In the first 8 months of 2023 they register 383,242 accident reportsa decrease of 20.9% compared to the same period in 2022 and 8.1% compared to 2019, the year before the pandemic. There were 657 fatal reports, decreased compared to the period January-August 2022, and compared to 2019. However, in 2022, 817 workers died with an occupational disease recognized, of which 161 were due to silicosis/asbestosis. These are the data expected by the Extraordinary CommissionerInailFabrizio D’Ascenzo, on the occasion of Annual report 2022 presented today in Rome.
The Reports of occupational diseasesagain in the first eight months of the year, are 48,514, with a increase by 23.2% compared to the same period in 2022. The increase is 18.2% compared to 2019.
In 2022, healthcare services worth 7.3 million were provided
In 2022, INAIL provided around 7.3 million health care services for accidents and occupational diseases, while the “primary care services” provided in the Institute’s 128 clinics amounted to more than 521,000. This emerges from Inail’s 2022 annual report presented today in Rome.
Inail, 43,500 irregular workers were discovered in 2022. Over 2,200 in black, 93 million recovered
In 2022, 9,267 companies were audited, identified through the business intelligence system, which allowed effective control of supervisory activity. Thanks to the checks, they were 43,583 workers were regularized, 2,234 of them illegal, and bonuses worth over 93 million euros were identified and applied for. The institute’s 210 inspectors (223 in 2021), it goes on to say, have carried out “intensive support activities for the administrative sector with more than 2,700 investigations into fatal, serious and commuting accidents as well as occupational diseases, also with the aim of providing timely care.” of the bereaved by social-educational specialists”.
At the end of 2022, almost 633 thousand accident pensions. 2.9% less than in the previous year
They will be registered with Inail on December 31, 2022 632,892 pensions are administered due to permanent disability and survivors, 2.9% less than the previous year. The newly established pensions amount to around 16,700. The institute points this out in its annual report. In 2022, the INAIL provided around 7.3 million health services for accidents and occupational diseases, while the “first aid” services provided in the Institute’s 128 clinics exceeded 521,000.