hearing protectors;
  2. in the case where the exposure to noise is equal to or above the higher values ​​of action it requires that workers use the individual hearing protection devices;
  3. choose individual hearing protection devices that eliminate the risk to hearing or to reduce it to a minimum, after consulting the workers or their representatives;
  4. verify the effectiveness of the individual hearing protectors;
  5. undergoes health surveillance workers whose noise exposure exceeds the upper action values;
  6. It ensures that workers exposed to values ​​equal to or lower than the values ​​of action are informed and
  7. sizes in relation to the risks from exposure to noise.

 

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Protection of workers against the risk of exposure to vibrations (Chapter III)

Chapter III prescribes measures for protecting the health and safety of workers who are exposed or may be exposed to risks from mechanical vibration. It also provides the definition of the concept of vibration transmitted image to the hand-arm and whole-body:

  • vibrations transmitted to the hand-arm system: the mechanical vibration that, when transmitted to the human hand-arm system, entails risks to the health and safety of workers, in particular vascular, bone or joint, neurological or muscular disorders;
  • vibrations transmitted to the whole body: the mechanical vibration that, when transmitted to the whole body, entails risks to the health and safety of workers, in particular lower-back morbidity and trauma of the spine.


The exposure limit values ​​and the action values ​​are different for hand-arm and whole body.

Hand-arm system

  • the daily exposure limit value standardized to a reference period of eight hours, shall be 5 m / s2; while over short periods it is 20 m / s2;
  • the daily exposure action value standardized to a reference period of 8 hours, which triggers the action, shall be 2,5 m / s2.


Whole body

  • the daily exposure limit value standardized to a reference period of eight hours, shall be set at 1.0 m / s2; while over short periods is 1.5 m / s2;
  • the daily exposure action value standardized to a reference period of eight hours, shall be 0,5 m / s2.

 

The daily action value is the value of exposure from which need to be implemented specific measures of protection for exposed individuals; such measures include the implementation of interventions aimed at eliminating or reducing risk, training and information for workers on the specific risk, periodic medical surveillance of exposed workers.

The daily exposure limit value represents the level of exposure the passing of which is prohibited and must be prevented, because it involves an unacceptable risk to a subject that will be exposed in the absence of protective devices.

In particular, then the Decree no. 81/2008 states that "the employer shall assess and, if necessary, measure the levels of mechanical vibration to which workers are exposed".



Therefore, the measurements will always be necessary in all those cases where it is not possible to go back to the exact value of the vibration is reported to the machine / equipment is normally adopted to the mode of use in the company.



The employer, then, will ensure that workers exposed to risks from mechanical vibration at work receive information and appropriate training on the basis of risk evaluation with emphasis on correct and safe use of work equipment and PPE , so as to minimize their exposure to mechanical vibration.



Workers who are exposed to vibration levels higher than the action values ​​are subjected to at least an annual health surveillance.



Workers exposed to vibrations undergo health checks even when, according to the company doctor, you experience all the following conditions: the exposure of workers to vibration is such as to make possible the identification of a link between the exposure and an identifiable illness or harmful effects on health and it is probable that the illness or the effects occur in a worker's particular working conditions, and there are proven techniques that enable detection of the illness or the harmful effects on health.

 

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Protection of workerd from risk of exposure to electromagnetic fields (Chapter IV)

Chapter IV sets minimum requirements for the protection of workers from risks to health and safety arising from exposure to electromagnetic fields (0 Hz to 300 GHz).

Even in the case of electromagnetic fields are defined the exposure limit values ​​and the action values:

  • Exposure limit values ​​(ANNEX XXXVI, point A, Table 1): limits on exposure to electromagnetic fields which are based directly on established health effects and biological considerations. Compliance with these limits will ensure that workers exposed to electromagnetic fields are protected against all short-term adverse health effects known;
  • Values ​​Action (ANNEX XXXVI, paragraph B, Table 2): the magnitude of directly measurable parameters, provided in terms of electric field strength (E), magnetic field strength (H), magnetic flux density (B), the induced current through the limbs (IL) and (S) power density, which determines the obligation to adopt one or more of the measures specified in this Chapter. Compliance with these values ​​will ensure compliance with the relevant exposure limit values.

 

As part of the risk assessment, the employer shall assess and, if necessary, measure or calculate the levels of electromagnetic fields to which workers are exposed. The assessment, measurement and calculation must be made in accordance with the European standards from the European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (CENELEC). Until those rules have not provided all the relevant circumstances with regard to the assessment, measurement and calculation of workers to electromagnetic fields, the employer shall adopt the good practices identified or specifications issued by the Standing Advisory Committee for the Prevention of Accidents and occupational hygiene, or, alternatively, those of the Italian Electrotechnical Committee (IEC), taking into account, if necessary, of the emission levels provided by the manufacturers of the equipment.

 

Following the assessment of the levels of electromagnetic fields, where it appears that the action values ​​are exceeded, the employer shall assess and, if necessary, calculate whether the exposure limit values ​​are exceeded.

 

Following the risk assessment, if it appears that the action values ​​are exceeded, the employer, unless the assessment carried out demonstrates that the exposure limit values ​​are not exceeded and that can be excluded safety risks, processes and applies an action plan comprising technical and organizational measures to prevent exposure exceeding the exposure limit values.

 

Workplaces where workers may be exposed to electromagnetic fields exceeding the action values ​​shall be indicated by appropriate signs.

 

In any event, workers must be exposed above the exposure limit values. If, despite the measures taken by the employer, the exposure limit values ​​are exceeded, the employer shall take immediate action to reduce exposure below the exposure limit values, identify the reasons why the exposure limit values ​​are exceeded and shall amend the protection and prevention measures to prevent them being exceeded again.

 

Health monitoring is performed periodically, usually once a year or less periods selected by the competent doctor with particular regard to workers at particular risk, taking into account the results of the risk assessment results transmitted by the employer.

 

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Protection of workers from risk of exposure to artificial optica radiation (Chapter V)

Chapter V lays down minimum requirements for the protection of workers from risks to health and safety that may arise from exposure to artificial optical radiation during their work with particular regard to the risks due to adverse effects on the eyes and skin.

 

Radiation referenced Chapter V are as follows:

  • ultraviolet radiation: optical radiation of wavelength between 100 and 400 nm. The band of ultraviolet is divided into UVA (315-400 nm), UVB (280-315 nm) and UVC (100-280 nm);
  • visible radiation: optical radiation of wavelength range between 380 and 780 nm;
  • infrared radiation: optical radiation of wavelength range between 780 nm and 1 mm. The infrared region is divided into IRA (780-1400 nm), IRB (1400-3000 nm) and IRC (3000 nm-1 mm);
  • Laser (amplification of light by stimulated emission of radiation): any device which can be made to produce or amplify electromagnetic radiation in the range of wavelengths of the optical radiation, in particular through a process of controlled stimulated emission;
  • laser radiation: optical radiation from a laser;
  • non-coherent radiation: any optical radiation other than laser radiation.

 

The exposure limit values ​​for non-coherent radiation are given in ANNEX XXXVII, Part I.

The exposure limit values ​​for laser radiation are given in ANNEX XXXVII, Part II.



As part of the risk assessment, the employer shall assess and, if necessary, measure and / or calculate the levels of optical radiation to which workers may be exposed. The methodology applied in assessment, measurement and / or calculations shall follow the standards of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) in respect of laser radiation and the recommendations of the International Commission on Illumination (CIE) and the European Committee for Standardisation (CEN) with regard to coherent radiation.

 

If the risk assessment shows that the exposure limit values ​​may be exceeded, the employer shall devise and implement an action plan comprising technical and / or organizational measures designed to prevent the exposure exceeding the values limit.

 

Based on the assessment of risks, workplaces where workers could be exposed to levels of optical radiation in excess of the exposure limit values ​​shall be indicated by appropriate signs. The areas in question shall be identified and access to them limited where this is technically possible.

 

The employer shall adapt the measures referred to in this Article to the requirements of workers belonging to particularly sensitive risk groups.

 

Health monitoring is performed periodically, usually once a year or less periods selected by the competent doctor with particular regard to workers at particular risk, taking into account the results of the risk assessment results transmitted by the employer.

 

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Sanctions (Chapter VI)

The Cape We define sanctions is the responsibility of the employer and the manager is paid by the competent doctor.

Employer

  • by imprisonment from three to six months or a fine of between 2,500 to 6,400 Euros for the violation of Articles 181, paragraph 2, 190, paragraphs 1 and 5, 202, paragraphs 1 and 5, 209, paragraphs 1 and 5, 216;
  • by imprisonment from three to six months or a fine of between 2,000 to 4,000 Euros for the violation of Articles 190, paragraphs 2 and 3, 202, paragraphs 3 and 4, and 209, paragraphs 2 and 4.


Employer and Manager

  • with imprisonment from three to six months or a fine of between 2,000 to 4,000 Euros for the violation of Articles 182, paragraph 2, 185, 192, paragraph 2, 193, paragraph 1, 195, 196, 197, paragraph 3, second sentence , 203, 205, paragraph 4, second sentence, 210, paragraph 1, and 217, paragraph 1;
  • by imprisonment for two to four months or a fine of between € 750 to € 4,000 for the violation of Articles 184, 192, paragraph 3, first sentence, 210, paragraphs 2 and 3, and 217, paragraphs 2 and 3.


Company doctor

The competent doctor shall be punished by imprisonment of up to three months or a fine of between € 400 to € 1,600 for the violation of Articles 185 and 186.

 

 

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FIRE PREVENTION

Regarding the fire mtm consulting s.r.l. offers the following services:

  • fire risk assessment according to DM 10 March 1998;
  • drawing up contingency plans, evacuation and first aid;
  • conducting practices for obtaining the CPI (Fire Prevention Certificate) from the drafting of the project to the site inspection request including support to the Provincial Command of the Fire Brigade;
  • preparation of plans and surveys;
  • courses of information and training;
  • regulatory updates;


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OBLIGATIONS AND SANCTIONS

Article. 46 of Legislative Decree no. 81/2008 (which recalls the applicability of the DM 10.03.1998 until the adoption of specific decrees) define the appropriate measures to take to prevent fires and to protect the safety of workers.

The risk of fire is certainly one of the greatest risks for any workplace, and a proper information and training of workers is certainly the best prerequisite for an effective "security management" in a business setting.

It is in fact established that at least 50% of the fires can be attributed in some way, directly or indirectly, to the so-called "human factor", ie the fact that often people make wrong actions that they should not perform if advised, or even sometimes They do not perform the correct actions that could avoid or minimize foreseeable risk situations.

To achieve these "correct" behavior is, however, necessary to sensitize all employees on safety issues, and it is also necessary formarne in more depth some, which can then be delegated tasks "implementation of fire prevention and fire fighting, evacuation of workers in case of serious and immediate danger, rescue and first aid, however, emergency management (D.Lgs.81 / 2008 - Articles. 36, 37, 43) ".

For the reasons described above, the Legislative Decree no. 81/2008 and the DM 10.03.1998 devote considerable attention to the activity of information and training of workers.

The Legislative Decree no. 81/2008, art. 18 entitled "Obligations of the employer and the manager" provides that "... the employer previously designating the workers responsible for implementing fire prevention and fire-fighting, evacuation of workers in case of serious and immediate danger, rescue and first aid, however, the emergency management".

Therefore it falls between the obligations of the employer, who is responsible for the organization and the security of their company management, to identify how many and which instruct workers to implement fire prevention, fire fighting and evacuation of workers in case of danger and immediate and emergency management.

However, it is important to highlight that all the workers responsible must nevertheless be able to demonstrate that they have attended a training course, appropriate to the risk level of your company, and in this regard there are no exemptions.

SANCTIONS (art. 46, co. 2)
For the Employer and the Manager: arrest of two to four months or a fine from 1,200 to 5,200 EUR

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CONSTRUCTION SITES

As it regards the management of the construction sites mtm consulting s.r.l. offers the following services:

  • coordinator for the design;
  • coordinator for the execution;
  • drawing up a safety and coordination plan;
  • drawing up the operational safety plans;
  • drawing up contingency plans, evacuation and first aid;
  • evaluation of the costs;
  • preparation of plans and surveys;
  • courses of information and training;
  • regulatory updates;


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SCOPE AND DEFINITION OF CONSTRUCTION SITE

The scope is defined in Title IV of the Legislative Decree no. 81/2008 art. 88: "This Chapter contains specific provisions relating to measures for the protection of the health and safety of workers at temporary or mobile construction sites, as defined in Article 89, paragraph 1, letter a)."

Is defined temporary or mobile construction site means any place in which building or civil engineering works, whose list is given in ANNEX X to Legislative Decree no. 81/2008:

  1. The construction, maintenance, repair, demolition, conservation, restoration, renovation or equipment, conversion, renovation or dismantling of fixed structures, permanent or temporary, masonry, concrete, metal, wood or other materials, including structural parts of the electrical lines and the structural parts of the electrical systems, road works, railway, hydraulic, maritime, hydroelectric and, only for the part that involves construction or civil engineering, land reclamation, accommodation forestry and excavation.
  2. They are, also, of building construction or civil engineering excavations, and the assembly and disassembly of prefabricated elements used for the realization of construction works or civil engineering.


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OBLIGATIONS AND SANCTIONS

Temporary or mobile construction sites are covered by Title IV of the Legislative Decree no. 81/2008, which defines a number of obligations and responsibilities for:

  • the Principal or Head of the Works;
  • the Coordinator of Planning;
  • the Coordinator for the Execution of the Works;
  • Workers Autonomous;
  • the Employers, Managers and the Managers;
  • the Employer Labor foster enterprise.


SNCTIONS
The penalties are always defined within the same Title IV of Legislative Decree no. 81/2008 to Chapter III and related to:

  • The Building owners and those responsible for the work;
  • Coordinators;
  • the Employers and Managers;
  • the Autonomous Workers.
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KNOW-HOW TRANSFER

mtm consulting s.r.l. is operating for more than ten years in the areas of its product lines and has developed specific methodologies and a high know-how.

 

Through the design and the study of a specific location (calibrated on your needs), and following a coaching and testing of the necessary technical mtm consulting s.r.l. is able to provide its customers, thanks to the experience gained in this context, the acquisition of the know-how to be able to continue their activities in full autonomy by reducing to zero the need for external intervention.

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OUTSOURCING

More often than not the problem of the companies is not the lack of know-how, but the availability of time to complete all operations on schedule.

 

mtm consulting s.r.l. thanks to its experience, its know-how and devoting highly qualified staff is able to support its customers by acting the same way as employees and it perfectly complements the business structure to meet the various needs consistent with their areas of expertise and providing a high value-added service. Thanks to the intervention of mtm consulting s.r.l. the client company can forget about all sorts of issues that previously seemed insurmountable and enjoy the flexibility inherent in an outsourced service.

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REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS

Health and Safety at Work

  • Decree of the President of the Republic n. 547 of 27/04/1955 Regulations for the prevention of accidents at work
  • Presidential Decree n. 303 of March 19, 1956 General rules for occupational hygiene
  • Legislative Decree of 19 September 1994, n. 626 - Implementation of Directives 89/391 / EEC, 89/654 / EEC, 89/655 / EEC, 89/656 / EEC, 90/269 / EEC, 90/270 / EEC, 90/394 / EEC and 90/679 / EEC concerning the improvement of workers' safety and health at the workplace and subsequent amendments and additions
  • Decree of 10 March 1998 - General criteria for fire safety and emergency management in the workplace
  • Legislative Decree of 25 November 1996 n. 645 - Implementation of Directive 92/85 / EEC on improvements in the safety and health at work of pregnant workers and workers who are breastfeeding
  • MINISTRY OF THE INTERIOR Circular March 1, 2002, n. 4 - Guidelines for the evaluation of fire safety in the workplace if they are disabled persons
  • MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT Decree 9 August 2000 Guidelines for the implementation of a safety management system
  • Legislative Decree of 26 November 1999, n. 532 - provisions on night work, in accordance with Article 17, paragraph 2, of the law 5 February 1999, n. 25
  • Legislative Decree 9 April 2008, n. 81 - Implementation of Article 1della law 3 August 2007, n. 123, concerning the protection of health and safety in the workplace
  • Legislative Decree of August 3, 2009, n. 106 - integrative and to Legislative Decree 9 April 2008, n. 81, concerning the protection of health and safety in the workplace

 

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Fire prevention

 

  • Legislative Decree 9 April 2008, n. 81 - Implementation of Article 1della law 3 August 2007, n. 123, concerning the protection of health and safety in the workplace
  • Legislative Decree of August 3, 2009, n. 106 - integrative and to Legislative Decree 9 April 2008, n. 81, concerning the protection of health and safety in the workplace
  • Legislative Decree of 19 September 1994, n. 626 - Implementation of Directives 89/391 / EEC, 89/654 / EEC, 89/655 / EEC, 89/656 / EEC, 90/269 / EEC, 90/270 / EEC, 90/394 / EEC and 90/679 / EEC concerning the improvement of workers' safety and health at the workplace and subsequent amendments and additions
  • Decree of 10 March 1998 - General criteria for fire safety and emergency management in the workplace
  • Ministerial Decree 16/02/1982 - Modifications of the Ministerial Decree of 27 September 1965 concerning the determination of activities subject to fire prevention visits
  • 29/12/2005 Decree of the Ministry of Interior - Guidelines for overcoming the system of provisional clearance, pursuant to Article 7 of the Decree of the President of the Republic January 12, 1998, n. 37

 

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Construction Sites

  • Legislative Decree of 19 November 1999 n. 528 - Changes and additions to the legislative decree 14 August 1996 n. 494, implementing Directive 92/57 / EEC on the minimum safety and health requirements to be observed at temporary or mobile construction sites
  • Legislative Decree of 14 August 1996 n. 494 - Implementation of Directive 92/57 / EEC concerning the minimum safety and health requirements to be adopted at temporary or mobile construction sites
  • Legislative Decree 9 April 2008, n. 81 - Implementation of Article 1della law 3 August 2007, n. 123, concerning the protection of health and safety in the workplace
  • Legislative Decree of August 3, 2009, n. 106 - integrative and to Legislative Decree 9 April 2008, n. 81, concerning the protection of health and safety in the workplace

 

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Noise

  • Legislative Decree 9 April 2008, n. 81 - Implementation of Article 1della law 3 August 2007, n. 123, concerning the protection of health and safety in the workplace
  • Legislative Decree of August 3, 2009, n. 106 - integrative and to Legislative Decree 9 April 2008, n. 81, concerning the protection of health and safety in the workplace
  • Legislative Decree of 19 September 1994, n. 626 - Implementation of Directives 89/391 / EEC, 89/654 / EEC, 89/655 / EEC, 89/656 / EEC, 90/269 / EEC, 90/270 / EEC, 90/394 / EEC and 90/679 / EEC concerning the improvement of workers' safety and health at the workplace and subsequent amendments and additions
  • Legislative Decree of 10 April 2006, n. 195 - Implementation of Directive 2003/10 / EC on the exposure of workers to the risks arising from physical agents (noise)
  • UNI 9432: 2002 - Acoustics - Determination of the level of personal exposure to noise in the workplace
  • ISO 1999: 1990 - Acoustics - Determination of occupational noise exposure and estimation of noise induced hearing impairment
  • ISO 9612: 1997 - Acoustics - Guidelines for the measurment and assessment of exposure to noise in a working environment

 

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Vibrations

  • Legislative Decree 9 April 2008, n. 81 - Implementation of Article 1della law 3 August 2007, n. 123, concerning the protection of health and safety in the workplace
  • Legislative Decree of August 3, 2009, n. 106 - integrative and to Legislative Decree 9 April 2008, n. 81, concerning the protection of health and safety in the workplace
  • Legislative Decree of 19 September 1994, n. 626 - Implementation of Directives 89/391 / EEC, 89/654 / EEC, 89/655 / EEC, 89/656 / EEC, 90/269 / EEC, 90/270 / EEC, 90/394 / EEC and 90/679 / EEC concerning the improvement of workers' safety and health at the workplace and subsequent amendments and additions
  • Legislative Decree of 19 August 2005, n. 187 - Implementation of Directive 2002/44 / EC on the minimum safety and health requirements regarding the exposure of workers to the risks arising from mechanical vibration
  • UNI EN ISO 5349-1: 2004 - Mechanical vibration - Measurement and evaluation of human exposure to hand- transmitted vibration - Part 1: General requirements
  • UNI EN ISO 5349-2: 2004 - Mechanical vibration - Measurement and evaluation of human exposure to hand- transmitted vibration - Part 2: Practical guidance for measurement at the workplace
  • ISO 2631-1: 1997 - Mechanical vibration and shock - Evaluation of human exposure to whole-body vibration - Part 1: General requirements
  • ISO 2631-2: 2003 - Mechanical vibration and shock - Evaluation of human exposure to whole-body vibration - Part 2: Vibration in buildings (1 Hz to 80 Hz)
  • ISO 2631-4: 2001 - Mechanical vibration and shock - Evaluation of human exposure to whole-body vibration - Part 4: Guidelines for the evaluation of the effects of vibration and rotational motion on passenger and crew comfort in fixed-guideway transport systems
  • ISO 2631-5: 2004 - Mechanical vibration and shock - Evaluation of human exposure to whole-body vibration - Part 5: Method for evaluation of vibration containing multiple shocks
  • UNI EN ISO 8041: 2005 - Human response to vibration - Measuring Tools
  • UNI 10786 - Mechanical vibration tests on stationary machines to determine the emissions of the vibrations transmitted to the whole body
  • UNI EN 1032 - Mechanical vibration - Testing of mobile machinery in order to determine the extent of the vibrations transmitted to the whole body
  • UNI EN 1033 - Hand-arm vibration - Measurement in laboatorio of the handle vibration of hand-guided machinery - General
  • UNI EN 30326-1 - Mechanical vibration - Laboratory method for evaluating vehicle seat vibration - Basic requirements
  • UNI EN ISO 13090-1 - Mechanical vibration and shock - Guidance on safety aspects of tests and experiments with people - Exposure to whole-body mechanical vibration and repeated shock
  • UNI EN ISO 13753 - Mechanical vibration and shock - Hand-arm vibration system - Method for measuring the vibration transmissibility of resilient materials when loaded by the hand-arm system
  • ENV 25349 - Guidelines for the measurement and assessment of exposure to vibration transmitted to the hand-arm system
  • UNI ISO 5348 - Mechanical vibration and shock - Mechanical mounting of accelerometers
 
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Environment
 
  • Presidential Decree 24/05/1988, n. 216: Implementation of EEC Directive n. 85/467 amending for the sixth (of the EEC Directive PCB / PCT) n. 76/769 on the approximation of laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States relating to restrictions on the marketing and use of certain dangerous substances and preparations, in accordance with art. 15 of the law 16 April 1987 n. 183
  • Law 01.09.1991, n. 10: Rules for the Implementation of the National Energy Plan on the rational use of energy saving and development of renewable sources of energy
  • Law 03.27.1992, n. 257: Rules for the cessation of 'use of asbestos
  • Presidential Decree 26.8.1993, n. 412: Regulations for the design, installation, operation and maintenance of heating systems in buildings in order to limit energy consumption, implementing art. 4, paragraph 4, of Law 9 January 1991, n. 10
  • Presidential Decree 21.12.1999, n. 551: Rules amending the Decree of the President of 26 August 1993, n. 412, relating to the design, installation, operation and maintenance of heating systems in buildings, in order to control energy consumption
  • Law 28.12.1993, n. 549: Measures to protect stratospheric ozone and the environment
  • Law 179/97: Amendments to the Law of 28 December 1993, n. 549 on measures to protect stratospheric ozone
  • Law 25.01.1994, n. 70: Rules for the simplification of the formalities relating to the environment, health and public safety, as well as for the implementation of eco-management and environmental audit
  • D.M. 09/05/1994: New list of unhealthy industries (art. 216 of the Health Laws T.U.)
  • D.M. 06/09/1994: Regulations and technical methodologies for the application of Law 257/92
  • Law 26.10.1995, n. 447: Law - sound pollution
  • D.M. 11.12.1996: Application of differential criteria for continuous production cycle plants
  • D.P.C.M. 14.11.1997: Setting of the limit values ​​of sound sources
  • D.Lgs. 22.5.1999, n. 209: Implementation of Directive 96/59 / EC on the disposal of polychlorinated biphenyls and polychlorinated
  • D.M. 24/05/1999, n. 246: Regulations on the technical requirements for the construction, installation and operation of underground tanks
  • EC Regulation No. 1005/2009 of 16.9.2009 on substances that deplete the ozone layer
  • Legislative Decree. 02/02/2001, n. 31: Implementation of Directive EEC n. 98/83 relating to the quality of water intended for human consumption
  • Law 22.2.2001, n. 36: STATUTORY FRAMEWORK on protection from exposure to electric, magnetic and electromagnetic
  • REGULATION (EEC) No 1836/93 of 29 June 1993 allowing voluntary participation by companies in the industrial sector in a Community eco-management and audit
  • EEC Regulation n. 761/2001 of 19.3.2001: Voluntary participation by organizations in a Community eco-management and audit scheme
  • D.M. 3.10.2001: Recovery, recycling and reclamation and distribution of halons
  • D.P.C.M. 24.12.2002: Approval of the new unique model of environmental statement for 2003
  • D.P.C.M. 24.2.2003: Corrigendum DPCM 24.12.2002, regarding the new environmental statement for the year 2003
  • Law 30.12.2004, n. 316: Conversion into law, with amendments, of Decree-Law 12 November 2004, n. 273 laying down urgent measures for the application of Directive 2003/87 / EC on the exchange of emission quotas of greenhouse gases in the European Community
  • D.Lgs. 18.2.2005, n. 59: Full implementation of Directive 96/61 / EC on the prevention and reduction of pollution
  • D.Lgs. 25.7.2005, n. 151: Implementation of Directives 2002/95 / EC, 2002/96 / EC and 2003/108 / EC, regarding the reduction of hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment as well as waste disposal
  • D.Lgs. 19.8.2005, n. 192: Energy performance of buildings. Implementing Directive 2002/91 / EC - Republication with notes
  • D.M. 23.9.2005: Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport. Publication of an Italian translation of the consolidated text of the 2005 version of the provisions of Annexes A and B to the European Agreement on the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road (ADR), of the Decree of the Minister of Infrastructure and Transport on August 2, 2005 on the transport of dangerous goods by road
  • Presidential Decree 15.2.2006, n. 147: Regulation on methods for control and recovery of leaks of substances affecting the stratospheric ozone layer from refrigeration and air-conditioning and heat pumps, referred to in Regulation (EC) No. 2037/2000
  • Legislative Decree no. 04/03/2006, n. 152: Environmental Regulations
  • Legislative Decree no. 04/04/2006, n. 216: Implementation of the 2003/87 and 2004/101 / EC concerning the exchange of gas emission allowance trading within the Community, with reference to the project mechanisms of the Kyoto Protocol
  • EC Regulation No. 842/2006 of 17.5.2006 on certain fluorinated greenhouse gases
  • EC Regulation No. 1907/2006 of 18.12.2006 concerning the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH), establishing a European Chemicals Agency, amending Directive 1999/45 / EC and repealing Regulation (EEC) No. 793/93 and Regulation (EC) No. 1488/94 and Directive 76/769 / EEC and Commission Directives 91/155 / EEC, 93/67 / EEC, 93/105 / EC and 2000/21 / EC
  • D.Lgs. 16.1.2008, n. 4: Further corrective and supplementary provisions of the legislative decree of 3 April 2006, n. 152, laying down rules on environmental matters
  • EC Regulation No. 1272/2008 of 16.12.2008 on classification, labeling and packaging of substances and mixtures, amending and repealing Directives 67/548 / EEC and 1999/45 / EC, and amending Regulation (EC) No . 1907/2006. Published in issue no. L 353 of 31 December 2008 (Official Gazette 2nd Special Series - EC n. 12 of February 12, 2009
  • EC Regulation No. 1005/2009 of 16.9.2009: Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer
  • EC Regulation No. 1221/2009 of 25.11.2009 on the voluntary participation by organizations in a Community eco-management and audit scheme (EMAS), repealing Regulation (EC) No. 761/2001 and Commission Decisions 2001/681 / EC and 2006/193 / EC
  • D.M. 17.12.2009: Establishment of the control system of traceability of waste, pursuant to Article 189 of Legislative Decree n. 152 of 2006 and Article 14-bis of Legislative Decree no. 78 of 2009, with amendments, by Law no. 102 of 2009
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mtm consulting s.r.l. s.u. (hereafter, “Controller”), with registered office based in Via L. Ariosto 10, 20900 Monza (MB), VAT Number 02994950968, Tel. (+39)0392848437, e-mail: info@emtem.com, as Controller, informs you according to the art. 13, EU Regulation n. 2016/679 (hereinafter, "GDPR") and to the art. 13, Legislative Decree n. 196/2003 (hereinafter, “Privacy Code”) that your data will be processed in the manner and for the following purposes:

1. Origin, purpose e methods of data processing.
The personal data processed are those provided by you voluntarily:
a) to subscribe to the newsletter by entering your e-mail in the appropriate form on the website,
b) to request more information by filling in the appropriate form on the website,
c) when sending the curriculum through the dedicated page on the website,
and will be processed exclusively for, respectively,
a) to send, periodically, the informative newsletter containing also informative material, also with commercial / promotional content, of the products, initiatives and events of our Company;
b) answer the question entered on the specific page of the website,
c) follow the purposes related to the evaluation and selection of candidates.

Your personal data are processed exclusively following the consent given by applying the specific check on the website in accordance with Art. 6 (1) of the GDPR.

2. Mode of data processing
The processing of your personal data will be based on principles of fairness, lawfulness and transparency, protecting your confidentiality and your rights and will take place through appropriate tools and procedures to ensure the security and confidentiality. 
The mode of data processing attributable to you will contemplate the use of manual, IT and telematic tools, with logic strictly related to the purposes indicated above.
The processing of your personal data is carried out according to the operations indicated in art. 4 point 2) of the GDPR and precisely: collection, recording, organisation, structuring, storage, adaptation, alteration, retrieval, consultation, use, erasure and destruction of data. 

3. Exclusively for what is referred to in point c) - Special categories of personal data processed 
Among the collected data may be personal data included in the special categories, as in Art. 9, (1) of the GDPR, which are personal data revealing racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade union membership as well as genetic data, data concerning health and sex life or sexual orientation of the person.

For this reason, the processing of the above special categories of personal data is carried out in accordance with the provisions of Art. 9, (2), letter a) of the GDPR that requires the explicit consent of the data subject (as indicated in point 1), to the processing of personal data indicated above for purposes related to the evaluation and selection of candidates.

4. Duration of the processing
The Controller preserves and processes personal data for the time strictly necessary to fulfil the aforementioned purposes.
Exclusively for what is referred to in point c), personal data will be stored for a period not exceeding 24 months from their receipt or from their last update.

5. Mandatory or optional nature of providing data
The provision of personal data is optional, however your refusal to provide them or to give consent to the processing will determine, only for the Controller, the impossibility to process your data and consequently, to pursue the purposes indicated in point 1.

6. Categories of subjects to whom personal data can be communicated or who can learn about them as processors
Your personal data will be processed exclusively by employees and / or collaborators of the Controller appointed as Processor or persons authorized to process, in compliance with the provisions of the GDPR, including with regard to security measures to protect and safeguard your personal data.
The Controller may communicate your personal data to those persons entitled to access it by virtue of laws, rules, regulations.
Your data will not be disseminated in any way.

7. Data transfer
The Controller does not transfer personal data to third countries or to international organizations.
However, it reserves the right to use cloud services; in which case, the service providers will be selected among those who provide adequate guarantees, as required by art. 46 of the GDPR.

8. Rights of data subject
With reference to the articles 15 (right of access), 16 (right to rectification), 17 (right to erasure), 18 (right to restriction of processing), 20 (right to data portability), 21 (right to object), 22 (right to object to automated individual decision-making) of the GDPR, and to the art. 13 of the Privacy Code, the data subject may exercise his rights by writing to the Controller at the address above, or by email, specifying the subject of his request, the right he intends to exercise and attaching a photocopy of an identity document that certifies the legitimacy of the request.
For your convenience, the contents of the Art. 15 of the GDPR is shown below.
Art. 15 Right of access by the data subject
1. The data subject shall have the right to obtain from the controller confirmation as to whether or not personal data concerning him or her are being processed, and, where that is the case, access to the personal data and the following information:
a) the purposes of the processing;
b) the categories of personal data concerned;
c) the recipients or categories of recipient to whom the personal data have been or will be disclosed, in particular recipients in third countries or international organisations;
d) where possible, the envisaged period for which the personal data will be stored, or, if not possible, the criteria used to determine that period;
e) the existence of the right to request from the controller rectification or erasure of personal data or restriction of processing of personal data concerning the data subject or to object to such processing;
f) the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority;
g) where the personal data are not collected from the data subject, any available information as to their source;
h) the existence of automated decision-making, including profiling, referred to in Article 22(1) and (4) and, at least in those cases, meaningful information about the logic involved, as well as the significance and the envisaged consequences of such processing for the data subject.
2. Where personal data are transferred to a third country or to an international organisation, the data subject shall have the right to be informed of the appropriate safeguards pursuant to Article 46 relating to the transfer.
3. The controller shall provide a copy of the personal data undergoing processing. For any further copies requested by the data subject, the controller may charge a reasonable fee based on administrative costs. Where the data subject makes the request by electronic means, and unless otherwise requested by the data subject, the information shall be provided in a commonly used electronic form.
4. The right to obtain a copy referred to in paragraph 3 shall not adversely affect the rights and freedoms of others.

9. Withdrawal of consent
With reference to article 6 of the GDPR, the data subject can withdraw at any time the consent given without prejudice to the lawfulness of the processing based on the consent given before the withdrawal.

10. Automated individual decision-making
The Controller does not make processing consisting of automated decision-making processes on the data processed.

11. Identifying details of the Controller
The Controller of the aforementioned processing is 
mtm consulting s.r.l. s.u.
Via L. Ariosto 10, 20900 Monza (MB), 
VAT Number 02994950968 
Tel. (+39)0392848437
e-mail: info@emtem.com  .

The updated list of processors and persons authorized to process data is kept at the Controller's headquarters.

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according to Art. 13 - Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (GDPR) and Art. 13 – Legislative Decree n. 196/2003

mtm consulting s.r.l. s.u. (hereafter, “Controller”), with registered office based in Via L. Ariosto 10, 20900 Monza (MB), VAT Number 02994950968, Tel. (+39)0392848437, e-mail: info@emtem.com, as Controller, informs you according to the art. 13, EU Regulation n. 2016/679 (hereinafter, "GDPR") and to the art. 13, Legislative Decree n. 196/2003 (hereinafter, “Privacy Code”) that your data will be processed in the manner and for the following purposes:

1. Origin, purpose e methods of data processing.
The personal data processed are those provided by you voluntarily:
a) to subscribe to the newsletter by entering your e-mail in the appropriate form on the website,
b) to request more information by filling in the appropriate form on the website,
c) when sending the curriculum through the dedicated page on the website,
and will be processed exclusively for, respectively,
a) to send, periodically, the informative newsletter containing also informative material, also with commercial / promotional content, of the products, initiatives and events of our Company;
b) answer the question entered on the specific page of the website,
c) follow the purposes related to the evaluation and selection of candidates.

Your personal data are processed exclusively following the consent given by applying the specific check on the website in accordance with Art. 6 (1) of the GDPR.

2. Mode of data processing
The processing of your personal data will be based on principles of fairness, lawfulness and transparency, protecting your confidentiality and your rights and will take place through appropriate tools and procedures to ensure the security and confidentiality. 
The mode of data processing attributable to you will contemplate the use of manual, IT and telematic tools, with logic strictly related to the purposes indicated above.
The processing of your personal data is carried out according to the operations indicated in art. 4 point 2) of the GDPR and precisely: collection, recording, organisation, structuring, storage, adaptation, alteration, retrieval, consultation, use, erasure and destruction of data. 

3. Exclusively for what is referred to in point c) - Special categories of personal data processed 
Among the collected data may be personal data included in the special categories, as in Art. 9, (1) of the GDPR, which are personal data revealing racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade union membership as well as genetic data, data concerning health and sex life or sexual orientation of the person.

For this reason, the processing of the above special categories of personal data is carried out in accordance with the provisions of Art. 9, (2), letter a) of the GDPR that requires the explicit consent of the data subject (as indicated in point 1), to the processing of personal data indicated above for purposes related to the evaluation and selection of candidates.

4. Duration of the processing
The Controller preserves and processes personal data for the time strictly necessary to fulfil the aforementioned purposes.
Exclusively for what is referred to in point c), personal data will be stored for a period not exceeding 24 months from their receipt or from their last update.

5. Mandatory or optional nature of providing data
The provision of personal data is optional, however your refusal to provide them or to give consent to the processing will determine, only for the Controller, the impossibility to process your data and consequently, to pursue the purposes indicated in point 1.

6. Categories of subjects to whom personal data can be communicated or who can learn about them as processors
Your personal data will be processed exclusively by employees and / or collaborators of the Controller appointed as Processor or persons authorized to process, in compliance with the provisions of the GDPR, including with regard to security measures to protect and safeguard your personal data.
The Controller may communicate your personal data to those persons entitled to access it by virtue of laws, rules, regulations.
Your data will not be disseminated in any way.

7. Data transfer
The Controller does not transfer personal data to third countries or to international organizations.
However, it reserves the right to use cloud services; in which case, the service providers will be selected among those who provide adequate guarantees, as required by art. 46 of the GDPR.

8. Rights of data subject
With reference to the articles 15 (right of access), 16 (right to rectification), 17 (right to erasure), 18 (right to restriction of processing), 20 (right to data portability), 21 (right to object), 22 (right to object to automated individual decision-making) of the GDPR, and to the art. 13 of the Privacy Code, the data subject may exercise his rights by writing to the Controller at the address above, or by email, specifying the subject of his request, the right he intends to exercise and attaching a photocopy of an identity document that certifies the legitimacy of the request.
For your convenience, the contents of the Art. 15 of the GDPR is shown below.
Art. 15 Right of access by the data subject
1. The data subject shall have the right to obtain from the controller confirmation as to whether or not personal data concerning him or her are being processed, and, where that is the case, access to the personal data and the following information:
a) the purposes of the processing;
b) the categories of personal data concerned;
c) the recipients or categories of recipient to whom the personal data have been or will be disclosed, in particular recipients in third countries or international organisations;
d) where possible, the envisaged period for which the personal data will be stored, or, if not possible, the criteria used to determine that period;
e) the existence of the right to request from the controller rectification or erasure of personal data or restriction of processing of personal data concerning the data subject or to object to such processing;
f) the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority;
g) where the personal data are not collected from the data subject, any available information as to their source;
h) the existence of automated decision-making, including profiling, referred to in Article 22(1) and (4) and, at least in those cases, meaningful information about the logic involved, as well as the significance and the envisaged consequences of such processing for the data subject.
2. Where personal data are transferred to a third country or to an international organisation, the data subject shall have the right to be informed of the appropriate safeguards pursuant to Article 46 relating to the transfer.
3. The controller shall provide a copy of the personal data undergoing processing. For any further copies requested by the data subject, the controller may charge a reasonable fee based on administrative costs. Where the data subject makes the request by electronic means, and unless otherwise requested by the data subject, the information shall be provided in a commonly used electronic form.
4. The right to obtain a copy referred to in paragraph 3 shall not adversely affect the rights and freedoms of others.

9. Withdrawal of consent
With reference to article 6 of the GDPR, the data subject can withdraw at any time the consent given without prejudice to the lawfulness of the processing based on the consent given before the withdrawal.

10. Automated individual decision-making
The Controller does not make processing consisting of automated decision-making processes on the data processed.

11. Identifying details of the Controller
The Controller of the aforementioned processing is 
mtm consulting s.r.l. s.u.
Via L. Ariosto 10, 20900 Monza (MB), 
VAT Number 02994950968 
Tel. (+39)0392848437
e-mail: info@emtem.com  .

The updated list of processors and persons authorized to process data is kept at the Controller's headquarters.




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