Develops and directs vital safety systems focused on prevention and health in organizations. Apply effective models thanks to the Master in Health, Occupational Safety and Prevention of Occupational Risks.
Professional outingsDirector of Quality, Sustainability or Risk Management
Technician responsible for the implementation of Quality and Management Systems
Quality and Environment Technician
Consultant or Auditor of Quality Systems
Consultant or Auditor of Management Systems
Director of Quality, Environment or Occupational Risk Prevention
Consultant specialized in occupational health and safety management
Trainer in risk prevention
Head of occupational health and safety
Head of risk analysis and control area
Health and hygiene technicianKnowledgeMultiple skills that will open doors for you
The specific academic training of the students of the Master's program in Occupational Health and Safety with a mention in Occupational Risk Prevention, provides professionals with the possibility of:Evaluate, plan, develop and coordinate preventive action in companies
Develop risk assessments that require non-mechanical measurements or interpretations of the assessment criteria, taking into account all preventive disciplines
Provide training and information of a general nature, at all levels, and in aspects such as industrial hygiene, safety at work and ergonomics
Identify and evaluate risks and damages to workers' health
Implement a health and safety system in companies and establish procedures to control the effectiveness of planned measures
Manage the necessary resources for the development and implementation of intervention programs and plans to improve working conditions in the company
Participate in research on damage to workers' health
Obtain methodological and instrumental training that is useful in your professional and research lifeAdvantages of the Online MethodologyThe 100% online methodology, allowing real-time interactions between teachers and students.
Through the Virtual Campus, the student accesses in a simple, friendly and intuitive way, all the resources and contents necessary to achieve the development of the necessary competencies and skills. Didactic resources that by design optimize time and thus allow an effective learning experience to be achieved.
Following the design and the didactic sequence, the student determines the workload and rhythm, being able at all times through the platform to request the guidance and support of the teachers and tutors.
The model is completed with tutorials, classes and virtual practical experiences in real time, the student interacting with the teacher to develop or deepen practical and relevant aspects of the subject content.
The master's degree organizes the eleven subjects of which it is composed, in two ordinary academic periods of 18 weeks duration, so that the student has five weeks to achieve the learning objectives of each subject.
The tutorials, classes and virtual practical experiences in real time are given every two weeks, on Thursday afternoons, Friday afternoons and Saturday. (* The schedule will be adjusted to the teaching sequence, seeking to be compatible with the work activity).
ContentsLegal aspects of occupational risk preventionWork and Health: occupational risk
Prevention and protection of health
Legal framework of the PRL
Regulation of PRL services
Transversal legislation of PRL
PRL technical legislation
Industrial safety legislation
Other criteria applicable to Prevention
Coaching and leadership
Business ethics managementPreventive planningPrevention management: PRL plan
Identification of hazards and risk factors
Risk assessment methodology
Planning of preventive action
Health promotion in the company
Lifeguard and first aidSafety at WorkWork places
Work teams II
Electrical risk II
Facilities: heating, AA,….
Storage of chemicals and waste
Work at height
Work in confined spaces
BuildingIndustrial hygieneChemical agents: types of pollutants
Chemical agents: exposure to pollutants
Chemical agents: exposure control
Chemical agents: exposure control II
Chemical agents: toxicology
Chemical agents: specific risks
Physical agents: noise
Physical agents: vibration
Physical agents: thermal environment
Physical agents: lighting
Physical agents: ionizing radiation
Physical agents: non-ionizing radiation
Biological agents; Biological risk
Biological agents: control of biological risk
Biological agents: legionellaDegree PlanDesign and implementation of projects with applied research and / or development components
Design and writing of high-level professional articles
Analysis of practical models for the development of the exam of complex characterErgonomics and applied psychosociologyErgonomics: concepts
Ergonomics - workplace design
Ergonomics: physical postural load and movements
Ergonomics: manual handling of loads
Ergonomics - data display screens (PVD)
Ergonomics: thermohygrometric comfort
Ergonomics: light comfort
Ergonomics: acoustic comfort
Ergonomics: air quality
Psychosocial: mental burden
Psychosocial: risk factors
Psychosocial: risk assessment and study
Psychosocial: burn out
Psychosocial: moobingRelated topicsTraining needs detection
Conflict resolution regarding prevention
Business ethics and deontologyOccupational risk prevention systemsManagement Systems in legislation
ISO 45001: structure and models of management systems
ISO 45001: context of organization and leadership
ISO 45001: management system planning
ISO 45001: implementation and performance
ISO 45001: verification, review and improvement
ISO 45001: quality management systems
ISO 45001: environmental management systems
Integration of management systems
Road safetyAudit of PRL management systemsISO 19011: 2018. Audit characteristics
ISO 19011: 2018. Planning and scheduling audits
ISO 19011: 2018. The audit process
ISO 19011: 2018. Conduct of audit activities
ISO 19011: 2018. The audit report
ISO 19011: 2018. Audit follow-up
Economics of occupational risk prevention
Prevention of occupational risks in the construction sector
Prevention of occupational hazards in the extractive industries sector and the transport sector
Prevention of occupational hazards in the fishing sector and agricultural sectorCorporate Social ResponsibilityIntroduction to CSR. Links with quality, the environment and occupational health and safety
Corporate social responsibility and situation in Spain
Social responsibility of companies and SMEs
Standards and models for CSR management
CSR management according to the SGE21 standard and integrationProfessional deontologyHumanistic vision for technical management and professional ethics
Ethics of the public service facing the risks of arbitrariness and abuse of power.
Ethical responsibility for environmental care and other global problems.
Scope of liabilityAdmission profileGiven the nature of the program, third-level graduates will enter.
Those professionals whose degrees belong to the broad field of Services in accordance with the nomenclature of professional titles and academic degrees access preferentially.
Other professionals who have a third-level degree in a different broad field, accrediting professional or academic experience in positions or activities related to occupational health and safety.