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Workshop | Psychosocial Risks and Labour Law

26 Nov / 28 Nov from 09:00 to 18:00
Anf. 3 (Ed. Quelhas)


ISEG and the Working Environment Authority are organising a Thematic Cycle on Health and Safety in the Workplace entitled "Psychosocial Risks and Labour Law", which will be held on the 26 th, 27 th and 28 th of November, at ISEG, in Lecture Theatre 3 (Quelhas Building, 4 th Floor).

This cycle, which will last 3 days, covers various topics related to Health and Safety in the Workplace, and aims to contribute to the development of a culture of prevention, with a special emphasis on inherent Psychosocial Risks and Labour Law, through the dissemination of scientific and technical information and best organizational practices in this area. Promoting a culture of prevention implies adopting practices for the prevention and control of risk at all levels and the need to create a general awareness of safety among workers and employers alike, and establish an organizational framework that guarantees ever higher levels of Health and Safety in the Workplace.

Target audience: trades union leaders and officials, managers, Health and Safety technicians, workers' representatives for Health and Safety in the Workplace (HSW), and the general public.

This Cycle consists of three modules, which cover, respectively: Psychosocial Risks and the Right to Health and Safety in the Workplace (Module 1); Psychosocial Risks in the Workplace (Module 2), and Moral Harassment in the Workplace (Module 3).

The price of attending the whole Cycle is 330 Euros, or alternatively, one can enrol for individual modules: (Module 1 = 130 Euros, Module 2 = 130 Euros, Module 3 = 130 Euros), plus VAT, however participation in all the modules is recommended. This price includes lunches, 2 coffee-breaks/day and the possibility of parking during the 3 days of the course.

The availability of places depends on the capacity of the lecture theatre. To access the programme and the enrolment form click here . The completed form should be sent to .

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