大学との連携によるリスク評価の実務教育 [in Japanese] Practical Education through Risk Assessment Case Studies [in Japanese]
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Although, the staff for assessing environmental risk of chemicals is required in individual units of industrial sectors, there are very few systemic academic curriculums on risk assessment of chemicals in Japanese institutions of higher education. In order to meet such a social needs, Osaka University opened a limited-period program of environmental risk management for both students and working people in 2005. The author describes the contribution of his experience in offering a course on environmental risk assessment of chemicals as a part of the program. The course afforded students a kind of practical training for risk assessment. This paper also involves what to do for strengthening the education activity of risk assessment.
- Journal of Jsee
Journal of Jsee 56(2), 25-28, 2008-03-20
Japanese Society for Engineering Education