Il Sistema di Gestione della Sicurezza sul Lavoro (SGSL) sul modello UNI-INAIL ed il Safety Management System (SMS) in ambito aeroportuale a confronto.

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[automatically translated] Following the enactment of Legislative Decree no. 81 of April 9, 2008, the adoption of a 'SGSL represents a significant opportunity for companies in terms of management and containment of corporate risk This paper analyzes and compares two management systems, the Safety Management System, which meets a mandatory rule imposed by ENAC for the airport management companies, and the health and Safety at Work management System on the model guidelines UNI-INAIL, highlighting the various common points and room for improvement of both. The main differences between the two systems reside objective they set out to achieve, in the approach to the definition of the policy and objectives. The goal that the SMS aims is to analyze and modify work activities in order to primarily ensure the safety of users involved in airport operations, while the SGSL aims to establish a management system geared to workplace safety. In the present study we conclude that the two systems could be integrated into business realities such as airport operators, airlines or companies at risk of a major accident. Seen from the comparison reveals a proposal with a view to issuing a certifiable standard by an accredited institution, why not integrate the two guidelines in light of the positive experiences gained in these years of experimentation? while the SGSL aims to establish a management system geared to workplace safety. In the present study we conclude that the two systems could be integrated into business realities such as airport operators, airlines or companies at risk of a major accident. Seen from the comparison reveals a proposal with a view to issuing a certifiable standard by an accredited institution, why not integrate the two guidelines in light of the positive experiences gained in these years of experimentation? while the SGSL aims to establish a management system geared to workplace safety. In the present study we conclude that the two systems could be integrated into business realities such as airport operators, airlines or companies at risk of a major accident. Seen from the comparison reveals a proposal with a view to issuing a certifiable standard by an accredited institution, why not integrate the two guidelines in light of the positive experiences gained in these years of experimentation? airlines or companies at risk of a major accident. Seen from the comparison reveals a proposal with a view to issuing a certifiable standard by an accredited institution, why not integrate the two guidelines in light of the positive experiences gained in these years of experimentation? airlines or companies at risk of a major accident. Seen from the comparison reveals a proposal with a view to issuing a certifiable standard by an accredited institution, why not integrate the two guidelines in light of the positive experiences gained in these years of experimentation?
Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)26-36
Number of pages11
JournalDE QUALITATE
Volume17
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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