Environmental Risk Assessment

This course is meant to extend perception of environmental risks throughout students’ of engineering background. We aim to involve students enrolled in this course into fully understanding basic concepts of environmental safety, recognize risks and propose solutions for each of them.

Occupational health and safety

The course provides with an overview of the theory and practice of health and safety management and instruments used in Romania and EU. Students enrolled in this course will acquire knowledge of a variety of instruments unused in Health and Safety, Risk evaluation and Plan the prevention of it.

Workplace Social Inclusion

The course is designed to strengthen relations between people, broaden the principles of respect and personal rights in society. In addition, the modules will cover the concepts of social integration, lifelong learning.

Safety in process industries

Safety in the process industries aims to ensure the safety of people involved in process plants, especially those who face its immediate hazards and dangers. The course will cover topics of paramount importance, discussions of electrical, chemical and physical hazards and their long term impact, industrial hygiene.

Exams were scheduled as following:

The 7 best students from each partner university participated in the Winter School organized by the University of Naples Federico II, Italy.

Course Day 1/ time Day 2/ time
Environmental Risk Assessment (ERA 16 May 2022: 10.00 – 10.50 (CET) 24 May 2022/16.00 – 16.50 (CET)
Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) 16 May 2022: 10.00 – 10.50 (CET) 24 May 2022/16.00 – 16.50 (CET)
Workplace Social Inclusion (WSI) 20 May 2022: 10.00 – 10.50 (CET) 30 May 2022/16.00 – 16.50 (CET)
Safety in Process Industries (SPI) 20 May 2022: 10.00 – 10.50 (CET) 30 May 2022/16.00 – 16.50 (CET)
In the framework of SafeEngine project, students from partner universities had the opportunity to participate within the project to an online training session.

Detailed information on training session:

Once that the students were registered and accepted to participate in the SafeEngine training session, they received credentials to be able to access the available information on the selected course. For participating to this activity, in the registration phase, students selected at least two courses from the available list.
The self-evaluation tests were done after each course. The final evaluation of the students was done at the end of the training session. Students could sign up for exams only after successfully attending all web-lessons (compulsory attendance, verified through online check). The final evaluation was done by including a set of 50 questions. Exams were considered successful if the correct answers provided by the student were at least 50% of the total number of questions.  If the students received the minimum requisites for at least 2/4 course, they received 4 ETCS credits and a Certificate of Attendance.

Short-term joint staff training