GENERAL: – To know the main legislation applicable to the capture and disposal of water, production, transportation and disposal of solid waste, discharge of air pollutants and noise production with sensitive receivers. – To adjust the main legal requirements to the activity of an organization. SPECIFIC: A – To identify water uses subject to licensing. B – To know the main rules to be followed in the management of solid waste, assign the LER codes to each residue and the rules concerning its road transport and final disposal. C – To identify the stationary sources of air pollutant emissions, to know how to interpret the pollutant emission limit values and set the frequency of self-control. D – To know the general regulation of the noise and to find out how an assessment of environmental noise should be performed. E – To know how to apply the legal requirements and applicable regulations for water, solid waste, air emissions and environmental noise to the daily activity of an organization.
General Objectives: – To frame the Ergonomics in the employment context, taking into account its scientific foundation and the main branches of learning as it is based. Specific Objectives: A – To characterize the ergonomics approach of man-machine systems, identifying its essentials (interface, workspace, work load and their biomechanical and physiological demands, psychological, physical and psychological); B – To identify indicators of potential ergonomic problems; C – To understand the anthropometric data and relate them to design criteria; D – To understand and know how to apply methods of risk assessment of cargo handling; E – To understand the importance of ergonomic analysis of workplace; F – To know how to implement methods for ergonomic analysis; G – To acquire the ability to propose corrective actions taking into account the results of the application of ergonomic analysis methods.
GENERAL OBJECTIVES: – To raise awareness on the need to quantify the physical factors; – To acquire knowledge in the prevention of occupational hazards. The importance of recognizing the occupational disease and risk prevention; – To know the material and technological equipment; – To know how to use the main measurement equipment, the procedures to adopt and to process the data obtained. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES: A – To operate in the Occupational Safety and Health universe, knowing the materials, technologies and equipments; B – To be able to interpret and guide the consequences of working conditions: occupational illnesses related to the covered risks; C – To know the techniques of analytical determinations of some of the most important physical factors of the work environment; D – To assess analytical determinations carried out by external entities; E – To interpret the results of analytical determinations and conclude about the actual risk.
General Objectives: Transmission of knowledge, techniques and methodologies, focusing on the mainstreaming of skills in Safety with Hazardous Chemical Agents. Specific Objectives: A – To identify hazardous materials and their risks. B – To recognize the basic principles of classification, labelling and packaging of dangerous products. C – To analyze and interpret safety data sheets. D – To develop exposure assessment procedures and plan preventive and protective measures.
General: – To identify occupational hazards and prevention and protection measures; – To know the legal requirements related to work safety and its applicability. Specific: 1 – To identify causes of occupational accidents and apply preventive measures; 2 – To identify personal protective equipment and collective protection measures and selection criteria; 3 – To identify safety signs and select the signal in accordance with the existing risks; 4 – To identify and implement measures of prevention and protection for electrical hazards; 5 – To identify risks associated with the use of pressure equipment; 6 – To identify prevention measures associated with pressure equipment; 7 – To identify sites and risk areas of explosion; 8 – To select measures for explosion protection; 9 – To know to prepare a manual for explosion protection; 10 – To understand the concept of local measures with risk of explosion; 11 – To assess risks and protective measures associated with work in confined spaces.
General Objectives: – Transmission of knowledge, techniques and methodologies, focusing on the mainstreaming of skills in assessment and control of occupational hazards. Specific Objectives: A – Collaborate in setting the company’s general policy on the prevention of risks and plan and implement appropriate management system; B – Developing processes for risk assessment; C – Design, plan and develop prevention and protection systems.
General Objectives: To interpret and orient the consequences of work conditions: occupational diseases, work accidents. Specific Objectives: A – To dominate knowledge in the prevention of occupational hazards; the importance of recognition of occupational diseases, their participation and social benefits, as well as accidents at work and devaluation and calculation of IPP – Permanent Partial Incapacity; B – To manage the employees and situations of shift work; C – To know how to act in situations requiring first aid.
GENERAL OBJECTIVES: – Provide students, within their future professional activities, with the skills and technical skills necessary to implement and organize a quality management system in organizations. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES: – Define and understand the vocabulary related to Quality; – Identify and state the main legal aspects applicable to the Quality organization; – Design, develop and implement a Quality Management System, according to NP EN ISO 9001.
– To know the main problems and understand the need for an effective policy, with principles and management tools, to ensure sustainable development.
– To know the requirements and scope of the main instruments of management and procedural formalities.
A – To explain the main environmental problems.
B – To identify the main policies, principles and management tools.
C – To know the activities covered by the environmental impact assessment system, the main obligations for the operator and the procedure for licensing the activity.
D – To know which activities are covered by the scheme of industrial emissions and the main obligations for operators.
E – To calculate the power consumption of an activity and verify the applicability of the Intensive energy consumer management system.
F – To identify the activities covered by the environmental liability regime and how to provide the required financial warranty.
Introduction to environmental management.
Responsible industry system.
Environmental impact assessment.
Industrial emissions regime.
Intensive energy consumer management system.
Students should be able to understand the risks associated with machinery and work equipment and of the techniques that are available to prevent them:
1. Identify hazards and estimate risks associated with the use of machinery and work equipment.
2. Know and apply prevention techniques associated with the design and manufacture of machinery.
3. Apply techniques of improvement of the safety of existing machinery and work equipment, through their adaptation.
4. To promote improvements in the safety of existing machinery and work equipment, through the application of organizational measures
5. Know the existing European regulatory framework on safety of machinery;
1. Introduction and concepts
2. Technical evolution and safety of machinery.
3. Machinery accidents
4. Legislation and safety of machinery
5. Regulations associated with machinery risks
6. The new approach
7. Normalization and standards hierarchy
8. Practical cases: directive and the design of machinery
9. Methodology of safety integration in the design according to ISO 12100.
10. Adaptation of existing work equipment according to european regulations
11. Sectoral approaches to machinery safety
12. Practical cases linked to sectoral use of machinery (woodworking, civil works, load lifting, mobile machinery)
13. Pressure vessels safety
A – Recognize the importance and benefits of the implementation and certification of an environmental management system.
B – To know the requirements of standard EN ISO 14001: 2015.
C – To apply the NP EN ISO 14001: 2015 to a practical case study.
Documentary supports, in digital format, prepared and made available by the teacher, on the platform moodle, of pedagogical support to the classes.
Legislation, recommendations and technical standards.
ISO 14001:2015 – Environmental Management Systems – Requirements and guidelines for your use. IPQ, Caparica.
– To give students, as part of their future professional activities, technical skills necessary to organize and implement safety and health at work in companies and agencies of Public Administration.
A – Organize, develop and manage safety and health at work services when integrated within an organization;
B – Apply methodologies and analytical techniques for the interpretation of safety indicators and quantifying the cost of safety;
C – Interpret and apply the reference standard ISO 45001:2018 and NP 4397:2008 / OHSAS 18001: 2007, aimed at their integration into a management system;
D – Audit the management systems of health and safety at work.
1. Introduction to health and safety at Work;
2. Organization and management of services of health and safety at work – Integrated and systemic vision;
3. Safety indicators and costs;
4. Professional profile of higher technical of safety at work;
5. Management system of health and safety at work.