ITALY: Memorandum of Understanding between INAIL and RAI to promote a safety culture

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INAIL and Canon RAI have signed a three-year Memorandum of Understanding aimed at creating and disseminating joint communication and awareness-raising initiatives on health and safety at work culture issues, in order to combat the increase in occupational injuries.

The agreement also aims to promote information on the services offered by INAIL, as well as the results of research into the most appropriate radio, television and multimedia solutions.

“The Institute’s information offer now includes not only social channels, through which we can communicate directly with users and publicise our activities in a simpler and more interactive way than in the past, but also new digital products such as podcasts and video reports on prevention and the social and professional reintegration of those helped. In a changing society, institutions must adapt to the new languages and tools used by citizens in order to achieve concrete results and raise public awareness”.

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