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Title: SAFER Project: Safer Agriculture For Employees in Rural Project No: 20081TR1LEO0503202


1
SAFER Project Safer Agriculture For Employees in
Rural Project No 2008-1-TR1-LEO05-03202
  • Giulio Fancello
  • Agronomist

Kick-Off Meeting of the SAFER Project March 5th,
2009 SAMSUN - Turkey
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  • The Director of the ENAMA, Mr Sandro Liberatori
    and all his staff whish to thank
  • the project Coordinator (Ondokuz Mayis
    University) and particularly the project leader,
    Prof. Benal Yurtlu,
  • all the project partners

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ENAMA The Italian National Body for Agricultural
Mechanization
  • OUR VISION
  • To serve as a frame of reference for the
    agricultural machinery sector, striving towards
    consistent excellence in institutional and
    commercial services, applying the principle of
    continuous improvement and acting with
    transparency in the common interest of the entire
    sector.

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ENAMA The Italian National Body for Agricultural
Mechanization
  • OUR MISSION
  • To disseminate the culture of certification,
    innovation and appropriate use of machinery in
    order to foster a safe, competitive form of
    agriculture to benefit operators, the environment
    and agricultural production. To improve service
    quality by leveraging the experience and
    expertise acquired in Italy and abroad.

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ENAMA The Italian National Body for Agricultural
Mechanization
  • IDEAS, SERVICES AND SOLUTIONS FOR THE
    AGROMECHANICAL INDUSTRY Enama is recognised in
    accordance with the provisions of Italian
    Presidential Decree 361/2000 as a body
    established to offer the agromechanical industry
    in Italy effective support in order to improve
    competitiveness, enhance technology and raise
    awareness of the performance and safety features
    of the machinery amongst those operating in the
    industry.

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  • To guarantee impartiality and implement a policy
    of agreement through consultation in the farming
    industry, the following bodies are represented in
    the Enama
  • the Italian Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry,
  • the Italian Regional Authorities,
  • Assocap (Association of Provincial Agricultural
    Consortia),
  • Cia, Coldiretti, Confagricoltura (farmers union)
  • Unacma (National Union of Dealers in Agricultural
    Machinery),
  • Unacoma (Italian National Union of Manufacturers
    of Agricultural Machinery)
  • Unima (Italian National Union of Agricultural
    Mechanisation Contractors).

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  • The operational structure is constituted by
    CRA-ISMA, the Council for Research and
    Development in Agriculture and the Institute for
    Experimental Research into Agricultural
    Mechanisation.
  • Enama's personnel has the necessary expertise to
    tackle all of the various problems faced by the
    industry, such as the complex regulations on
    performance, safety, environmental protection
    (UNI, EN, ISO, OCSE, etc.) and road traffic
    regulations for agricultural machinery,
    certification, new technologies and alternative
    fuels.
  • Specialized centers within the operational
    facilities offer the opportunity to conduct
    internationally recognized tests and checks of
    all types on everything from tractors to farm
    implements and components, and can even provide
    details of other important facilities overseas
    that are associated with Entam (European Network
    for Testing Agricultural Machines.

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  • ENAMA Services the CERTIFICATION of agricultural
    machinery and equipments.
  • ENAMA Certification
  • ENAMA VS Certification

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  • ENAMA Certification
  • The machinery checks - based on the existing
    national and international (ISO, EN, etc.)
    regulatory frameworks - are conducted in
    specialised testing centres that are co-ordinated
    by ENAMA.The results of these checks are
    published in special test certificates and
    reports that contain all the information on the
    agricultural machinery tested, constituting an
    effective sort of identity card that accompanies
    the machines throughout their lifetimes.

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  • ENAMA Certification
  • The following officially certified data is shown
    on the machine's certificate
  • description
  • accessories (if applicable)
  • technical specification of the machine
  • test conditions
  • performance
  • test results
  • comment on functionality
  • indications for appropriate use in road traffic
  • conformity with existing safety regulations
  • other models of the same series (if applicable)

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  • ENAMA Certification
  • The safety aspects are particularly important
    given that a certified machine in itself fulfils
    the basic condition for conformity with the
    provisions of Italian Presidential Decree 459/96,
    which encompasses the Directive on Machinery,
    Italian Legislative Decrees 39/99 and 624/94 -
    the rules that govern safety on farms - and all
    other relevant regulations.

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  • ENAMA Certification mark
  • During the certification process, the machine
    undergoes specific tests. If it successfully
    passes these tests, the machine is awarded an
    officially recognised certification mark.
    ENAMA-certified machines are given privileged
    access at national and international trade
    shows.Since 2002, a certification service for
    agricultural machinery components has been
    available.The following officially certified
    data relating to the components is shown on the
    certificate technical specification of the
    component
  • description
  • test methodology
  • test results
  • comment on functionality

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  • Advantages of Certification
  • Manufacturers
  • Over recent years in Italy, numerous regulations
    have come into force that govern the performance
    and safety of agricultural machines. The most
    salient of these are Legislative Decree 626/94 on
    improving health and safety in the workplace and
    Presidential Decree 459/96, which assimilates the
    Machinery Directive (98/37/CE). These regulations
    ensure that only agricultural machines fulfilling
    all the safety regulations currently in force are
    released onto the market.Given this context,
    the advantages of ENAMA certification are as
    follows- guarantee and protection for the
    manufacturer since all of the regulations have
    been met and officially certified as such,
    providing certainty that the agricultural
    machinery being released onto the market conforms
    to legal requirements- further proof of the
    quality of the machinery and of its effective
    functionality- recognition in other European
    countries thanks to the agreement with those
    countries (ENTAM).

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  • Advantages of Certification
  • Dealers
  • Current Italian legislation prescribes that
    only machines that fulfil all the existing safety
    criteria be released onto the market. Given
    this context, the advantages of ENAMA
    certification are as follows- guarantee and
    protection for the dealer that the agricultural
    machinery being released onto the market conforms
    to legal requirements- ensuring that the product
    supplied comes complete with all the necessary
    information for its correct use.

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  • Advantages of Certification
  • Farmers
  • Current Italian legislation prescribes that the
    manager of the agricultural company is
    responsible for ensuring that the agricultural
    machinery is properly equipped and is being used
    correctly.Given this context, the advantages of
    ENAMA certification are as follows- guarantee
    and protection of purchasing a machine that
    conforms to regulations governing direct use by
    the manager and use by the company's employees-
    makes it easier to select the most appropriate
    machinery for the company's specific requirements
    by consulting and comparing the salient test
    results of each available machine.

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  • ENAMA VS CertificationENAMA VS - a new
    certification serviceSince 2005, manufacturers
    of agricultural machinery have been able to
    choose between full certification of the
    functionality and safety of their machines (ENAMA
    certification) or partial certification, focusing
    only on the safety aspects (ENAMA VS
    certification).The VS option offers lower costs
    and reduced times compared to full 'ENAMA
    Certification', but provides the same level of
    guarantees in relation to the safety
    specifications.If the machine passes the
    relevant tests, the manufacturer is issued with
    'ENAMA VS Certification' in recognition of the
    excellence of that model.As a voluntary
    certification, ENAMA VS functions alongside the
    CE mark (without substituting it) and gives the
    machine added value in that it has been approved
    by a third-party body."VS ENAMA Certification"
    is valid for five years from the date of issue,
    except when variations are made to those
    regulations that apply to the tested model or
    when there are changes to the design and/or
    construction of the standard model that make it
    different from the tested model.The manufacturer
    many apply the VS mark, or display the proof of
    certification, for all machines that conform to
    the certified model. The mark may not be applied
    to machines that do not conform to the certified
    model(s).In short, the new service provides the
    manufacturer, the dealer and the user with a
    guarantee that the machine conforms to the
    specific safety regulations applicable to
    it.ENAMA is promoting internationally a series
    of initiatives aimed at building up a
    European-wide voluntary certification system for
    the industry that covers, above all, those
    aspects that relate to the safety of agricultural
    machinery.
  • In this context we would like to mention the
    significant accreditation obtained by Enama from
    Sincert (www.sincert.it) for its safety
    certification plan.

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  • ENAMA Services the SAFETY of agricultural
    machinery and equipments.
  • ENAMA provides support services and consultancy
    not only to manufacturers of agricultural and
    agromechanical equipment but also to agricultural
    businesses and technicians of the Italian
    Regional Authorities, ASLs, etc. These services
    are targeted at solving problems relating to the
    safety of agricultural machinery, and benefit
    from the experience ENAMA has built up over the
    years and the use of state-of-the-art test
    centres.The safety aspect is of the utmost
    importance and constitutes one of the principal
    themes of ENAMA's engagement, since the number of
    injuries occurring in the agricultural sector
    through the use of machinery continues to warrant
    serious attention, even if it has been on the
    decrease in recent years. The expertise of the
    entire agro-mechanical department allows ENAMA to
    deliver effective technical solutions to
    manufacturers, agricultural businesses and other
    organisations both public and private. Enama's
    activities in this regard involve the creation of
    multiple series of dedicated documents.

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  • ENAMA Services TRAINING and INFORMATION
  • TRAINING/INFORMATIONENAMA has recently set up
    a number of training and information courses on
    safety in the industry aimed at providing an
    overview of the relevant regulations and the
    practical application of those regulations to
    mechanised vehicles.The courses are held at the
    offices of CRA in Isma di Monterotondo (Rome) and
    Treviglio (BG) and of C.N.R. Imamoter di
    Vezzolano (AT), and have so far made it possible
    for 60 technicians working for the territorial
    organisations of Enama's members to acquire
    important information on the safety of mechanised
    vehicles.The courses were led by industry
    experts from the technical departments of Enama,
    Ispesl, C.N.R. Imamoter, the regional ASLs
    (workplace safety inspectors and occupational
    health specialists), and the Magistrature, as
    well as by leading freelance professionals.

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  • ENAMA Services TRAINING and INFORMATION
  • Here is a summary of the areas covered by the
    courses
  • Importance of prevention in reducing accidents
    statistical data and regulatory framework. The
    first lesson led by the technical experts of the
    local inspectorate (ASL) is focused on providing
    an overview of the situation in order to identify
    the issues more accurately and highlight their
    distribution across the country. General safety
    information on mechanised vehicles the reference
    norms and technical regulations. The lesson is
    held by Enama in order to provide an initial
    overview of the general norms and technical
    regulations (on types of vehicle, uses, etc.)
    governing the industry. General safety
    information on mechanised vehicles 2 the use of
    machinery and the purchasing of new machines (CE
    declarations, manuals etc.). The lesson is held
    by Enama and Ispesl, with Enama covering the
    issues related to the purchasing of new
    agricultural machinery and Ispesl the issues
    involved in performing market checks and the
    application of the safety clause in relation to
    particular problems. The course looks in detail
    at the programme and those taking part start to
    tackle the issues and consider potential
    solutions.

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  • ENAMA Services TRAINING and INFORMATION
  • General safety information on mechanised
    vehicles 3 buying and selling used machines. The
    lesson is held by Enama and Ispesl and covers the
    same ground as the course above but with
    reference to used machinery. General safety
    information on mechanised vehicles 4
    responsibilities. The legal aspects are covered
    by a magistrate who indicates the division of
    responsibilities and possible sanctions,
    providing numerous examples of past cases.
    General safety information on mechanised
    vehicles 5 road traffic safety and safety on
    farms. Agricultural machines are often driven on
    public roads and private farms with different
    combinations of (usually customised) tools. The
    machines must, however, respect very specific
    regulations, particularly in relation to size and
    weight. Enama technicians deal in depth with the
    most common issues by making the most of the
    experience they have consolidated on other
    projects and tapping the potential of the
    extensive query database.

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  • ENAMA Services TRAINING and INFORMATION
  • General safety information on mechanised
    vehicles 6 the principal risks connected with
    the use of machinery and professional illnesses.
    This lesson is led by ASL occupational health
    specialists who give information on the medical
    aspects of working with machinery and on the most
    common complaints and remedies. Special safety
    information on mechanised vehicles 1 noise and
    vibration. A range of experts (Asl, Isma
    C.R.A., C.N.R. Imamoter) look in detail at the
    regulations, causes and preventive measures. The
    participation of researchers has allowed to
    course to be enriched with useful practical
    information and updates on the most common
    issues. Special safety information on mechanised
    vehicles 2 individual protection devices.
    Detailed description of the devices available and
    when and how to use them. The lesson is led by
    technicians of the ASL inspectorate of Isma
    C.R.A. and C.N.R. Imamoter. Demonstration 1
    selection and use of individual protection
    devices. Following on from the theory lesson,
    this covers the practical aspects. The course
    leaders are the same as those above.

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  • ENAMA Services TRAINING and INFORMATION
  • Special safety information on mechanised
    vehicles 3 company and machinery safety
    indicators. This lesson is led by freelance
    professionals and by technicians from Isma
    C.R.A. and C.N.R. Imamoter. It aims to provide
    a clear frame of reference for the identification
    and application of safety indicators and signage.
    Special safety information on mechanised
    vehicles 4 buildings connected to the use of
    machinery. The lesson is led by technicians of
    the ASL inspectorate and other experts, and aims
    to describe the main problems faced by buildings
    where machinery is housed (shelters, workshops,
    phytochemical depots, etc.). Demonstration 2
    motorised frames. Experts from C.N.R. Imamoter
    and Enama illustrate the requirements of new and
    reconditioned motorised frames. Demonstration 3
    visit to the facilities. The visit to the
    facilities, led by the same team responsible for
    lesson 12, complements the theoretical
    instruction. Special safety information on
    mechanised vehicles 5 waste. As is well known,
    agricultural vehicles produce waste (used oil,
    batteries, filters, various components, etc.) and
    are themselves classed as waste at the end of
    their life cycle. As such, they must be treated
    in accordance with the relevant legislation. This
    lesson is led by an expert from the Reggio Emilia
    Centre for Research on Animal Production, who has
    extensive experience in this area.
    Demonstration 4 implements part 1. Experts
    from C.N.R. Imamoter, Enama and others carry
    out demonstrations of the implements used on
    farms. Demonstration 4 implements part 2.
    Continuation of the previous demonstration.
    Demonstration 5 combinations (frame
    implement) part 1. Experts from C.N.R.
    Imamoter, Enama and others carry out
    demonstrations using combinations of frames and
    tools as a follow-up to the previous two
    demonstrations, which dealt singly with frames
    and implements. Demonstration 5 combinations
    (frame implement) part 2. Follow-on from the
    previous lesson. Demonstration 6 more
    information on the previous demonstrations. The
    same team looks in more detail at the subjects
    covered in the previous demonstrations. This
    lesson is held in response to the requirement to
    reinforce awareness and understanding of the use
    of agricultural machinery on farms and of the
    importance of checking that safety regulations
    are being met both by farmers and by dealers.
    Outline of communication techniques. As
    already indicated, this is an important addition
    to the areas covered on the course, since it
    provides information on how to communicate
    effectively what has been learned to those
    working in the industry. Use of technical
    material guidance information provided by
    Enama. This section aims to provide useful
    information to technicians on the use of the
    distributed material in order to use and
    communicate it effectively. The lesson is led
    directly by Enama. Product certification
    applied to agricultural machinery. This lesson
    describes the various certifications available
    and the meaning of such certification, with
    particular reference to Enama certification and
    its benefits for the industry. The lesson is led
    directly by Enama. Exit test. A quiz-style
    test in the form of 38 questions, and concluding
    remarks about the course, logistics and lessons.
    Evaluation of risks for agricultural
    enterprises, information and training projects.
    This lesson is taken by members of the
    inspectorate and freelance professionals, and
    focuses on providing information to support the
    work done by technicians for agricultural
    enterprises. Developing safety procedures.
    This lesson is taken by members of the
    inspectorate and freelance professionals, and
    focuses on providing information to support the
    work done by technicians for agricultural
    enterprises.

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  • ENAMA Services TRAINING and INFORMATION
  • General safety information on mechanised
    vehicles 6 the principal risks connected with
    the use of machinery and professional illnesses.
    This lesson is led by ASL occupational health
    specialists who give information on the medical
    aspects of working with machinery and on the most
    common complaints and remedies. Special safety
    information on mechanised vehicles 1 noise and
    vibration. A range of experts (Asl, Isma
    C.R.A., C.N.R. Imamoter) look in detail at the
    regulations, causes and preventive measures. The
    participation of researchers has allowed to
    course to be enriched with useful practical
    information and updates on the most common
    issues. Special safety information on mechanised
    vehicles 2 individual protection devices.
    Detailed description of the devices available and
    when and how to use them. The lesson is led by
    technicians of the ASL inspectorate of Isma
    C.R.A. and C.N.R. Imamoter. Demonstration 1
    selection and use of individual protection
    devices. Following on from the theory lesson,
    this covers the practical aspects. The course
    leaders are the same as those above.

24
  • ENAMA Services TRAINING and INFORMATION
  • Special safety information on mechanised
    vehicles 3 company and machinery safety
    indicators. This lesson is led by freelance
    professionals and by technicians from Isma
    C.R.A. and C.N.R. Imamoter. It aims to provide
    a clear frame of reference for the identification
    and application of safety indicators and signage.
    Special safety information on mechanised
    vehicles 4 buildings connected to the use of
    machinery. The lesson is led by technicians of
    the ASL inspectorate and other experts, and aims
    to describe the main problems faced by buildings
    where machinery is housed (shelters, workshops,
    phytochemical depots, etc.). Demonstration 2
    motorised frames. Experts from C.N.R. Imamoter
    and Enama illustrate the requirements of new and
    reconditioned motorised frames. Demonstration 3
    visit to the facilities. The visit to the
    facilities, led by the same team responsible for
    lesson 12, complements the theoretical
    instruction. Special safety information on
    mechanised vehicles 5 waste. As is well known,
    agricultural vehicles produce waste (used oil,
    batteries, filters, various components, etc.) and
    are themselves classed as waste at the end of
    their life cycle. As such, they must be treated
    in accordance with the relevant legislation. This
    lesson is led by an expert from the Reggio Emilia
    Centre for Research on Animal Production, who has
    extensive experience in this area.
    Demonstration 4 implements part 1. Experts
    from C.N.R. Imamoter, Enama and others carry
    out demonstrations of the implements used on
    farms. Demonstration 4 implements part 2.
    Continuation of the previous demonstration.
    Demonstration 5 combinations (frame
    implement) part 1. Experts from C.N.R.
    Imamoter, Enama and others carry out
    demonstrations using combinations of frames and
    tools as a follow-up to the previous two
    demonstrations, which dealt singly with frames
    and implements. Demonstration 5 combinations
    (frame implement) part 2. Follow-on from the
    previous lesson. Demonstration 6 more
    information on the previous demonstrations. The
    same team looks in more detail at the subjects
    covered in the previous demonstrations. This
    lesson is held in response to the requirement to
    reinforce awareness and understanding of the use
    of agricultural machinery on farms and of the
    importance of checking that safety regulations
    are being met both by farmers and by dealers.
    Outline of communication techniques. As
    already indicated, this is an important addition
    to the areas covered on the course, since it
    provides information on how to communicate
    effectively what has been learned to those
    working in the industry. Use of technical
    material guidance information provided by
    Enama. This section aims to provide useful
    information to technicians on the use of the
    distributed material in order to use and
    communicate it effectively. The lesson is led
    directly by Enama. Product certification
    applied to agricultural machinery. This lesson
    describes the various certifications available
    and the meaning of such certification, with
    particular reference to Enama certification and
    its benefits for the industry. The lesson is led
    directly by Enama. Exit test. A quiz-style
    test in the form of 38 questions, and concluding
    remarks about the course, logistics and lessons.
    Evaluation of risks for agricultural
    enterprises, information and training projects.
    This lesson is taken by members of the
    inspectorate and freelance professionals, and
    focuses on providing information to support the
    work done by technicians for agricultural
    enterprises. Developing safety procedures.
    This lesson is taken by members of the
    inspectorate and freelance professionals, and
    focuses on providing information to support the
    work done by technicians for agricultural
    enterprises.

25
  • ENAMA Services TRAINING and INFORMATION
  • Demonstration 4 implements part 1. Experts
    from C.N.R. Imamoter, Enama and others carry
    out demonstrations of the implements used on
    farms. Demonstration 4 implements part 2.
    Continuation of the previous demonstration.
    Demonstration 5 combinations (frame
    implement) part 1. Experts from C.N.R.
    Imamoter, Enama and others carry out
    demonstrations using combinations of frames and
    tools as a follow-up to the previous two
    demonstrations, which dealt singly with frames
    and implements. Demonstration 5 combinations
    (frame implement) part 2. Follow-on from the
    previous lesson. Demonstration 6 more
    information on the previous demonstrations. The
    same team looks in more detail at the subjects
    covered in the previous demonstrations. This
    lesson is held in response to the requirement to
    reinforce awareness and understanding of the use
    of agricultural machinery on farms and of the
    importance of checking that safety regulations
    are being met both by farmers and by dealers.

26
  • ENAMA Services TRAINING and INFORMATION
  • Use of technical material guidance
    information provided by Enama. This section aims
    to provide useful information to technicians on
    the use of the distributed material in order to
    use and communicate it effectively. The lesson is
    led directly by Enama. Product certification
    applied to agricultural machinery. This lesson
    describes the various certifications available
    and the meaning of such certification, with
    particular reference to Enama certification and
    its benefits for the industry. The lesson is led
    directly by Enama. Exit test. A quiz-style test
    in the form of 38 questions, and concluding
    remarks about the course, logistics and lessons.
    Evaluation of risks for agricultural
    enterprises, information and training projects.
    This lesson is taken by members of the
    inspectorate and freelance professionals, and
    focuses on providing information to support the
    work done by technicians for agricultural
    enterprises. Developing safety procedures. This
    lesson is taken by members of the inspectorate
    and freelance professionals, and focuses on
    providing information to support the work done by
    technicians for agricultural enterprises.

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ENAMA international Projects results
  • Leonardo For.Ma.Agri  
  • Leonardo Safety First  
  • PEREQUAL

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  • PHASE I Training needs study
  • Participation to the first transnational meeting
    of the project
  • Detection of the training needs in the
    agricultural machines sector in Italy
    documentary research and interviews with
    stakeholders (in cooperation with ALPA)
  • Report sent to the project Coordinator (Fed.
    Agroalimentaria)

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  • PHASE II Preparation of training materials
  • Development of the training materials according
    the main findings of the Phase I
  • Files were sent to the project Coordinator (Fed.
    Agroalimentaria)
  • technical and administrative management with
    administrative help from the FED. AGROALIMENTARIA

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  • RESULTS
  • innovative training materials tailored to the
    needs of the specific target (SMEs and
    self-employed agricultural workers) which can
    contribute to
  • improve safety and, therefore, reduce the
    excessively high number of accidents that occur
    in the workplace in this sector
  • ensure proper maintenance of farm machinery in
    the European Union and maximise its performance
    as a result.

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  • TRAINING DIFFICULTIES HIGHLIGHTED in the
    agricultural sector
  • Lack of courses provided at workplace,
  • Difficulties in organizing and sharing a common
    training plan among a large number of workers
    (problems of time, place, etc.
  • Long working days and consequent lack of time to
    attend courses
  • preferred training format approx. 70 of the
    respondents preferred traditional on-site
    attendance. Only 3 people preferred on-line
    training.
  • No mention was made of distance learning.
  • After determining preferred training methodology,
    respondents were asked about preferred location
    for training. Most preferred a training center,
    then on-site workplace training.

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  • TRAINING NEEDS HIGHLIGHTED
  • Job Health and Safety /risk prevention
  • Machinery and installations maintenance
  • Quality
  • Production / cultivation techniques
  • Environment
  • IT.

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  • The ENAMA experience and background in
    agricultural machinery safety and risk prevention
    lead to a series of 9 publications (guidelines)
    for the use of 8 different agricultural machines
    and equipment (the most used and common in a
    normal farm) and a general safety handbook

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  • PHASE III Experimentation or pilot phase
  • The ENAMA technicians decided to try to extend
    the pilot activities to the whole cycle of the
    machine
  • - starting from the planning step, exploiting
    the consultancy phase which anticipate the
    performance and safety certification of the
    equipment (for example an air assisted sprayer)
  • - the activity went on counselling the workers
    in the every day use through the use of the
    safety handbook and the guidelines for the safe
    use of some equipment which present particular
    risks (for example chainsaws). This step was
    performed mainly by the web site and by the mail
    sent by the users

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  • PHASE III Experimentation or pilot phase
  • The ENAMA decided to compare the main findings of
    the project to those of two other European
    Projects in which ENAMA is involved
  • the SAFETY FIRST Leonardo da Vinci project
    aimed to map the professional roles involved in
    the change of the agricultural machines sector
    and the Comparative Report on the Training Offer
  • the PEREQUAL project (financed by the EQUAL
    inititiative) which aim to offer adequate
    training tools to the workers of the agricultural
    machines industry

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Leonardo For.Ma.Agri  
  • PHASE IV Dissemination and evaluation
  • It was developed a dissemination strategy
    (through the web and also through the
    agricultural fairs). The contacts through the web
    were managed with a personnel dedicated to that
    function.
  • ENAMA has participate to the most important
    agricultural fairs in Italy and Europe, also to
    disseminate and advertise the outputs to the
    target groups
  • The ENTAM Network

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Examples of demonstration of safety application
in the use of agricultural machines Tractors
with or without rollbar
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Examples of demonstration of safety application
in the use of agricultural machines CHAINSAWS
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Examples of demonstration of safety
application the use of the personal protection
devices
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Examples of demonstration of safety application
in the use of agricultural machines BALERS and
LOG SPLITTERS
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Examples of demonstration of safety application
in the use of agricultural machines Soil tillage
machines and crop protection equipments
Le attività dellEnama Roberto Limongelli
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Participation to the fairs and advertisement of
the project results
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