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Courses and Workshops

Thematic Cycle | Psychosocial Risks and Labour Rights

24 Jan / 26 Jan from 09:00 to 18:00
ISEG, Lecture Theatre 3 (Quelhas Building)

ISEG-Lisbon School of Economics and Management, Universidade de Lisboa is organising a Thematic Cycle on Health and Safety at Work, entitled "Psychosocial Risks and Labour Rights" to be held on the 24, 25 and 26 January, 2024, at ISEG (Lecture Theatre 3, Quelhas).

This 3-day Cycle covers various topics related to Health at Work and aims to contribute to the development of a culture of prevention, with special emphasis on psychosocial risks and inherent labour rights, through the dissemination of scientific and technical information and good organisational practices in this area. Promoting a culture of prevention implies adopting practices that contribute to the prevention and control of risks at all levels, creating a general awareness of safety in workers and employers and establishing an organisational framework capable of guaranteeing increasingly higher levels of health and safety in the workplace.

This Cycle consists of three modules covering, respectively, Mental Health and Health and Safety Law at Work (Module 1), Psychosocial Risks at Work (Module 2), Moral Harassment at Work and Labour r Law (Module 3). The programme can be seen here.

The price of the course is 330 euros, with the option to also register for each module individually (1st Module = 140 euros, 2nd Module = 140 euros, 3rd Module = 140 euros). Given the integrative nature of the course, it is recommended to attend all the modules. The price includes free parking for the three days of the course.

The availability of places is subject to the capacity of the available facilities. Once filled in, please send the registration form available on this link by email to

Cycle date
24, 25, and 26 January, 2024.

Cycle timetable
09.00 - 18.00.

Target audience
Trade union officials and leaders, managers, occupational safety and health technicians, workers' representatives in the field of occupational safety and health (OSH), the general public.

Further information
Tel: 916301300