Course VE-R38 IRP: Industrial Risk Psychology

Course VE-R38 IRP: Industrial Risk Psychology

VE-R38 IRP: Industrial Risk Psychology
on May 13-17, 2013 in Stuttgart, Germany hosted and organized by R-Tech.

Lecturers: George Apostol, MSc, INCDPM – „Alexandru Darabont“ National Research and Development Institute on Occupational Safety, Romania
Venue: Haus der Wirtschaft, Willi-Bleicher-Str. 19 (entrance at Kienestrasse 35), 70174 Stuttgart, Germany

Industrial Risk Psychology is the scientific study of employees, workplaces, and organizational risks. Industrial Risk Psychology (IRP) contributes to an organization’s success by improving the performance and well-being of its people and technological process. An IRP psychologist researches and identifies how risks can improve behaviors and attitudes by using risks through hiring practices, training programs, and feedback systems. IRP psychologists also help organizations‘ transition among periods of change and development.
The course is dedicated for students from universities or professionals with Engineering, Psychology or Economics profile but it will also satisfy those students and professionals who are simply interested in new approaches when risk management is a matter.

At the end of the course students are expected to:

  • have extended knowledge about industrial risks approach
  • understand basics of self management risks as opportunities
  • know how the principles of industrial risks can be considered as positive
Registrations before May 4, 2013 are entitled to a 10% discount. The final registration deadline is May 11, 2013. For more details of the course, please visit the online announcement or the detailed course profile.