Understanding and knowledge of the main concepts, theoretical perspectives, methodology and application of ergonomics.
Understanding of ergonomic, psychosocial and organisational risk assessment systems in addition to the design of systems and products that act as prevention measures.
Ability to perform an indoor air quality diagnosis and subsequently control it.
Understanding and knowledge of the nature and concepts of the different psychosocial aspects in the work environment.
Ability to identify the context in which a psychological conduct or process which must be acted upon takes place in the work environment (harassment, stress, burnout, etc.).
Ability to define organisational factors that may affect the health of workers (shift work, night work, etc.).