Centro Interamericano de Estudios de Seguridad Social

Infosa

Start date:

August 16

Modality:

Online

Duration:

40 hours

Registration deadline:

Registration open

Cost:

400 USD

Course video:

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General Objective

The participant identifies and understands the concepts of Occupational Risks, their legal and / or regulatory significance, as well as knowledge of analysis and evaluation tools that allows them to develop more robust and preventive programs within an organization, their implementation, their performance evaluation and continuous improvement.



Entry requirements

Be professional personnel of the Occupational Health and Safety services, management and / or coordination of human resources, medical services and in general to those disciplines of process improvement whose vision is also aimed at improving the conditions of a job.


Permanence requirements

• Under health guidelines for the health contingency due to COVID-19.
• Fully and satisfactorily comply with all the activities indicated throughout the activity.
• Accredit the course evaluation.


Technological skills of the participant (preferably)

• Use online communication tools such as email, discussion forums, chats, etc.
• Use of virtual meeting and video calling programs.
• Use of software packages such as MS Office.
• Use of webcam and microphone.
• Use of web browsers.
• File and folder management.
• Use of search engines and library databases.


THEMATIC MODULES


1. WORK RISKS CONCEPTS

OBJECTIVE:

That the participant identify and manage the concepts of work risks within an organizational and legal environment.

THEMATIC CONTENT:

    I. Work risks concepts.

    II. Legal aspect of occupational hazards.

    III. Work risks and their repercussions.

    IV. Theory of causality.



2. WORK RISKS MANAGEMENT

OBJECTIVE:

That the participant identify and manage the concepts of a Management of Work Risks (GRT) within a scope of Management of Safety and Health at Work (GSST) and / or Administration of Safety and Health at Work (ASST).

THEMATIC CONTENT:

    I. Work Risk Management Systems.

    II. Occupational Health and Safety Management and / or Occupational Safety and Health Administration.

    III. Risks and Vulnerability.

    IV. Risks and resilience.




3. TOOLS FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF WORK RISKS

OBJECTIVE:

That the participant knows and manages a tool for the Management of Work Risks in an organization.

THEMATIC CONTENT:

    I. Methodology for the analysis and evaluation of work risks.

    II. Structure of a matrix for risk analysis and evaluation.

    III. Situational diagnosis and Preventive Programs vs Analysis and evaluation of risks.




4. CONSEQUENCES OF WORK RISKS ON THE INTEGRITY AND HEALTH OF WORKERS

August 19, 2021

OBJECTIVE:

That the participant identify and manage the concepts of occupational health, its significance, consequences and ways of generating prevention for occupational health.

THEMATIC CONTENT:

    I. Preventive occupational health services.

    II. Occupational health vs risk analysis and evaluation.

    III. Potential occupational illnesses, pathology, and follow-up.




5. CONSEQUENCES OF WORK RISKS ON THE INTEGRITY AND HEALTH OF WORKERS
(Continuation of module 4).

August 20, 2021

OBJECTIVE:

That the participant identify and manage the concepts of occupational health, its significance, consequences and ways of generating prevention for occupational health.

THEMATIC CONTENT:

    IV. Occupational toxicology as a preventive tool.

    V. Health conservation programs.


Teacher



Dr. Arturo Serpa Villanueva

  • Surgeon graduated from the National Autonomous University of Mexico..
    Specialist in occupational medicine..
    Certified Physician by the Mexican Council of Occupational Medicine. .
  • 30 years of experience in the field of Occupational Health, Safety and Hygiene at Work. In the private initiative in the Sports, Automotive, Chemical, Pharmaceutical, Health Business areas. Holding positions at the managerial level.
  • Teaching participation in various national and international forums, (Health and Safety Diplomas, Toxicology), STPS Master's Degree in the State of Mexico. Civil Protection.
  • Currently he develops activities of Medical and Occupational Health coordination in a Pharmaceutical company.

Teacher



Dr. Gerardo Núñez Mazarrasa

  • Surgeon from the National Autonomous University of Mexico with a specialty from the Mexican National Council for Certification in Occupational Medicine.
  • Leader of the medical sub-committee of the National Chemical Industry Association.
  • He has experience in areas of occupational medicine such as the implementation of programs for the early detection of deterioration in the health of workers, among others.
  • He has experience in the area of ​​industrial hygiene such as situational diagnosis and risk map, risk exposure monitoring, among others.

Teacher



Mtro. Israel Carrillo

  • Industrial Engineer from the IPN campus UPIICSA; Specialist in Safety and Hygiene from the IPN, Diploma in Occupational Safety and Health from the IMSS;
  • Master in Occupational Safety and Hygiene from the STPS of the GEM. With 24 years of work experience in the fields of occupational health and safety; processes; risk management.
  • He has provided his services for the private initiative in the automotive sector, services, as an independent consultant for PEMEX; CFE, Suburban Train; among others.
  • He currently works for the IMSS as Director of CRESTCAP México Poniente, dedicated to the development of human talent in OSH, coordinating a Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety;

Teacher



Dra. Diana Salas Corrales

  • Doctorate in General Medicine and Surgery with a Specialty in Occupational Medicine, 2007.
  • Master in Project Management (PMP), 2013.
  • Master in Health Services Management, 2019.
  • CENDEISSS Tutor, Comprehensive Care for the Elderly Course: 2019 to the present.
  • She currently works as Medical Head of the Operating Room, she is in charge of controlling the use of the operating rooms in order to ensure that the use is efficient and optimal.