Dip.to TeSAF

Guidance for students/visitors who don't speak Italian (If you speak Italian, please refer to this link)

The health and safety of everyone is a major priority. Here are some important things to remember before starting your activity:

        A) never stop to follow the rules and the guidelines (point 1, 2 and 3) during your stay with us:

  1. Laboratory safety rules (A laboratory is a place, building or part of a building used for scientific activities that may be hazardous.)
  2. Safety guidelines in outdoor education and research activities
  3. Emergency guidelines

    B) fill in:

  4. Safety rules receipt (download the pdf and complete it with Acrobat Reader and consign it to Mrs Alessandra Carraro, 3d floor)
  5. Registration form of students and their risk activities (the form must be filled in by your supervisor and just if your activity will last more than 6 months; you will receive it in pdf format by email. Print it, get your supervisor to sign the document and consign it to Mrs Alessandra Carraro, 3d floor).

The purpose of the registration form (point 5) is to ensure the identification, assessment and control of risks associated with the activities carried out in the Department or in the field. Depending on the risks of your activities, it is possible that Office of health calls you for a general health check-up, to verify if you are adequate for a specific risk activity.

Who works in the Department have also to follow an appropriate induction programme (by online learning courses) depending on the lab (refer to the following table).

If you have an unip.it account (i.e. @studenti.unipd.it, @phd.unipd.it) you can login with Single Sign On (SSO) credentials. To enroll the courses, read the following instructions: http://intra.tesaf.unipd.it/Sicurezza/files/OnlineCoursesLogin.pdf

If you cannot log by SSO, you have to contact vinicio.carraro@unipd.it.

Once logged in, every course is activable by a further password listed at the bottom of this page. To complete the training section, you have to pass a final test, sending the related pdf certification to your supervisor.

Lab name Supervisor Required course Dept. code Floor Building code Room code Building name
Analisi bio-combustibili Raffaele Cavalli General section
Mechanical risk
Risk from noise and vibration
D320000 0 1000B 114 Agripolis corpo laboratori
Dendrocronologia Tiziana Urso General section D320000 2 1000B 44 Agripolis corpo laboratori
Ecologia ForestaleTiziana Urso General section D320000 2 1000B 443 Agripolis corpo laboratori
Idrologia forestale Marco Borga General section
Chemical risk
D320000 0 1000B 5 Agripolis corpo laboratori
CIRVE Conegliano Simone Vincenzi General section
Chemical risk
0KT0000 1 1600 1001-1007 Lab. Conegliano
Laboratorio polifunzionale per applicazioni meccaniche Luigi Sartori General section
Mechanical risk
Risk from noise and vibration
D320000 0 00380 4-6 Azienda agraria corpo B
ecologia montana San Vito Cadore Tommaso Anfodillo General section
Chemical risk
D320000 1 00540 6 Lab. Ecologia Montana
Patologia vegetale II piano e serra Lucio Montecchio Chemical risk
Biological risk
D320000 3
1000M (Serra)
Agripolis corpo laboratori
Patologia vegetale e tecnologie fitopatologiche III piano Luca Sella Chemical risk
Biological risk
D320000 3 1000C 81-83 Agripolis corpo laboratori
Xilologia Tiziana Urso General section
Chemical risk
D320000 2 1000B 42 Agripolis corpo laboratori
Costruzioni rurali Stefano Guercini General section D320000 0 00380 13 Azienda agraria corpo B
  In case of use of Lasescanner
non-ionising radiation
  2     Pentagono

(*) =  greenhouse

Attention, every course needs the following passwords:

Course name Password
General sectionsicurezza
Chemical risk chimico
Biological risk biologico
Mechanical risk meccanico
Non-ionising radiation radiazioni
Risk from noise and vibration specialistica

If you need help/information, or you cannot find what you are looking for please contact vinicio.carraro@unipd.it, or the phone number 2699.

Work responsibly and if you feel that you cannot do a job safely, don't do it and let your supervisor know about any problem.



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