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Advanced Master in Safety Engineering and Management – Previously called Risk Engineering

The objective of this one-year Advanced Master course is to offer lectures in English dealing with generic aspects of safety management and their applications in various domains of engineering.

The first semester contains 2 parts

  • Part A concerns generic knowledge, including concepts of risk, risk identification, analysis, evaluation, and treatment, communication and consultation, safety management system, legal and human factors in risk management (20 ECTS Credits).
  • Part B deals with application fields:  Process safety, toxicological risks for human health, environmental risks associated with toxic products, natural and technological risks for construction, dependability of computing systems, risks associated with radiation, safety of electrical systems. This second part does not require deep knowledge of each domain as an introduction to useful skills will be supplied. A large part of the lectures is provided by professionals (25 ECTS).

The second semester is dedicated to an internship in firms (30 ECTS)

The program is targeted to jobs in international firms accountable for controlling induced safety, business units dealing with safety regulations, consulting and auditing firms and public administrations. Sectors of employment include aerospace, railways, construction, production, energy, agriculture, medicine, and pharmacy.

Modules opened to International Students Within Mobility Programs

The following modules taught in English may be opened to international students within mobility program agreements, under certain conditions. Please use the contact below to apply to any of these modules.

Module description

Code

ECTS credits

Qualitative Approach for Safey

MSSEQL11

5

Quantitative Approach for Safety

MSSEQT11

5

Designing for Safety

MSSEDS11

5

Toxic Risks for Humans and Environment

MSSEHF11

5

Process Safety

MSSEPS11

5

Structural Safety

MSSESS11

5

Functional Safety

MSSEFS11

5

Safety Management

MSSEMA11

5

Human, Organizational and Social Factors of Safety

MSSEOS11

5

Internship

 

30

 

Practical informations

Contact:  gilles.motet @ insa-toulouse.fr

Web site: http://www.safety-engineering.org/

Language: English

Duration: 1 year

1 semester lectures, case studies, projects, 1 semester internship

Required level: 1st year of a Master of Science, Engineering Degree

Degree awarded: Advanced Master Certificate

Deadline for application: May 1st