By the study of Occupational Medicine the student will be able to achieve the following training objectives.
- Knowledge and understanding: acquire the basics of knowledge and understanding of the close relationship between the work environment, health and the living environment.
- Applying knowledge and understanding: be able to recognize the risks and problems concerning health and safety in the workplace and know how to deal with them and solve them.
- Making judgements: thanks to the training received, being able to independently assess the risks and choices to be made in the area of safety and health in the workplace.

- Communication skills: knowing how to talk with work colleagues and users, even about problems related to safety and health in the workplace, is a sure improvement / increase in the communication skills of the student / worker.
- Learning skills: perfect their training thanks to the learning of concepts and procedures in the field of safety and health in the workplace, with which they will be confronted on a daily basis once inserted in the working mode.
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Teaching Programme of Occupational Medicine for the Master of Science in Interclass Coordinator of Educational Services and Social Services

- Occupational Medicine, definition and general arrangement;
- Reference standards on health and safety at the workplace;
- Legislative Decree 81/2008;
- The concept of risk and risk assessment;
- Risk factors: chemical agents, physical agents, biological agents;
- Health Surveillance;
- Accident at work;
- Personal Protective Equipment and First Aid;
- Paperwork;
- Pregnancy and work;
- Obesity and work;
- Alcohol and work;
- Noise and work;
- Disability and employment;
- Manual handling of loads;
- Work-related stress;
- Tumors professional;
- Risks in some particular working environments, health, agriculture.

Core Documentation

Occupational Medicine, Pier Alberto Bertazzi, Raffaello Cortina Ed.