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Center: Structure Tele ULPGC. Degree: Master's Degree in Occupational Risk Prevention (distance learning). Type: Master. Branch: Social Sciences and Law [+]
Master's Degree in Occupational Risk Prevention (distance learning)
Center: Structure Tele ULPGC
Degree: Master's Degree in Occupational Risk Prevention (distance learning)
Branch: Social Sciences and Law
ECTS Credit Hours: 25
Degree of presence: 40%
Total credits: 90
First courseKNOWLEDGE FOR HARMONISATION AND GROUNDS FOR IMPROVEMENT OF WORKING CONDITIONS Compulsory THE LEGAL SCOPE OF PREVENTION Compulsory INTRODUCTION TO OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY Compulsory INTRODUCTION TO OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH Compulsory INTRODUCTION TO OCCUPATIONAL ERGONOMICS Compulsory INTRODUCTION TO WORK Compulsory psychosociology SAFETY FROM SPECIFIC RISKS Compulsory Compulsory ERGONOMICS AND WORK LOAD Compulsory ERGONOMICS AND METHODS OF ASSESSMENT Applied Psychology Compulsory ... [-]