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Book of modules OES1 - OES1 HDip Occupational and Environmental Health & Safety
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Course Stream OES1 - OES1 HDip Occupational and Environmental Health &Safety · 24 August 2017
APPROVED
No Programme Award Assigned
Course Stream Code: OES1
No. of Semesters : 2
Course: HDip Occupational and Environmental Health & Safety
Discipline: College of Science
Educational Aim of Course Stream: n/a
Clearing House Code: GYS171.
Course Stream OES1 - OES1 HDip Occupational and Environmental Health &Safety · 24 August 2017
Semester Schedules
Optional
FT Contact Hours
PT Contact Hours
Department- based Assessment
IE520 Ergonomics (Approved) ( Part 1 of 2 )
8 10 49.50 0.00 60 40 0 0 0 0 0
IE5100 Physical Ergonomics (Approved) ( Part 1 of 2 )
8 5 36.00 0.00 50 50 0 0 0 0 0
CE6118 Environmental Engineering (Approved)
8 5 2.00 0.00 80 20 0 0 0 0 0
HP6104 Research Methods (OccH) (Approved)
8 5 2.00 2.00 0 100 0 0 0 0 0
HP6105 Research Methods Qualitative (OccH) (Approved) ( Part 1 of 2 )
8 5 2.00 0.00 0 100 0 0 0 0 0
Course Stream OES1 - OES1 HDip Occupational and Environmental Health &Safety · 24 August 2017
Core
FT Contact Hours
PT Contact Hours
Department- based Assessment
Research Study Abroad Computer- based Assessment
LW3113 Health & Safety and Environmental Law (Approved) ( Part 1 of 2 )
8 10 48.00 0.00 80 20 0 0 0 0 0
HP1100 Occupational Health and Wellbeing (Approved) ( Part 1 of 2 )
8 10 2.25 0.00 70 30 0 0 0 0 0
PH5111 Exposure Science (Approved) ( Part 1 of 2 )
8 10 49.17 0.00 70 0 30 0 0 0 0
IE522 Safety And Risk Management (Approved) ( Part 1 of 2 )
8 10 3.04 0.00 70 30 0 0 0 0 0
Course Stream OES1 - OES1 HDip Occupational and Environmental Health &Safety · 24 August 2017
Code: 1OES1 / Location: NUIG / 60 ECTS / Semester 2
Optional
Department- based Assessment
IE323 Information Systems Ergonomics (Approved)
8 5 24.00 0.00 70 30 0 0 0 0 0
IE520 Ergonomics (Approved) ( Part 2 of 2 )
8 10 49.50 0.00 60 40 0 0 0 0 0
IE5100 Physical Ergonomics (Approved) ( Part 2 of 2 )
8 5 36.00 0.00 50 50 0 0 0 0 0
HP6105 Research Methods Qualitative (OccH) (Approved) ( Part 2 of 2 )
8 5 2.00 0.00 0 100 0 0 0 0 0
Core
FT Contact Hours
PT Contact Hours
Department- based Assessment
Research Study Abroad Computer- based Assessment
LW3113 Health & Safety and Environmental Law (Approved) ( Part 2 of 2 )
8 10 48.00 0.00 80 20 0 0 0 0 0
HP1100 Occupational Health and Wellbeing (Approved) ( Part 2 of 2 )
8 10 2.25 0.00 70 30 0 0 0 0 0
PH5111 Exposure Science (Approved) ( Part 2 of 2 )
8 10 49.17 0.00 70 0 30 0 0 0 0
IE522 Safety And Risk Management (Approved) ( Part 2 of 2 )
8 10 3.04 0.00 70 30 0 0 0 0 0
Course Stream OES1 - OES1 HDip Occupational and Environmental Health &Safety · 24 August 2017
Year 1 Awards :
Higher Diploma in Applied Science (Exit Only)
Course Stream OES1 - OES1 HDip Occupational and Environmental Health &Safety · 24 August 2017
PO Delivery No Course Stream Outcomes Data has been attached to this Course Stream yet.
Course Stream OES1 - OES1 HDip Occupational and Environmental Health &Safety · 24 August 2017
Who Can Access Staff Member Staff Number
CORA COSTELLO 0023560S
CLAIRE MITCHELL 0023293S
Sheila Coyle 0023186S
JOAN LALLY 0103579S
Teaching Period: Semester 1 and Semester 2
Module Delivered in 20 programme(s)
Module Owner: ENDA FRANCIS FALLON
Module Discipline: ME - Mechanical Engineering
Module Level: Common
Learning Outcomes
On successful completion of this module the learner will be able to:
LO1 The ability to identify, formulate, analyse, and solve ergonomic design and assessment problems
LO2 Analyse and represent tasks for inclusion in the design process
LO3 To establish user requirements through the analysis of human machine systems
LO4 To comprehend the measurement of body size, shape, strength and working capacity and their application to ergonomic design and assessment problems
LO5 To comprehend the role of standards and regulations in ergonomics design and assessment problems
LO6 To adopt a user centered approach to ergonomic design problems, particularly with respect to human machine systems
LO7 To develop task analysis of existing and envisioned human machine systems
LO8 The ability to utilize a selection of ergonomic tools and methods in a user centered design and assessment approach
LO9 To utilize mock ups and models to explore and present solutions to ergonomics design and assessment problems
LO10 Understand the role of the human in human-machine systems
LO11 Understand the way in which information is processed by humans
LO12 Assess and specify aspects of visual and auditory displays to improve human information processing in specified tasks
LO13 Design and develop the configuration and layout of displays and controls at workstations
LO14 Analyse and represent tasks for inclusion in the design process
LO15 Evaluate selected human-machine systems and synthesize specifications for improved versions of them
IE520: Ergonomics ( Semester:1 Optional )
Written Assessment
Assessment Type
Assessment Description
Outcome addressed
% of total
Paper 1 - Written
N/A 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 25.00 100 40 First Sitting Semester 1 n/a 2:00 True
Common Paper Actual: IE5100 / Physical Ergonomics / Bond Description:n/a
Paper 2 - Written
N/A 10,11,12,13,14,15 35.00 100 40 First Sitting Semester 2 n/a 2:00 True
Common Paper Actual: IE323 / Information Systems Ergonomics / Bond Description:N/A
Paper 1 - Written
N/A 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 25.00 100 40 Second Sitting Autumn n/a 2:00 True
Common Paper Actual: IE5100 / Physical Ergonomics / Bond Description:n/a
Paper 2 - Written
N/A 10,11,12,13,14,15 35.00 100 40 Second Sitting Autumn n/a 2:00 True
Common Paper Actual: IE323 / Information Systems Ergonomics / Bond Description:N/A
Continuous Assessment
Assessment Type
Assessment Description
Continuous Assessment 1
The students will undertake laboratory work involving the collection of Ergonomics data. This data will then be used to address one or more Ergonomic problems. There will be no opportunity to repeat this work in the autumn. The mark obtained will be carried forward.
1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 25.00 100 40 First Sitting
Semester 1 n/a 0 True
Continuous Assessment 2
Carry out an evaluation of a human- machine system, prepare a poster and oral presentation and present publicly at an organised presentation session.
10,11,12,13,14,15 15.00 100 40 First Sitting
Semester 1 n/a 0 True
Continuous Assessment 3
1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15 40.00 100 40 Second Sitting
Autumn n/a 0 True
No Department-based Assessment
No Study Abroad
No Computer-based Assessment
The institute reserves the right to alter the nature and timings of assessment
IE520: Ergonomics ( Semester:1 Optional )
IE520: Ergonomics ( Semester:1 Optional )
48.00
1.00
2.29
0.50
This module has no Part Time workload.
Module Resources
Pamela McCauley Bush 2012, Ergonomics: Foundational Principles, Applications, and Technologies, 1st Ed., CRC Press [ISBN: 9781439804452]
Mark S. Sanders, Ernest J. McCormick 1993, Human factors in engineering and design, 7th Ed., McGraw-Hill New York [ISBN: 007054901X]
Stephen Pheasant and Christine M. Haslegrave 2006, Bodyspace, 3rd Ed., Boca Raton, FL ; Taylor & Francis, 2005, c2006. Boca Raton FL [ISBN: 0415285208]
Martin Helander 2001, A guide to the ergonomics of manufacturing, London ; Taylor & Francis, c1995. London UK [ISBN: 0748401229]
edited by Vern Putz-Anderson 1988, Cumulative trauma disorders, Taylor & Francis London [ISBN: 9780850664058]
Supplementary Book Resources
Neville Stanton... [et al.] 2005, Handbook of human factors and ergonomics methods, Boca Raton, Fla. ; CRC, c2005. Boca Raton FL [ISBN: 0415287006]
This module does not have any article/paper resources
Other Resources
Website: Health and Safety Authority (IRL)HSA Website, HSA, Dublin Ireland http://www.hsa.ie/eng/
Website: Irish Ergonomics SocietyIES Website, IES, Ireland http://www.irishergonomics.com/
Website: Health and Safety Executive (UK)HSE(UK) Website, HSE, UK http://www.hse.gov.uk/
Website: Human Factors and Ergonomics SocietyHFES (Website), HFES, San Diego (USA) https://www.hfes.org/web/Default.aspx
Website: Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors (UK)CIEHF Website, CIEHF, Loughborough, UK http://www.ergonomics.org.uk/
Website: International Ergonomics AssociationIES Website, IEA, Paris http://www.iea.cc/
AP1 AP1 M.Appl.Sc.(Taught)(F/T) (Approved)
APE1 APE1 Masters of Applied Science (Enterprise Systems) (Approved)
APE2 APE2 Masters of Applied Science (Enterprise Systems) (P/T) (Approved)
EM1 EM1 Erasmus (Approved)
HH1 HH1 Higher Diploma in Applied Science (Occup. Health & Safety & Hygiene) (Approved)
HI1 HI1 Master Of Engineering Design (Approved)
HOH1 HOH1 Higher Diploma in Applied Science (Occupational Health and Safety) (Approved)
MEME1 MEME1 Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering (Approved)
MOH1 MOH1 Master of Science (Occupational Health and Safety) (Approved)
OA1 OA1 Visiting Students (Approved)
OEH1 OEH1 MSc Occupational and Environmental Health & Safety (Approved)
OEH2 OEH2 MSc Occupational and Environmental Health & Safety (part-time) (Approved)
OES1 OES1 HDip Occupational and Environmental Health & Safety (Approved)
OES2 OES2 HDip Occupational and Environmental Health & Safety (part time) (Approved)
OP1 OP1 M.Sc.Degree(Occupational Health & Safety &Ergonomics) (Approved)
SPD1 SPD1 Structured Ph.D (Medicine) (Approved)
SPE1 SPE1 Structured PhD (Engineering) (Approved)
SPE2 SPE2 Structured PhD (Engineering) part time (Approved)
SWB1 SWB1 Science Without Borders (Approved)
Module Instructors
Module Instructors
Language of Instruction: English
Teaching Period: Semester 1 and Semester 2
Module Delivered in 4 programme(s)
Module Owner: ENDA FRANCIS FALLON
Module Discipline: ME - Mechanical Engineering
Module Level: Common
Learning Outcomes
On successful completion of this module the learner will be able to:
LO1 The ability to identify, formulate, analyse, and solve ergonomics design and assessment problems
LO2 Analyse and represent tasks for inclusion in the design and development process
LO3 To establish user requirements through the analysis of human machine systems
LO4 To comprehend the measurement of body size, shape, strength, and working capacity and their application to ergonomic design and assessment problems
LO5 To comprehend the role of standards and regulations in ergonomic design and assessment problems
LO6 To adopt a user centered approach to ergonomic design problems, particularity with respect to human machine systems
LO7 To develop task analysis of existing and envisioned human machine systems
LO8 The ability to utilize a selection of ergonomic tools and methods in a user centered design and assessment approach
LO9 To utilize mock ups and models to explore and present solutions to ergonomics design and assessment problems
IE5100: Physical Ergonomics
Written Assessment
Assessment Type
Assessment Description
Outcome addressed
% of total
Semester 1 n/a 2:00 True
Common Paper Actual: IE520 / Ergonomics / Bond Description:N/A
Paper 1 - Written
Autumn n/a 2:00 True
Continuous Assessment
Assessment Type
Assessment Description
Outcome addressed
% of total
Continuous Assessment 1
The students will undertake laboratory work involving the collection of Ergonomic data. This date will then be used to address one or more Ergonomics problems. There will be no opportunity to repeat the continuous assessment work in the Autumn. The mark obtained in Semester 1 / Spring will be carried forward.
1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 50.00 100 0 First Sitting
Semester 2 n/a 0 True
Continuous Assessment 1
Carried over from first sitting - Continuous Assessment 1 Semester 1 / Spring
1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 50.00 100 40 Second Sitting
Autumn n/a 0 True
No Department-based Assessment
No Study Abroad
No Computer-based Assessment
The institute reserves the right to alter the nature and timings of assessment
IE5100: Physical Ergonomics
Lecture No Description 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 30 Every Week
30.00
5.00
4.58
1.00
This module has no Part Time workload.
Module Resources
Pamela McCauley Bush, Ergonomics: Foundational Principles, Applications, and Technologies, 1st Ed., CRC Press Boca Raton [ISBN: 9781439804452]
Stephen Pheasant and Christine M. Haslegrave 2006, Bodyspace, 3rd Ed., Boca Raton, FL ; Taylor & Francis, 2005, c2006. Boca Raton FL [ISBN: 0415285208]
Martin Helander 2001, A guide to the ergonomics of manufacturing, London ; Taylor & Francis, c1995. London UK [ISBN: 0748401229]
Supplementary Book Resources
Neville Stanton... [et al.] 2005, Handbook of human factors and ergonomics methods, 1st Ed., Boca Raton, Fla. ; CRC, c2005. Boca Raton FL [ISBN: 0415287006]
edited by Vern Putz-Anderson 1988, Cumulative trauma disorders, Taylor & Francis London [ISBN: 9780850664058]
This module does not have any article/paper resources
Other Resources
Website: Health and Safety Authority (HSA)HSA Website, HSA, Dublin Ireland http://www.hsa.ie/eng/
Website: Health and Safety Executive (HSE)HSE(UK) Website, HSE, UK http://www.hse.gov.uk/
Website: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (USA)HFES Website, HFES, San Diego USA https://www.hfes.org/web/Default.aspx
Website: Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors (UK)CIEHF Website, CIEHF, Loughborough (UK) http://www.ergonomics.org.uk/
Website: Irish Ergonomics Society (IES)IES Website, IES, Ireland http://www.irishergonomics.com/
OEH1 OEH1 MSc Occupational and Environmental Health & Safety (Approved)
OEH3 OEH3 MSc Occupational and Environmental Health & Safety (part-time Nursing Graduates) (Approved)
OES1 OES1 HDip Occupational and Environmental Health & Safety (Approved)
OES3 OES3 HDip Occupational and Environmental Health & Safety (part time Nursing Graduates) (Approved)
Module Instructors
Module Instructors
Module Details
Language of Instruction: English
Teaching Period: Semester 1
Module Owner: MARK HEALY
Module Level: Honours
Module Description: his module covers: characterisation and measurement of water parameters, regulations, septic tank design and on-line resources used in the planning applications, 'passive' wastewater treatment using constructed wetlands and sand filters and issues of public acceptance; wastewater and water treatment at municipal- scale.
Learning Outcomes
On successful completion of this module the learner will be able to:
LO1 Recognise the importance of water and wastewater purification in today’s society and the role of the environmental engineer in the design, development and maintenance of treatment facilities.
LO2 dentify, describe and measure the main physical, chemical and biological characteristics of water, and relate their importance in terms of water quality.
LO3 List the natural purification processes that occur in natural systems, such as lakes, rivers and estuaries, and explain the mechanisms behind these systems such as filtration, sedimentation and gas transfer.
LO4 Understand the processes involved in the treatment of wastewater using septic tanks, wetlands and filters, and describe the processes involved with the submission of an application to build such systems.
LO5 Assemble individual process units into a working water/wastewater treatment plant and assess the performance of the plant in terms of the quality of effluent in comparison with EU water/wastewater regulations.
LO6 Recognise the importance of ‘pollution swapping’ in environmental engineering and the importance of greenhouse gas emissions on design of wastewater treatment systems.
CE6118: Environmental Engineering ( Semester:1 Optional )
Module Content & Assessment
Semester 1 n/a 2:00 True
Assessment is marked as bondable but has no matching assessments
Paper 1 - Written
Autumn n/a 2:00 True
Assessment is marked as bondable but has no matching assessments
Continuous Assessment
Assessment Type
Assessment Description
Outcome addressed
% of total
Semester 1 n/a 0 False
Continuous Assessment 1
Autumn n/a 0 False
No Department-based Assessment
No Study Abroad
No Computer-based Assessment
The institute reserves the right to alter the nature and timings of assessment
CE6118: Environmental Engineering ( Semester:1 Optional )
CE6118: Environmental Engineering ( Semester:1 Optional )
Module Workload
Lecture No Description 1,2,3,4,5,6 24 Per Semester
2.00
This module has no Part Time workload.
Module Resources
Metcalf & Eddy, Inc 2004, Wastewater engineering, 4th Ed., Boston ; McGraw-Hill, c2003. [ISBN: 0-07-041878-0]
This module does not have any article/paper resources
This module does not have any other resources
Module Full Time Equivalent
Module Full Time Equivalent
OEH1 OEH1 MSc Occupational and Environmental Health & Safety (Approved)
OEH2 OEH2 MSc Occupational and Environmental Health & Safety (part-time) (Approved)
OEH3 OEH3 MSc Occupational and Environmental Health & Safety (part-time Nursing Graduates) (Approved)
OES1 OES1 HDip Occupational and Environmental Health & Safety (Approved)
OES2 OES2 HDip Occupational and Environmental Health & Safety (part time) (Approved)
OES3 OES3 HDip Occupational and Environmental Health & Safety (part time Nursing Graduates) (Approved)
Module Instructors
Module Instructors
Module Details
Language of Instruction: English
Teaching Period: Semester 1
Module Description: This module takes the students through the quantitative research process, from formulating research questions, identifying the preferred approach to testing them, developing research tools, collecting and analysing data and critically interpreting the findings.
Learning Outcomes
On successful completion of this module the learner will be able to:
LO1 Have an understanding of the research process
LO2 Be able to select appropriate quantiatiave research methods for different research questions
LO3 Be able to critically review quantitative research articles
LO4 Be able to prepare a basic research protocol
LO5 Understand basic statistical techniques
LO6 Appreciate the strengths and weaknesses of different quantitative methodological approaches
LO7 Have an understanding of basic quantitative data analysis techniques
LO8 Be able to execute statistical techniques employing SPSS.
HP6104: Research Methods (OccH) ( Semester:1 Optional )
Module Content & Assessment
1,2,3,4,5 100.00 100 40 First Sitting
Semester 1 n/a 0 False
Continuous Assessment 1
1,2,3,4,5 100.00 100 40 Second Sitting
Autumn n/a 0 False
No Department-based Assessment
No Study Abroad
No Computer-based Assessment
The institute reserves the right to alter the nature and timings of assessment
HP6104: Research Methods (OccH) ( Semester:1 Optional )
HP6104: Research Methods (OccH) ( Semester:1 Optional )
Module Workload
Lecture No Description 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 24 Per Semester
2.00
6.33
Workload: Part Time
Lecture No Description 1,2,3,4,5 24 Per Semester
2.00
Module Resources
Recommended Book Resources
Beaglehole, R., Bonita, R. & Kjellstrom, T. 2006, Basic Epidemiology, 2nd ed. Ed., World Health Organisation Geneva
Bowling, A. 2009, Research Methods in Health: Investigating Health and Health Services., 3rd ed. Ed., Open University Press Buckingham, UK.
Robson, C., & McCarten, K. 2016, Real World Research, 4th ed. Ed., Wiley London, UK.
Pallant, J. 2010, SPSS Survival Manual: A step-by-step guide to data analysis using SPSS., Open University Press Maidenhead, UK.
Field, A. 2011, Discovering Statistics using SPSS, 3rd ed. Ed., Sage London, UK.
This module does not have any article/paper resources
This module does not have any other resources
Module Full Time Equivalent
Module Full Time Equivalent
OEH1 OEH1 MSc Occupational and Environmental Health & Safety (Approved)
OEH2 OEH2 MSc Occupational and Environmental Health & Safety (part-time) (Approved)
OEH3 OEH3 MSc Occupational and Environmental Health & Safety (part-time Nursing Graduates) (Approved)
OES1 OES1 HDip Occupational and Environmental Health & Safety (Approved)
OES2 OES2 HDip Occupational and Environmental Health & Safety (part time) (Approved)
OES3 OES3 HDip Occupational and Environmental Health & Safety (part time Nursing Graduates) (Approved)
Module Instructors
Module Instructors
Module Details
Language of Instruction: English
Teaching Period: Semester 1 and Semester 2
Module Delivered in 4 programme(s)
Module Owner: SAOIRSE NIC GABHAINN
Module Discipline: HP - Health Promotion
Module Description: This module takes the students through the qualitative research process from formulating research areas to explore, identifying the preferred approach, developing research tools, collecting and analysing data and critically interpreting findings.
Learning Outcomes
On successful completion of this module the learner will be able to:
LO1 have an understanding of the research process
LO2 appreciate the strengths and weaknesses of different qualitative methodological approaches
LO3 be able to select appropriate qualitative research methods for different research questions and areas of exploration
LO4 have an understanding of basic qualitative analysis techniques
LO5 be able to critically review qualitative research articles
LO6 be able to prepare a basic research protocol
LO7 have an understanding of evaluation research
HP6105: Research Methods Qualitative (OccH) ( Semester:1 Optional )
Module Content & Assessment
Semester 2 n/a 0 True
Continuous Assessment 1
Autumn n/a 0 True
No Department-based Assessment
No Study Abroad
No Computer-based Assessment
The institute reserves the right to alter the nature and timings of assessment
HP6105: Research Methods Qualitative (OccH) ( Semester:1 Optional )
HP6105: Research Methods Qualitative (OccH) ( Semester:1 Optional )
Module Workload
Lecture No Description 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 24 Per Semester
2.00
6.33
This module has no Part Time workload.
Module Resources
Recommended Book Resources
Bowling, A. 2009, Research Methods in Health: Investigating Health and Health Services, 3rd ed. Ed., all, Open University Press Buckingham, UK
Robson, C. & McCarten, K. 2016, Real World Research, 4th ed. Ed., Wiley…

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