On the occasion of the World Day for Health and Safety at Work, which is celebrated every 28 April, Maddalena S.p.A. is pleased to announce the launch of the new edition of the EkitaLab Legal Design Course, realised in partnership with Animaimpresa, Percorso Sicurezza S.r.l., Trakti Ltd. and Legalnext.
The course, which is unique in terms of the preparation of the lecturers, the choice of subjects, and the workshops offered, aims to create new skills for the application of Legal Design techniques and methodologies in order to improve the communication of legal content and facilitate interactions between people and legal systems.
What is Legal Design?
Legal Design is a multidisciplinary approach to design in the legal field. It is a subject that involves several professionals working together with the aim is to create more user-friendly legal systems and services. The main characteristic of legal design is to put the recipient at the centre with the aim of improving content communication.
Maddalena S.p.A. as case study
The course is strongly focused on the application aspect and is developed within a workshop designed according to the criteria of experiential teaching also known as “learning by doing“.
The workshop part directly involves Maddalena S.p.A. and its employees as a case study, putting them at the center of a project designed specifically for safety at work and concerning risks in the handling of materials and interference between vehicles and people.
Maddalena S.p.A. pays particular attention to the health and safety of its employees. Every year the company provides specific training courses on the subject and can boast a state-of-the-art Integrated Management System.
The collaboration with EkitaLab now becomes a tangible opportunity to share interdisciplinary expertise in the name of fostering and spreading a culture of health and safety in the workplace, and makes a symbolic contribution to what is called Goal 18 of Agenda 2030: Culture of Safety.
This project helps Maddalena S.p.A.
contributing to the 2030 Agenda Goals