ACI Motorsport Training School

Appointment at the circuit on April 6th, focus on safety during track events for the marshals of the Autodromo Nazionale Monza.

Motorsport is dangeours, motorsport is dangerous: the Americans write it both on the passes and on the nets of their speedways. But we can work to minimize risks and accidents, especially for workers. And this is the focus of the day regarding safety at work which will see the Marshals of the Autodromo Nazionale Monza as protagonists on Saturday 6 April. A day that will enjoy the support of Specialist Motorsport Academy, the ACI training school directed by Raffaele Giammaria on behalf of ACI Sport and which counts on the support of Sport and Health.

The appointment is at 10am at the Tazio Nuvolari Press Room. On the agenda: safety at work during track activity according to law 81/08 also known as the Consolidated Law on Safety, information on interferential risks (those resulting from possible interference between works carried out by different companies), correct use of PPE (personal protective equipment), information on the fire prevention service and a quick overview of the 2024 regulatory changes of the FIA ​​(International Automobile Federation) and ACI Sport (the national Federation).

After an introduction by Alessandro Tibiletti, president of the GUG, the floor will pass to Renato Schmidt, international race director of the Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Pietro Andreoni, motorsport fire prevention expert and Michele Taddei of EcoGeo (ASPP Sias spa).