Project: Teaching health and safety in undergraduate engineering courses

Peer reviewed and published

This project was submitted on 22/01/2014, published on 18/11/2011 by IOSH, and peer reviewed by IOSH

In this document, you’ll find a summary of the study we commissioned to reassess the teaching of health and safety in undergraduate engineering courses. This report looks at the teaching material on health and safety principles and practice available to lecturers in the UK higher education sector, and forms part of our activities around embedding health and safety in professional and vocational education

www.iosh.co.uk/teachinghs
Training and education
Education, Engineering

Organisation: Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH)

Institution
Research and Information Services
The Grange,
Highfield Drive,
Wigston,
Leicester,
LE18 1NN,
UK
www.iosh.co.uk
0116 2753100

Principal Investigator: Professor Richard Taylor Inter-Institutional Group on Health and Safety

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