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The legislator defines "Employee" as "a person who, regardless of the contractual type, carries out work within the organization of a public or private employer, with or without remuneration, even solely for the purpose of learning a trade, craft, or profession, excluding domestic and family service workers" (article 2, paragraph 1, letter a), Legislative Decree no. 81/08 and subsequent amendments).

Article 20, paragraph 1 of Legislative Decree 81/08 states that every worker must take care of their own health and safety and that of other persons present in the workplace, on whom the effects of their actions or omissions fall, in accordance with their training, instructions, and means provided by the employer. Finally, paragraph 3 obliges workers in companies operating under subcontracting to display a special identification card, accompanied by a photograph, containing the worker's personal details and the indication of the employer. This obligation also applies to self-employed workers who directly carry out their activity in the same workplace, who are required to provide it on their own behalf.

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