Duration: 20 hours
- Study of the environment, working conditions, and risks arising from the production process;
- Methodology for the investigation and analysis of occupational accidents and diseases;
- Notions about accidents and occupational diseases arising from exposure to risks in the company;
- Understanding Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome - AIDS, and prevention measures;
- Notions on labor and social security legislation relating to occupational safety and health;
- General principles of occupational hygiene and risk control measures;
- Organization of CIPA and other necessary themes for the exercise of the Commission's attributions.
The Internal Commission for the Prevention of Accidents - CIPA, is a committee composed of representatives appointed by the employer and members elected by the workers, in a joint manner, which must be set up and maintained in regular operation by private, public and semi-public companies, organs of direct and indirect administration, charitable institutions, recreational associations, cooperatives, as well as other institutions that admit workers as employees.
CIPA aims to prevent accidents and diseases arising from work, so as to make permanently compatible the work as well as the worker’s life preservation and the promotion of their health.Click here to see the next Suatrans courses dates