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the organisational model

The organisational model adopted by OSA for the provision of services is based on specialisation and includes 8 Divisions of Activities.

ADI DIVISION

Coordinates the Integrated Home Care (ADI) services throughout the country and collaborates with the Sicily and Lombardy Divisions. Inside, it operates, with separate organisation and responsibilities, also the ADI service in private form.

HOSPITAL DIVISION

It deals with the management of hospital services that OSA ensures in some of the most important hospitals in Rome.

LOMBARDY DIVISION

Ensures the coordination of all the services present in the Region.

SICILY DIVISION

Coordinates Home Care in the territory of Palermo and Agrigento.

 

SOCIAL DIVISION

Responsible for the organisation of home and residential social assistance for minors, the elderly and people with disabilities in the territories of the Municipalities of Rome, Latina and Frosinone.

REHABILITATION DIVISION

Responsible for the management of all diagnostic and rehabilitation activities carried out at the Roman clinics in Via Taldi and Via Majorana, rehabilitation home care for ASL Roma 2 and the Day Centre in Via Majorana.

CRAP MANAGEMENT

It concerns the services provided at the CRAP (Psychiatric Care Rehabilitation Communities) in the province of Foggia.

RSSA MESAGNE

Manages activities at Residenze Socio-Sanitarie Assistenziali Villa Bianca and Casa Melissa, in Mesagne (BR).

OSAand the Organisational Model 231

The Cooperative OSA has its own model of organisation, management and control to prevent and reduce the risk of committing crimes during the performance of its business activities, as provided for by Legislative Decree 231/2001 and in line with its code of ethics and Confcooperative guidelines.

Legislative Decree 231/2001 introduced into the Italian legal system the criminal liability of entities and companies for crimes committed by directors or employees in the interest or for the benefit of the entity or company itself and aims to exclude criminal liability only if the company has adopted a management and control model to prevent them.

The Organisational Model, put in place by Cooperativa OSA, identifies the areas of risk and the areas in which the exercise of corporate functions and duties may lead to the commission of one of the envisaged crimes and defines the procedures that, depending on the identified risk area and the worker concerned, must be followed to prevent the commission of crimes.

The task of supervising the correct functioning and observance of the Model and updating it is, according to the provisions of Legislative Decree 231/2001, the Supervisory Body, consisting of three members appointed by the Board of Directors of the Cooperative and endowed with autonomous powers of initiative and control.

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