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Syllabus “Life Safety”

Syllabus “Safety in IT industry”

Syllabus “Organization of working conditions management”

Syllabus «Ecological safety»

SYLLABUS

“Life Safety”

 

Fields nameDetailed content, comments
1Name of FacultyFaculty of Automatics and Computerized Technologies
2Level of higher educationBachelor level
3Code and title of specialtyAll specialties of University
4Type and title of the educational program
5Code and title of the disciplineLife Safety
6Number of ECTS credits3
7The structure of the course (distribution by type and hours of training)Lectures – 18 hours

Laboratory works – 12 hours

Practical lessons – 6 hours

Independent work – 48 hours

Consultations – 6 hours

Test – 2 hours

8Schedule (terms) of study of the subject1-2 course, 1-4 semester
9Prerequisites for learning the disciplinePhysics, Higher Mathematics
10Abstract (content) of the disciplineSection 1. Theoretical foundations of Life safety

Topic 1.1. Problem of human safety

Topic 1.2 The concept of danger

Topic 1.3. Application of risk approach for construction of probabilistic structural-logical models of dangers

Topic 1.4 Ensuring human safety

Topic 1.5 Industrial and domestic accidents

Section 2. Technogenic hazards and its consequences

Topic 2.1 The effects of electrical shorting on the human body

Topic 2.2 Electromagnetic fields and radiation of radio frequency and optical bands

Topic 2.3 Noise and vibration

Topic 2.4 Air of work area

Section 3. Organization of safe human behavior during natural and technogenic dangers

Topic 3.1. Natural and social dangers

Topic 3.2. Normative bases of Life safety

11Competencies, knowledge, skills, understanding that a higher education acquirer has in the learning process• safety culture and risk-oriented thinking;

• ability to effectively use the legal documents in activities;

• knowledge of the basic methods of maintaining the health and working productivity in buildings, on vacation and during professional activities;

• the ability to assess the living environment for personal safety, the safety of society, to monitor hazards and to justify the main approaches and means of saving the lives, health and protection of workers in the event of a threat.

• rationale of the choice of safe modes and parameters of production processes (in the field of activity);

• ability to identify dangerous factors of natural and production environments and find ways to prevent their impact using risk theory;

• eliminate the causes of accidents and professional diseases at work.

• prevent domestic and industrial injuries, as well as general and professional diseases;

• knowledge of organizational and legal measures to ensure safe living and the ability to justify and ensure the full implementation of measures for collective and individual security.

12Learning outcomes of a Higher Education applicant• be able to implement safe technologies, choose optimal working conditions and modes, design workplaces based on modern technological and scientific achievements in the field of occupational safety;

• ability to substantiate normative and organizational measures to ensure safe operation of equipment and prevention of technogenic hazards;

• ability to analyze the mechanisms of human hazards, determine the character of its interaction, taking into account the specifics of the toxic effects of substances, energy effects and the combined action of damaging factors.

13Assessment system in accordance with each task for taking tests/exams 

Type of lesson / control measure
modul №1modul №2modul №3
Min/maxTest 1Pr  1CP 1Test 2Lab 1CP 2Pr 2Pr 3Lab 2Lab 3

CP 3

15-264-619-3215-266-1021-364-64-66-106-10

20-32

 

Test №1 – after studying the first section

Test №2 – after studying the second and third sections

Final test – a final assessment of three content modules

Practical and laboratory classes are a mandatory component of enrollment in the discipline.

14The quality of the educational processConstant updating of the discipline content on the basis of modern practices, regulations, scientific achievements, the policy of academic integrity
15Methodological supportTextbook, manuals for laboratory work, practical classes, independent work, complex of scientific and methodological support:

1. Навчальний посібник “Безпека життєдіяльності” / Т. Є. Стиценко, Г. В. Пронюк, Н. М. Сердюк, І. І. Хондак ; М-во освіти і науки України, Харків. нац. ун-т радіоелектроніки. – Харків : ХНУРЕ, 2018. – 336 с. Website of the department www.os.nure.ua

2. Комплекс навчально-методичного забезпечення навчальної дисципліни “Безпека життєдіяльності” підготовки освітнього рівня бакалавр усіх спеціальностей та усіх напрямів університету [Електронний ресурс] / ХНУРЕ; розроб.: Т. Є. Стиценко, Г. В. Пронюк, О. В. Мамонтов, Н. М. Сердюк, І. І. Хондак. – Харків, 2017. – 490 с. http://catalogue.nure.ua/knmz

3. Методичні вказівки до лабораторних робіт з дисципліни «Безпека життєдіяльності» для студентів усіх спеціальностей і форм навчання / упоряд.: Т.Є. Стиценко, Н. Л. Березуцька, О. В. Мамонтов, І. І. Хондак ; М-во освіти і науки України, ХНУРЕ. – Харків : ХНУРЕ, 2019. – 144 c.  Website of the department www.os.nure.ua

4. Методичні вказівки до практичних занять з дисципліни “Безпека життєдіяльності” для студентів усіх спеціальностей та форм навчання / упоряд.: Т. Є. Стиценко, Н. Л. Березуцька, О. В. Мамонтов та ін.; М-во освіти і науки України, ХНУРЕ. – Харків : ХНУРЕ, 2019. – 64 с.

Website of the department www.os.nure.ua

16The developer of the SyllabusHead of the Occupational safety Department

Tatyana Stytsenko, tatiana.stytsenko@nure.ua

Associate Profosser at Occupational safety Department

Anna Proniuk, ganna.proniuk@nure.ua

 

 

“Safety in IT industry”

 

1.Name of the facultyFaculty of Automatics and Computerized Technologies
2.The level of higher educationBachelor level
3.Code and title of specialtyAll specialties of the university
4.The type and title of the educational program
5.Code and title of the disciplineSafety in IT industry
6.Number of ECTS credits3
7.The structure of the course (distribution by type and hours of training)Full-time form of study: lectures – 18 hours, consultations – 6 hours, practical classes – 12 hours, independent work – 54 hours,

type of control-. offset

Part-time form of study: lectures-4 hours, practical classes-6 hours, independent work-78 hours, type of control- offset.

8.Schedule (terms) of study of the subjectCourses – 2nd, 3rd

(semester 3-6th)

9.Prerequisites for learning the disciplineDisciplines, that should be studied earlier:

«Life Safety»

10.Abstract (content) of the disciplineDiscipline contains content modules:

1. The main provisions of occupational safety in the IT industry.

2. Psychological and physiological features of users of IT technologies while ensuring the safety of labor processes.

3. Theoretical bases of risk and methods of calculations of probability of occurrence of emergency situation at use of computerized systems.

11.Competencies, knowledge, skills, understanding that a higher education acquirer has in the learning processSolve professional tasks and have basic professional competencies:

1) basic methods and means of ensuring occupational safety in the IT industry;

2) readiness to apply modern methods of research and analysis of risks, threats and dangers at workplaces and production facilities.

3) production factors that can cause occupational diseases in the IT industry, measures and means to eliminate them;

4) ways to reduce the intensity and severity of the labor process in the IT industry;

5) principles and measures of ergonomic organization of safe workplaces of computer users;

6) preventive measures to preserve the health and increase the efficiency of users of IT technologies;

7) development and implementation of secure computerized systems and technologies, selection of optimal working conditions and modes when using IT systems and systems based on modern technological and scientific achievements in the field of labor protection.

 

12.Learning outcomes of a Higher Education applicantThe knowledge and skills acquired in the study of this discipline are used in the organization of a safe workplace for users of computer systems and provide a high level of efficiency and prevent burnout.
13.Assessment system in accordance with each task for taking tests/exams1. Perform 6 practical tasks.

2. Complete 2 tests

3. Get at least 60 points per semester.

4. Final grade Ofinal. = (5-8) x 6 pt +

+ (15-26) x 2 test = (60-100) points

14.The quality of the educational processAdherence to the principles of academic integrity (http://lib.nure.ua/plagiat). Constant updating of thematic sections, in accordance with the principles and legislative acts of the EU, world achievements and norms on safe work organization.
15.Methodological support1.Complex of educational and methodical support of the discipline «Safety in IT industry » preparation of educational level bachelor of all specialties and all directions of university [http://catalogue.nure.ua/knmz] / KNURE; developed by: T.E Stytsenko, G.V. Pronyuk, N.M. Serdyuk. – Kharkiv, 2017. – 122 p.

2.Methodical instructions for independent work in the discipline ” Safety in IT industry ” for students of all specialties of distance learning / Order: G.V. Pronyuk, TE Stitsenko, NM Serdyuk. – Kharkiv: KNURE, 2017. – 32 p.

3. Methodical instructions for practical classes in the discipline ” Safety in IT industry ” for students of all specialties and forms of education / compiled: T.E. Stytsenko, G.V. Pronyuk. – Kharkiv: KNURE, 2019. – 46 p.

4. Occupational safety in the industry. Distance course Electronic resource: – / B.V.Dzyundziuk, G.V.Pronyuk. – Kharkiv.: KNURE, 2013. Access mode: http://lib.nure.ua, free.

16.The developer of the SyllabusHead of the Occupational safety Department

Tetiana Stytsenko

e-mail: tatiana.stytsenko@nure.ua

Senior Lecturer Occupational safety Department

Inna Hondak  e- mail: Inna.hondak@nure.ua

 

 

 

“Organization of working conditions management”

 

Field nameDetailed content, comments
1.Name of the facultyFaculty of Automatics and Computerized Technologies
2.The level of higher educationBachelor’s levell
3.Code and title of specialty
4.The type and title of the educational program
5.Code and title of the disciplineOrganization of working conditions management
6.Number of ECTS credits3
7.The structure of the course (distribution by type and hours of training)Lectures – 18 hours

Practical lessons – 12 hours

Independent work – 54 hours

Consultations – 6 hours

Test – 2 hours

8.Schedule (terms) of study of the subject2-3 course, 4-6 semester
9.Prerequisites for learning the disciplineLife safety
10.Abstract (content) of the disciplineThe discipline provides students with modern knowledge on the theoretical foundations of effective management of working conditions in order to carry out productive professional activities in enterprises (objects of economic, economic and scientific-educational activities), the formation of responsibility for personal and collective safety and awareness of the need for full implementation. the scope of all measures to ensure occupational safety in the workplace

Section 1. The main provisions of management systems for working conditions during production activities.

Topic 1.1. The purpose and objectives of the discipline.

Topic 1.2. Requirements of international standards for occupational safety management.

Topic 1.3. Modern approaches to the management of working conditions.

Topic 1.4. Occupational safety management system at the enterprise.

Topic 1.5. State management of labor protection.

Topic 1.6. The procedure for developing a working conditions management system taking into account the requirements of OHSAS

Section 2. Ensuring the safety of production processes

Topic 2.1. Criteria for assessing working conditions at work.

Topic 2.2. Modern methods and approaches to the analysis of working conditions in the workplace.

Topic 2.3. Production factors that can cause professional diseases and methods and means of their elimination.

Topic 2.4. Ensuring industrial safety and problems of industrial sanitation in the production room.

Topic 2.5. Modern ergonomic requirements for workplaces

 

11.Competencies, knowledge, skills, understanding that a higher education acquirer has in the learning processRequired competencies and skills:

– choose the principles, methods and means of ensuring safe and harmless working conditions at work;

– assess the environment in terms of personal safety, security of the team;

– to organize monitoring of potentially dangerous situations and to substantiate the main approaches and means of saving life and health;

– to organize workplaces in accordance with ergonomic requirements, to choose the optimal modes of work that ensure high efficiency of employees and the absence of labor intensity.

12.Learning outcomes of a Higher Education applicantAbility to demonstrate knowledge and skills in the organization of management of working conditions at work in order to improve the safety of production processes and high efficiency of employees
13.Assessment system in accordance with each task for taking tests/exams1. Practice six practical classes (PC), receiving a grade for each software: (5-8) points.

2. Write two classroom tests (CT), receiving a score for each CT: (15-26) points.

3. Get at least 60 points per semester .

4. Final grade Final = (5-8) x 6 pt +(15-26) x 2 test = (60-100) points

14.The quality of the educational processParticipants in the educational process adhere to ethical principles and rules established by law, which exclude academic plagiarism, fabrication, deception, writing off, etc. (http://lib.nure.ua/plagiat). The educational process is constantly improved through the introduction of topical issues of occupational safety and modern technologies. Update of the working program of the discipline – 2020. Students have the opportunity to engage in research work, participate in scientific student conferences, seminars, clubs, exhibitions, etc.
15.Methodological support1. Complex of Scientific and Methodological Support (CSMS) (http://catalogue.nure.ua/knmz).

2. Methodical instructions for practical classes.

3. Methodical instructions for independent work in the discipline.

4. Methodical instructions for practical classes in the discipline  (Electronic resource)

16.The developer of the SyllabusHead of the Occupational safety Department Tetyana Stytsenko,

e-mail: tatiana.stytsenko@nure.ua

Associate Profosser at Occupational safety Department

Oleksandr Mamontov,.

e-mail: aleksandr.mamontov@nure.ua

 

 

«Ecological safety»

 

1.Name of the facultyFaculty of Automatics and Computerized Technologies
2.The level of higher educationBachelor level
3.Code and title of specialtyAll specialties of the university
4.The type and title of the educational program
5.Code and title of the disciplineEcological safety
6.Number of ECTS credits3
7.The structure of the course (distribution by type and hours of training)Lectures – 18 hours

Practical lessons – 12 hours

Independent work – 54 hours

Consultations – 6 hours

Test – 2 hours

8.Schedule (terms) of study of the subject2-3 course, 4-6 semester
9.Prerequisites for learning the disciplineLife safety, Chemistry, Physics, Business economics
10.Abstract (content) of the disciplineThe elective course contains content modules:

Content module 1.

Topic I. General issues of environmental safety

Topic 2. The impact of production on the environment Topic 3. Principles and means of protection of the environment (NPS) from industrial pollution

Topic 4. Ecological safety of the atmosphere (protection of the atmosphere from pollution)

Topic 5. Ecological safety of the hydrosphere (protection of the hydrosphere from pollution) Content module 2.

Topic 1. Ecological safety of the lithosphere (protection of the lithosphere and utilization of industrial waste)

Topic 2. Ecological safety of the human environment (impact of pollutants on human health)

Topic 3. Legal and socio-economic aspects of NPS protection Topic 4. International cooperation in the field of

environmental safety (European standards of environmental safety)

11.Competencies, knowledge, skills, understanding that a higher education acquirer has in the learning processknow: management systems in the field of environmental safety, methods and Technologies for emergency forecasting (EM), which are caused by disruption of technological processes and their impact on the environment, determining the level of environmental risks, justification of a set of measures to prevent emergencies and eliminate their consequences.

be able to: solve professional problems taking into account the requirements of environmental safety and environmental protection

12.Learning outcomes of a Higher Education applicantAbility to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the basic methods and means of organizing environmental safety management in the workplace;

readiness to apply modern methods of environmental safety management at workplaces and production facilities

13.Assessment system in accordance with each task for taking tests/exams1. Practice six practical classes (PC), receiving a grade for each software: (5-8) points.

2. Write two classroom tests (CT), receiving a score for each CT: (15-26) points.

3. Get at least 60 points per semester .

4. Final grade Final = (5-8) x 6 pt +(15-26) x 2 test = (60-100) points

14.The quality of the educational processUpdate of the working program of the discipline – 2020
15.Methodological support1. Methodical instructions for laboratory works in the discipline “Ecology” for students of all specialties of full-time education [Text]: / Berezutska N.L, Denisenko .V., Marchenko L.I, Hondak I.I – Kharkiv, KNURE, 2008 – 68 p.

2. Methodical instructions for independent work in the discipline “Ecology” for students of all areas and forms of education [Text]: / Dzyundzyuk BV, Berezutska NL – Kharkiv, KNURE, 2015 – 60 p.

3. Methodical instructions for practical classes in the discipline “Environmental Safety” for students of all specialties and forms of education [Text]: / Berezutska NL, Hondak II. – Kharkiv, KNURE, 2016 – 48 p.

4. Complex of educational and methodical providing. (catalog.nure.ua/knmz)

16.The developer of the SyllabusHead of the Occupational safety Department Tetyana

Stytsenko,

e-mail: tatiana.stytsenko@nure.ua

Associate Profosser at Occupational safety Department

Natalia Berezutskaya e-mail: natalia.berezutskaya@nure.ua