Labor health and safety 3101-BHP
Rules and regulations concerning:
-occupational health and safety in classroom
-occupational health and safety during excavations, i.a., risc score (biological health hazard - insects, funghi, microorganisms; chemical - use of chemicals during conservation; arduousness in occupation; forced position during particular activities; risk of falling to a trench, be overwhelmed by a soil, etc.)
-occupational health and safety during working with the relics
-occupational health and safety during work with computer
-regulations concerning health and safety at the university
-fire protection and procedures of behaviour in accident of fire
-first aid rules after guideliness by European Resuscitation Council
Type of course
Capturing the knowledge concerning occupational health and safety rules and regulations and fire protection as well as basic first aid rules. Student should know the above rules and regulations , be aware of the need to comply with them and know how to practice them.
Student knows and understands (L3V_KO, L4V_KO):
workplace health and safety rules, procedures, norms and regulations relating to the occupational tasks being carried out during archaeological studies.
Student is ready to (L3G_CH):
- comply with basic principles of caring for one’s health and the safety of oneself and others; respect the basic principles of environmental protection in various contexts during archaeological studies.
Grade 5: 91-100% of the points acquired
Grade 4+: 81-90% of the points acquired
Grade 4: 71-80% of the points acquired
Grade 3+: 61-70% of the points acquired
Grade 3: 51-60% of the points acquired
Grade 2: 0-50% of the points acquired
Regulations in law concerning the occupational health and safety and fire protection (labor code, ministerial ordinances etc.)
First aid rules after guideliness by European Resuscitation Council
W. Hejmdalski, Bezpieczeństwo i higiena prac archeologicznych - na przykładzie praktyk studenckich, "Bezpieczeństwo Pracy" 10(469) 2010, 8-12.
Information on level of this course, year of study and semester when the course unit is delivered, types and amount of class hours - can be found in course structure diagrams of apropriate study programmes. This course is related to the following study programmes:
Additional information (registration calendar, class conductors, localization and schedules of classes), might be available in the USOSweb system: