Mandatory Safety training for students

According to the article 8 of University Safety Regulation (which implements the provisions of DM 369/98) “students on university courses, PhD students, postgraduate students, research fellowship holders, trainees, fellowship holders and their equivalents, when attending teaching, research or service laboratories or when, by reason of the activity specifically carried out, are exposed to risks identified in the Risk Assessment Document (DVR) are considered “workers” of the University as well as academic staff, technical and administrative staff and collaborators.

The mandatory safety training courses concerns:

  • students of Bachelor’s Degree, integrated Master’s degree, Master’s Degree, PhD and Incoming Mobility Programmes (Erasmus+, Bilateral Agreements, Double Degree, etc.) attending laboratories with exposure to specific risks, including computer laboratories 
  • students with “150 ore” or tutoring contracts who are carrying out part-time collaboration activities in UniTrento facilities (not for other employers, for example Opera Universitaria).

The University of Trento has developed a safety training plan for all the students organized in three different levels:

  • General Training 
  • Specific Training - Low Risk 
  • Specific Training - Medium Risk