Our Location

Find Us

News Job security

Call Isi 2016

The Inail finance the expenditure incurred for projects to improve the health and safety levels in the workplace capital. The recipients of the incentives are businesses, including individual registered with the chamber of commerce, industry, handicrafts and agriculture.

TSQ provides assistance for the presentation of the competition in collaboration with Padova Confapi Association of Small and Medium Enterprises of the province of Padua www.confapi.padova.it (Facebook, Linkedin)


Periodic tests for doors on escape and fire doors

sicurezzaAs part of the maintenance of the fire and emergency devices also include activities related to the doors of escape routes and fire doors.

Normally these activities are not carried out as required by applicable regulations. In fact, the standards EN 1125 and EN 179, with which the CE marking is affixed by manufacturers of the emergency opening devices, frequencies and provide maintenance and measurement mode the operating forces.

The UNI 11473-1 also provides a specific frequency of six months for these checks and maintenance for fire doors.

The verification activities must absolutely be carried out with the use of a dynamometer as specified in the standards for the measurement of operating forces.

A record of maintenance and periodic measures should be drawn up by the installer and maintainer under Art. 3 of the Decree of 11.3.2004, as amended.

Log retention is the holder of care.

TSQ through its partners can perform these activities.




sicurezzaAt the national level, the legislative framework for safety in the workplace is the Legislative Decree 81 of 9 April 2008 "Consolidated Health and Safety at Work". The specific provisions on the protection of workers against exposure to electromagnetic fields are contained in Chapter IV of Title VIII - Physical agents - and are derived from the transposition of Directive 2004/40 / EC was initially set for April 30, 2008, and subsequently postponed by Directives 2004/46 / EC and 2012/11 / EC.

June 26, 2013 was approved the new DIRECTIVE 2013/35/EU OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL on the minimum health and safety requirements regarding the exposure of workers to the risks arising from physical agents (electromagnetic fields) which repealed Directive 2004/40 / EC with effect from 29 June 2013.
 Member States will have to comply with the directive by 1 July 2016.
 Pending appropriate redrafting of Title VIII Chapter IV of Legislative Decree 81/08, in the transposition of the new Directive, remains valid general principle referred all'art.28 of Legislative Decree 81/2008, reiterated relatively agents physical all'art.181, which commits the employer to evaluate all risks to health and safety, including those arising from exposure to electromagnetic fields, and the implementation of appropriate measures of protection, as from 1 January 2009 (art. 306).

For the purposes of risk assessment remain valid risk assessment defined in the report Technical Coordination Regions criteria - Ispesl Prime applicative indications of Legislative Decree 81/2008, Title VIII; Prevention and protection from risks due to exposure to electromagnetic fields in the workplace (published in December 2008), based on the standard EN 50499: "Procedures for the assessment of electromagnetic fields on workers."



TSQ-Consulting Srl

Sistemi di Qualità

Via Dei Ramai, 1/11
57121 - Livorno - ITALY
Tel: (+39) 0586 425788
Fax: (+39) 0586 1888006