Master in Integrated: Environment, Quality and Prevention
In the competitive environment in which we are moving, organizations must manage their daily activities effectively. For this reason, demand management models that can be used as tools for this task. Until now, companies have addressed the problem by opting for the implementation of separate management systems based on models more or less standardized.
It is a fact that the evolution of different versions of the standards of quality, environment and risk prevention, converge towards a single integrated system. The first step was taken on ISO 19011:2002 audits, which serves both to the field of environmental quality. Subsequently, the appearance of OHSAS 18001:2007 and, more recently, ISO 9001:2008, have confirmed this trend.
A high percentage of companies that are posed by systems integration and has at least a system of quality management in place, as it is the most common and widespread. The strategy is to integrate into the existing management manual, particular aspects of the other systems to integrate, optimize resources and costs. In this context, it is essential to ensure that the integrated system suited to the idiosyncrasies of the organizations, for example, large organizations, responsible for appointing an integrated system, and analysis to integrate the common elements to avoid oversizing the system.
Thus, from a practical approach, the Master in Integrated: Environment, Quality and Prevention is an ideal reference for those companies that are seen with the need to incorporate a business philosophy of integrated management system for competitive advantage , seeking to further optimization of existing resources.
Train competent professionals to implement an integrated management system in the enterprise, allowing comply with current legislation and gain competitive advantages.
- Learn a series of concepts related to waste management, treatment of liquid and gaseous effluents, soil remediation and adoption of best practices in the industry, needed to assess the significance of various environmental aspects.
- Know the stages followed in the implementation of an Integrated Management System (environment, quality and prevention), since it makes public the commitment of management to audit and certification stage.
- Writing templates for the development of procedures for environmental and health and safety, technical instructions and plans for any business.
- Conduct an initial environmental assessment of the company, identifying the nature, scope and assessment of significant impacts.
- Know the common and specific basis of a system of integrated management.
- Become aware of the commitment to "continuous improvement" that the company acquired when implementing a management system.
- Learn tips to make a success of the Quality Management System and pass the audit.
- Knowing the need to integrate the management of risk prevention with other management systems the company.
- Study the key concepts used in safety and learn the techniques used in the prevention of accidents.
- Knowing how to act in prevention, based on active methods or pre-incident
- Consider the series of actions dedicated to the identification, evaluation and control of those chemical, physical and biological agents present in the workplace that can cause illness.
- Exposing some common health problems that can cause a deficient situation from the standpoint of ergonomics in the workplace.
- To determine the work organizational factors that can affect both the welfare or health (physical, mental and social) of the worker, as the very development of the work.