Brief description of contents
1. Occupational health and safety policies. European, national and regional strategies in the scope of hazard prevention.
2. The legal system for occupational hazard prevention. The concept of preventive legislation. National, international and European legislation. Technical legislation.
3. Collective bargaining in preventive matters: possibilities, levels and content. Analysis of relevant conventional experiences.
4. The subjective scope of hazard prevention: protected groups. Hazard prevention for civil servants and special employees. Hazard prevention in freelance work.
5. Company obligations regarding hazard prevention: general obligations, determination of their scope. Analysis focussed on instrumental obligations.
6. Integrated safety. Risk assessment and preventive planning.
7. Company obligations in relation to particular groups: particularly vulnerable groups, minors, pregnant women, temporary workers and companies offering temporary employment.
8. Monitoring of health.
9. Technical advice in preventive matters: its justification. Preventive organisation in the company: designated employees and individual and joint prevention services. External prevention services: prevention organisations. Preventive resources.
10. Preventive obligations in the event of a concurrence of activities. Contractors and subcontractors. The special regulation of the construction sector.
11. The obligations of employees in preventive matters.
12. The participation of employees in preventive matters. Prevention delegates and Occupational Health and Safety Committees. Competences, faculties and duties.
13. Hazard prevention in the civil service. General and individual systems for certain civil service workers: the military and the police. Hazard prevention in local authorities.
14. The auditing of prevention systems.
15. The connection between hazard prevention and the Social Security system: financing, contributions and public benefits. Possible public benefits derived from complementary systems.