The Organisation and Management Model, pursuant to Legislative Decree 231/2001, is a document that describes a series of company procedures aimed at ensuring the safety of workers in the performance of all the tasks scheduled during the course of their work.
The adoption of a Model 231 also requires the Company to appoint a Supervisory Committee (ODV), which has the task of verifying the efficiency of the Model and its effective application.
Sanctions against a company found liable may be pecuniary or prohibitive. The latter include prohibition of the exercise/activity, suspension/revocation of licenses, authorisations or administrative concessions, prohibition to advertise goods or services, etc.
The nature of the disqualification sanction also provides for the publication of the conviction on the portal of the Ministry of Justice, resulting in serious image damage for the company.
Often wrongly associated with each other, ISO 45001 certification is an international occupational health and safety standard designed to protect not only company employees, but also occasional visitors, from accidents and illnesses related to the work environment.
ISO 45001 certification is able to provide the company with greater protection in the area of Safety as it enhances the binding part with regard to the system (procedures), registration, training, coaching, near miss management, etc.