ISEG – School of Economics and Management of the Universidade de Lisboa and ACT – Authority for Working Conditions organize a Thematic Cycle in the field of Health and Safety at Work, entitled “Psychosocial Risks and Labor Rights” to be held on the 26th, 27th and 28th November, 2018, during working hours, from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm, at Amphitheater 3, at Quelhas 6, ISEG.
This three-day cycle covers several themes related to Occupational Health and aims to contribute to the development of a culture of prevention, with special emphasis on psychosocial risks and inherent labor rights, through the dissemination of scientific, technical information and good organizational practices in this area. Promoting a culture of prevention means adopting practices that contribute to risk prevention and control at all levels, creating a general safety awareness for workers and employers, and establishing an organizational framework that can ensure increasingly high levels of health and safety at work. workplace.
It consists of three modules that deal, respectively: Mental Health and Occupational Safety and Health Law (Module 1), Psychosocial Risks at Work (Module 2) and Moral Harassment at Work and Labor Law (Module 3).
The price of the cycle is 330 euros, and enrollment can also be made in each of the individual modules (1st module = 130 euros, 2nd module = 130 euros, 3rd module = 130 euros). Given the integrative nature of the course, it is recommended that all modules be attended. At these prices plus the VAT in force. The price includes lunch, 2 coffee-break / day and possibility of parking, during the 3 days of the course.
This cycle is aimed at trade union leaders and managers, managers, occupational safety and health technicians, workers’ representatives in occupational safety and health (OSH) and the public in general.
The availability of vacancies is subject to the capacity of the facilities available.