Ability to apply legal standards in scenarios of ergonomic, psychosocial and organisational risks.
Knowledge and understanding of the concepts, theories and applications of ergonomics and psychology in specific areas and the consequences of these applications.
Ability to connect psychosocial and organisational aspects with specific practical aspects and occupational policies.
Ability to use instruments that measure risk factors derived from ergonomics (measurement of thermal, acoustic and visual comfort) and specific methodologies to handle workload, repetitive movements and work postures (NIOSH, OCRA, STRAIN, INDEX, OWAS, REBA).
Understanding of how to design work posts.
Ability to establish assessment methods and psychosocial intervention procedures in business organisations.
Ability to apply the knowledge acquired to real situations via practical cases and workshops to be undertaken in the classroom or in the specific work environment where the risk can be generated.