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Health and Safety Training Courses for students

How to enroll and attend the compulsory Health and Safety Training Courses

Students who carry out or plan to carry out internships, thesis preparation or teaching activities in the laboratories are considered as employees according to the Italian law.

 Therefore, participation in the Health and Safety Training Courses is compulsory in order to access laboratories or carry out internships at university, other institutions or private companies. 

Students can attend online modules for the general training (module 1) and basic specific training (module 2), and the advanced specific training module (module 3) in presence.

Once the tests have been passed, certificates can be downloaded from Studenti online, in the area “Certificates and self-certifications”.

It is important to know that such certification will be obtained on a frequency of at least 90% of the hours required for each module (i.e. a maximum of 24 minutes of absence for justified reasons). The certificate is also valid outside the University of Bologna and, as far as the general module is concerned, it does not expire; certifications for the other modules (specific training) expire after five years.

General training and basic specific training

The modules for general training (module 1) and basic specific training (module 2) are offered by the University of Bologna in e-learning mode. Regularly enrolled students or exchange students can access the online courses by entering the Unibo e-learning platform with their institutional credentials and selecting the title of the course. The final test is to be accomplished on the online platform at the end of the course.  Detailed info about the e-learning modules are available on this page.

Advanced specific training

SCORE students are also required to take the Module 3 - Chemical Risk.

The SCORE Programme organizes a specific session in English for module 3 in the first semester.
Please check the Notice Board to be informed about incoming editions.

IMPORTANT!  Students are strongly recommended to attend the Module 3 edition provided by the degree programme each academic year in the first semester, since no further editions in the second semester or in a different date can be guaranteed.


Erasmus exchange students and interns too are required to comply with the Health and Safety requirements in order to access the laboratories and/or carry out internships.
They should therefore provide proper certifications attesting that they previously attended Health and Safety Training Courses in Chemistry in their  home country or in Italy. If they didn't, participation in the Health and Safety Training Courses provided by the SCORE degree programme is compulsory.

IMPORTANT!  NO edition of the Module 3 - Chemical Risk can be guaranteed in the second semester. Exchange and visiting students and interns willing to start their activity in the second semester are kindly invited to take this into consieration while planning their mobility.