The high numbers of occupational and non-occupational hazard, prevention policies adopted by the European Union and the need to train professionals as specialists of prevention in occupational hazards and common risks, act as real factors that show a greater demand for Master's specialization in this area.
This study is verified and published
The Royal decree 337/2010 amending the Royal Decree 39/1997, which approves the regulation of the prevention services, establishes that the training required to assume high-level risk prevention duties must be accredited by a University.
|Last update/verification ACSUG date||26/07/2011|
|Authorization DOG publication date||03/01/2012|
|Official BOE publication date||26/03/2012|
|BOE syllabus publication date||24/02/2012|