- This course is offered in 36 hours
At the end of the course, the student will:
a) Understand the concept of the human – machine interface,
b) Be able to explain the factors influencing the reception, processing and storage of information in humans,
c) Understand how physiological characteristics influence the extent of physical activity,
d) Have acquired knowledge of anthropometric principles and their application,
e) Be able to demonstrate the application of ergonomics in the occupational environment.
The course will consider both the physiological and psychological aspects of ergonomics. Specific subjects will include ergonomic physiology of work, manual handling, repetitive task, the effects of posture, Information processing and human-machine interactions.
The emphasis will be on student-centered work supported by distance learning materials. WebCT will be used to support this course.
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- BSc.(Hons) Occupational Safety, Health and Environment (Top-Up)
Across the world there is increasing demand for qualified and professional safety and hygiene personnel. Their roles and responsibilities now often encompass environmental issues. This top-up programme in Occupational Health and Safety is a novel approach to delivering HSE training and will allow a wider range of applicants to gain access to this growing field of employment.
This programme, delivered by lecturers at SBCS with industry expertise and awarded by the University of Greenwich, is currently the only programme offered locally accredited by the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH). Graduates will be eligible to apply for graduate membership from IOSH.
At SBCS we focus on -
- Producing graduates who are capable of thinking critically, creatively and ethically.
- Graduates who are team players with the ability to communicate persuasively.
Highlights at a glance -
- Final Year (Top-up)
- IOSH Accredited (Global Recognition and Portability)
- Multiple Entry Paths
- Multiple Campuses
- Expert Lecturers