Occupational health and safety (OHS)

Occupational health

Specialty

First cicle

Occupational health and safety (OHS) specialisation at UEM (WSEiZ) in Warsaw – why is it worth it?

Why is it worth it?

FOR WHOM WAS OHS SPECIALISATION CREATED?
If you are interested in occupational health and safety issues and you are looking for knowledge for your practical profession, then OHS is the specialisation for you.

PRACTICAL ASPECT OF THE PROFESSION
During your studies you will obtain the qualifications necessary to perform the tasks of an occupational health and safety officer, in accordance with current legislation. Additionally, we will enable you to prepare for obtaining an international certificate confirming your professional skills as an ergonomist CREE. You will also have the opportunity to complete training as an „Environmental management system auditor” and an „Occupational safety management auditor”.

PROSPECTIVE EDUCATION
With a degree in OHS specialisation you will become familiar with the latest concepts, trends and instruments (including the legal ones) in ergonomics, occupational health and safety, as well as work environment management support systems. In the course of study you will learn how to apply and use the advances in science and technology to optimise the relationship between man, his work and the conditions under which that work is carried out.

Subjects

Subjects

SPECIALITY SUBJECTS (compulsory):

Conceptual and corrective ergonomics

Occupational physiology and industrial hygiene

Legal work protection

Occupational health and safety

Organisation and working methods of OHS services

Analysis and assessment of risks in the working environment

Occupational risk assessment

Fire protection and rescue

Accidents at work and occupational diseases

Didactics of occupational safety and health

Occupational psychology

Crisis management

Diploma seminar

BASIC AND SPECIFIC SUBJECTS FOR MANAGEMENT AND PRODUCTION ENGINEERING SPECIALISATION (compulsory)

Ecology

English language

Mathematics

Materials science

Microeconomics

Basics of management

Logistics

Macroeconomics

Basics of marketing

Information technology

Strength of materials

Workplace safety and ergonomics

Corporate finance

Physics

Engineering graphics

Statistics

Database

Economic law

Engineering design

Quality management

Production and service management

Operational research

Metrology

Computer networks and Internet techniques

Cax systems

Environmental management

Automation and robotisation of production

Process engineering

Consultation and writing the diploma thesis

Fluid mechanics

Professional practice

Computer programming

Cost accounting

Accountancy

IT systems in production management

Modelling of production processes

Production processes