Università degli Studi di Napoli "Parthenope"

Teaching schedule

Academic year: 
2020/2021
Belonging course: 
Course of Master's Degree Programme on ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT
Location: 
Napoli
Disciplinary sector: 
MATERIALS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (ING-IND/22)
Language: 
Italian
Credits: 
6
Year of study: 
1
Teachers: 
Cycle: 
First Semester
Hours of front activity: 
48

Language

Lectures in English

Course description

The course aims to provide the basic knowledge of Industrial Safety Management, with particular reference to the acquisition of technical expertise in relation to the correct choice of materials and techniques used in engineering applications, as well as in the supervision of works and testing. Particular attention will be given to scheduling activities according to methods to manage the activities by reducing the risks of interference. Risk assessment in temporary and mobile workplaces, as well as fixed.

LEARNING OUTCOMES:
Understanding the terminology used in the security sector with particular reference to hazardous and non-hazardous materials, as well as manufacturing and processing technologies.

APPLYING KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING:
Being able to choose the most appropriate materials and technical solutions to the specific application and to understand industrial innovations with particular reference to safety regulations.

MAKING JUDGEMENTS:
Ability to critically evaluate project choices in relation to proper security management in order to propose appropriate solutions with appropriate methods to schedule and organize activities and to minimize risks.

COMMUNICATIVE SKILLS
To be able to dialogue using the correct technical terminology; to be able to collaborate with other professionals for the development of multidisciplinary work; to motivate the design choices made in relation to the use of the most effective risk minimization techniques.

LEARNING SKILLS
Communicate with competence information, ideas, problems and solutions; know how to apply the acquired knowledge to different contexts from those presented during the course, and to deepen the topics discussed with reference to evolution and innovation in the field of industrial security management.

Prerequisites

The student must have acquired and assimilated the basic engineering knowledge from the Bachelor Degree.

Syllabus

The basic legislation on safety and hygiene at work; the contractual rules relating to safety and health at work; the law on accident insurance at work;
• European standards and their value; the rules of good technique; the Product Directives;
• The Single text on health and safety at workplaces with particular reference to
Title I. Subjects of the Company Prevention System: Tasks, Obligations, Responsibilities
civil and criminal. Methodologies for identifying, analyzing and evaluating risks;
• Specific legislation on health and safety in temporary or mobile sites and in the
work on the floor. Title IV of the Consolidated Law on health and safety in the workplace;
• The figures involved in the implementation of the work: duties, obligations, civil and criminal liability;
• The Law on Public Works and the main implementing Decrees;
• sanctioning discipline and inspection procedures;
• Scheduling activities;
• The correct choice of materials;
• Hazardous and non-hazardous materials;
• Industrial Safety Management Techniques;
• Risk of falling from above. Provisional works;
• Risk in demolition, industrial disassembling;
• Chemical risk;
• Asbestos risk;
• The risks associated with the use of working machinery and equipment with particular reference to the lifting and transport equipment;
• The risks of manual handling of loads
The risks of mounting and disassembling prefabricated elements;
• Individual protection devices and safety signs;
• Documentary Obligations by Customers, Businesses, Security Coordinators;
• The minimum content of the safety and coordination plan, the replacement safety plan and
of the operational safety plan;
• The methodological criteria for:
(a) the development of the safety and coordination plan and the integration with the operational safety plans and the dossier;
b) the development of the operational safety plan;
c) the processing of the dossier;
d) processing Pi.M.U.S;
(e) the estimate of the cost of security.

The sector-specific legislation (16 hours)
• The basic legislation on safety and hygiene at work; the contractual rules relating to safety and health at work; the law on accident insurance at work;
• European standards and their value; the rules of good technique; the Product Directives;
• The Single text on health and safety at workplaces with particular reference to Title I. Subjects of the Company Prevention System: Tasks, Obligations, Responsibilities civil and criminal. Methodologies for identifying, analyzing and evaluating risks;
• Specific legislation on health and safety in temporary or mobile sites and in the work on the floor. Title IV of the Consolidated Law on health and safety in the workplace;
• The figures involved in the implementation of the work: duties, obligations, civil and criminal liability;
• The Law on Public Works and the main implementing Decrees;
• sanctioning discipline and inspection procedures;

Evaluation of risks in temporary and mobile construction sites (16 hours).
• Scheduling activities;
• The correct choice of materials;
• Hazardous and non-hazardous materials;
• Industrial Safety Management Techniques;
• Risk of falling from above. Provisional works;
• Risk in demolition, industrial disassembling;
• Chemical risk;
• Asbestos risk;
• The risks associated with the use of working machinery and equipment with particular reference to the lifting and transport equipment;
• The risks of manual handling of loads
The risks of mounting and disassembling prefabricated elements;
• Individual protection devices and safety signs;

Safety plans (16 hours)
• Documentary Obligations by Customers, Businesses, Security Coordinators;
• The minimum content of the safety and coordination plan, the replacement safety plan and
of the operational safety plan;
• The methodological criteria for:
(a) the development of the safety and coordination plan and the integration with the operational safety plans and the dossier;
b) the development of the operational safety plan;
c) the processing of the dossier;
d) processing Pi.M.U.S;
(e) the estimate of the cost of security.

Teaching Methods

The course is organized with in-class teaching activities.

Textbooks

Testo Unico sulla salute e sicurezza sul lavoro (free download http://www.lavoro.gov.it/priorita/Pagine/Testo-Unico-sulla-salute-e-sicu... )
“Gestire la sicurezza sul lavoro” Elena Cossu. Hoepli.

Learning assessment

The final exam consists of a written and oral test and is intended to ensure the acquisition of the knowledge and skills acquired during the course.
The written exam consists of open or closed questions regarding topics taught during lectures or during the exercises and present in the assignments provided to the students.
During the oral exam, which will last from 20 to 40 minutes, will be evaluated the level of theoretical knowledge acquired during the course and the ability to apply it in different civil engineering contexts. Finally, the level of communicative abilities and the clarity of the exhibition will be taken into account.
For the purposes of the evaluation, account is also taken of group practice exercises during the semester, with particular emphasis on the critical capacity with which the students addressed the proposed subject.

More information

Office hours: Wednesday 12:00-16:00 p.m.
Every day by appointment (e-mail or WhatsApp 3402427322).

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