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ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PROJECT MANAGEMENT – MASTER 1 & 2

Renseignements : Elena Gomez

ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH AND PROFESSIONAL RISKS

A complete training course in the fields of quality, health, safety, QSSE environment

TO ACQUIRE KNOWLEDGE

  • Role of the key players and local, national and international contacts in risks management
  • The risks assessment approaches: regulatory monitoring, scientific and technical control of professional health and environmental risks
  • Project management: management review, environmental and health analysis, action plans, keeping within deadlines and costs, reporting, corrective actions, audit.

TO ACQUIRE SKILLSmicroscope2

  • Assess and manage risks in the work place:
    to anticipate, identify, evaluate and master environmental, health and professional risks,
  • To update the health and safety processes (unique doc, EPI, strenuousness, FdS, OHSAS 18001), environmental management and the quality (ISO 14001 and 9001, control of nuisances), corporate social responsibility,
  • To train and communicate on the risks.

EXPERIENCE IN THE WORK PLACE

5 MONTH WORK PLACEMENT MASTER 1 • 6 MONTH WORK PLACEMENT OR APPRENTICESHIP IN MASTER 2

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Environmental health and risks assessment manager, Engineer, Assistant, Quality leader, Health, Safety and Environment (QSSE) Product stewarship, Health impact and sustainable development study director

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PROJECT MANAGEMENT

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SKILLS ASSESSMENT GUIDELINES :

GOALS, CONTENTS AND TEACHERS FOR ALL TEACHING UNITS IN THIS COURSE :

MASTER 1 – prog 2015-2016

SEMESTRE 1

COMMON CORE (S1)

TU 101 : REGULATORY AND FINANCIAL ASPECTS – QUALITY AND SAFETY

Goals:

Pharmaceutical law:

  • To know the various texts applying to the field of medicines, their origin, their legal value, their articulation
  • To have some knowledge of the various health products
  • To know the basics of innovation protection control, manufacturing, marketing and monitoring of medicines

Quality :

  • To know the quality demands and management tools

Security :

  • To know the regulations of ICPE classified installations
  • To know the classification and labelling of chemical products’ hazards

Marketing :

  • To integrate the marketing’s global approach
  • To know the diagnostic tools and the strategic directions

Financial analysis

  • To be able to analyse the profitability, the solvency and the liquidity of an economic activity (industrial company)

Content:

  • Pharmaceutical law (18hrs-Lecture)
  • Financial analysis (12hrs-Lecture)
  • Marketing (6hrs-Lecture)
  • Quality (10hrs-Lecture)
  • Safety (6hrs-Lecture)

Teachers:

  • V. RAGE-ANDRIEU
  • C. LE GAL
  • R. BARTHES
  • N. DELELIGNE
  • A. ESCANDE
  • V. BOISSERIE LAPORTE
  • O. VEYRET
  • A. GARD

TU 102: DATABASES – EPIDEMIOLOGY AND ENVIRONNEMENTAL HEALTH

Goals:

To comprehend epidemiological studies:

  • To identify epidemiology as public health tools
  • To know the epidemiological surveillance tools
  • To know the different types of epidemiological surveys
  • To be able to interpret descriptive epidemiology indicators
  • To be able to calculate and interpret the results of risk calculation (RR and OR) from analytical epidemiology
  • To be able to describe and criticise the strategies and protocols of studies implemented in epidemiology
  • To be able to assess the validity of screening tests
  • To know the behaviour and the impact of organic pollutants present in the environnement and to understand the related legislation

Databases:

  • To discover the basics of databases management
  • To understand how the information is structured thanks to the relational model
  • To recognise the different database usage patterns (administrator/client)
  • To be able to build a database including a few tables
  • To be able to define the main confines on a database
  • To be abe to use the main commands of the SQL language
  • To be autonomous on the data management system ACCESS (Microsoft)

Content:

  • Database (4hrs-Lecture+ 15hrs-Tutorial)
  • Epidemiology (12hrs-Lecture)
  • Environmental health (18hrs-Lecture)

Teachers:

  • M. VIVIEN
  • P. RAVEL
  • H. FENET
  • A. ESCANDE
  • F. COURANT
  • C. CASELLAS
  • E. GOMEZ

TU 103: HEALTH PRODUCTS DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY– PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND CLINICAL DEVELOPMENT

Goals:

  • General knowledge of the sectors of medicines, cosmetology and medical devices
  • Knowledge of the regulatory and socio-economic specificities of the medicines, cosmetology and medical devices
  • Initiation to the project management of health products development
  • Initiation to the proceedings of clinical trials in accordance with the Good Clinical Practices (GCP)

Content:

  • Development strategy: Medicines (12hrs-Lecture), Cosmetology (6hrs-Lecture) and Medical Devices (6hrs-Lectures)
  • Regulations in Europe, Japan and the United-States (6hrs-Lecture)
  • Clinical development (9hrs-Lecture)
  • Project management (6hrs-Lecture + 3hrs-Tutorial)

Teachers:

Montpellier University

  • B. BATAILLE
  • S. BEGU
  • J. COUDANE
  • X. GARRIC
  • A. EL GHAZOUI
  • P. CREMADES
  • W. AGOUMI

TU 104: BIOTECHNOLOGIES APPLIED TO HEALTH

Goals:

  • To know the various health products produced by biotechnologies
  • To acquire the notions of therapeutic targets and biomarkers
  • To acquire the notions of medium and high throughput screening
  • To know the technologies of recombinant DNA (GMO notion) and protein engineering
  • To know the production and quality control processes
  • To have a concrete overview of the conditions of production of a recombinant protein and of the development of a cellular model that is compatible with medium throughput screening (practical works carried out)

Content:

  • Identification of the molecular or cellular targets and of the biomarkers (8hrs-Lecture)
  • Production/Quality control (3hrs-Lecture)
  • Industrial applications/examples (11hrs-Lecture)
  • Virtual cloning (6hrs-Tutorial)
  • Production, purification, characterisation of a recombinant protein (12hrs-Practical work)
  • Preparation of a cellular model for medium throughput screening– visit of a high throughput pharmacological screening platform (10hrs-Practical work)

Teachers:

Montpellier University

  • S. CHAUMONT
  • A. CHOQUET
  • F. COURANT
  • S. DELBECQ
  • A-D. LAJOIX
  • X. GARRIC
  • S. MARY
  • F. MACARI-FINE
  • M.A. POUL

External professionals

  • ARPEGE Platform, IGF Montpellier

TU 105: FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND COMMUNICATION

Goals:

  • To develop communication skills in foreign languages
  • Specialized vocabulary
  • Knowledge of the companies and health matters in the countries of the target language
  • Cultural approach

Content:

  • Foreign languages (40hrs-Tutorial)
  • Communication (9hrs-Tutorial)

Teachers:

Montpellier University

  • I. MAITRE-DEVALLON
  • Y. ZAMBRANO
  • G. NICKSON
  • P. WEINMANN

External professionals

  • Communication consultancy

SPECIFIC TU: ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PROJECT MANAGEMENT (S1)

TU 108: LAW AND ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMY BASICS

Goals:

  • Knowledge of the legal bases environmental law
  • Knowledge of the concepts and central reasoning of environmental economy
  • Knowledge of the regulation of chemical substances in Europe
  • Knowledge of the guiding principles and management of the standards ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001

Content:

  • Environmental law (15hrs – Lecture + 2 hrs Tutorial)
  • Guiding principles and issues of the standards ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 (5hrs-Tutorial)
  • Environmental economy (18hrs-Lecture)
  • The regulation on chemical substances in Europe (14hrs-Lecture)

Teachers:

Montpellier University

  • A. GARD
  • R. PREGET
  • M.-H. BOUISSAC
  • G. VEYRET
  • B. WEIL-BELABBAS
  • R. COLIN

SEMESTER 2

COMMON CORE(S2)

TU 201: ENGLISH AND SECOND LANGUAGE

Goals:

  • To develop communication skills in a foreign language
  • Specialised vocabulary
  • Knowledge of the companies and health matters in the countries of the target language
  • Cultural approach

Content: 40hrs

  • Work on all communication skills: written and oral expression and comprehension
  • Knowledge of the professional and cultural international environment
  • Job interview simulation, oral presentation using PowerPoint, meetings simulation, writing letters and emails, debates, documents reading etc.
  • Methodological aspects (according to the groups’ needs)
  • Practice on digital platform aiming at revising and strengthening language skills

Teachers:

  • I. MAITRE-DEVALLON
  • Y. ZAMBRANO
  • G. NICKSON
  • P. WEINMANN

TU 202: 3 to 5 MONTH WORK PLACEMENT

Goals:

  • To put into practice the skills gained during the training course
  • To achieve a concrete professional project within one’s context of activities

Content:

  • Preparation and instruction to find and complete a work placement (3hrs-Lecture)
  • 3 to 5 months full-time in a public or private company

Teachers:

  • B. BAÑULS
  • B. BATAILLE
  • S. BEGU
  • A. EL GHZAOUI
  • P. RAVEL
  • M. VIVIEN
  • A. ESCANDE
  • E. GOMEZ
  • B. NOTTELET
  • X. GARRIC

SPECIFIC TU: ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PROJECT MANAGEMENT (S2)

TU 212: INDUSTRIAL STRATEGY IN ENVIRONNEMENTAL HEALTH

Goals:

  • To know the various pollutions of industrial origin and their environmental and health impacts outside the work place.
  • To know the assessment criteria for water, air and grounds quality.

Content:

Health, Safety, Environment in the work place: (4hrs-Lecture + 30hrs-Tutorial)

  • Industrial safety: casual tree analysis, collective and individual protections
  • Industrial hygiene: One document, chemical risk assessment
  • Professional health management policies
  • « Quality, safety, Environment » integrated systems

Tutorial: To carry out an initial environmental review for a company in Montpellier: Analysis of non-conformities, preventive actions, corrective actions. Presentation in a poster shape Contamination, monitoring, impact : (18hrs + 6hrs-Tutorial)

  • Air monitoring and pollution: conference and measuring device of AIR LANGUEDOC
  • Heath risks assessment methodology: Example of polluted sites and grounds
  • Water monitoring and quality, wastewater treatment systems
  • Non-hazardous and hazardous waste management
  • Analysis of a noise problem: generation, propagation and reception, physical impact, legislation

Tutorial: Learning the methods of noise measurement using various sound level meters

Teachers:

  • M.-H. BOUISSAC
  • A. LEINOT
  • A. AKNINE
  • E. GOMEZ
  • A. ESCANDE
  • S. LECLERC
  • R. COLIN

TU 213: BIOLOGICAL AND ANALYTICAL METHODS APPLICABLE TO THE ENVIRONMENT

Goals:

  • Introduction to the main analysis instrumental techniques
  • To know the environmental quality biomonitoring tools
  • To know the control and analysis microbiological techniques
  • Reminder of the basics of industrial and environmental toxicology

Content:

Chemistry : (14hrs-Lecture + 10hrs-Tutorial)

  • Sampling techniques
  • Samples treatment methods applied to the water and soils matrix
  • Instrumental and volumetric analysis techniques
  • Methods

Tutorial: Quantification of emerging contaminants as trace state in the water: preparation of the sample (concentration and a purification of the sample on solid support (SPE)), analysis by gas chromatograph mass spectrometer (GC-MS/MS) and retreatment of the data Biology : (6hrs-Lecture + 6hrs-Tutorial)

  • Reminder of instrustrial toxicology, environmental toxicology
  • Presentation of the bio-trials applied to environment monitoring (in vitro studies, exposure and effect biomarkers)

Practical work: Analysis of an environmental sample’s biological activity: Dosage of the estrogenic activity using bio-trial, identification of estradio equivalentMicobiology : (9hrs-Lecture + 18hrs-Tutorial)

  • Nomenclature and classification of bacteria and of the main groups of protists eukaryotes
  • Techniques of culture and indentification in microbiology
  • Micro-organisms and environment
  • Micro-organisms and food ­ HACCP method

Practical work: Count and analysis of a microbial mixture in complex matrix (milk, water)

Teachers:

Montpellier University

  • B. BAÑULS
  • C. PERRIN
  • G. COUSSOT
  • F. COURANT
  • A. ESCANDE

TU 214: LEARNING BY PROJECT / PEC

Goals:

  • To acquire autonomy in achieving one’s professional project
  • To develop writing and oral presentation skills
  • To exchange with professionals and to know the industry
  • To carry out a case study using the knowledge acquired in hygene, safety and environment

Content:

  • CV and covering letter workshop
  • Work on the professional personal project
  • Practial application of the regulations of a BPI
  • Study of industrial sites through visits: waste management, wastewaters management, eco-toxicology laboratory.

Teachers:

Montpellier University

  • M.-H. BOUISSAC
  • F. COURANT
  • A. GARD
  • E. GOMEZ
  • A. ESCANDE
MASTER 2 – prog 2016-2017

SEMESTER 3

COMMON CORE (S3)

TU 301: HEALTH PRODUCTS PROJECT MANAGEMENT, MANAGEMENT CONTROL AND PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT

Goals:

Project management:

  • To understand the concepts, processes and project management methods within the frame described by the Project Management Institute
  • Operational planning: from analysing a project to the preparation of a feasible work schedule
  • To know the basic framework of innovation protection, manufacturing, the marketing and surveillance of medicines

Management control:

  • To assess and understand through an account of company’s results, the items of profitality and performance

MS Project:

  • To be able to use the MS Project software

Content:

  • Project management (12hrs- Lecture + 12hrs-Tutorial)
  • Management control and performance management (6hrs-Lecture + 6hrs-Tutorial)
  • MS Project software (12hrs-Tutorial)

Teachers:

Montpellier University

  • P. CREMADES
  • R. BARTHES

External professionals

  • Service provider

TU 302: QUALITY MANAGEMENT, MARKETING

Goals:

Team management:

  • To clarify the missions, roles and function of a team manager (project)
  • To understand the influence of one’s leadership of the team’s performance
  • To identify one’s management style, one’s negotiation style
  • To be able to lead a meeting

Quality management :

  • To master quality management

Marketing:

  • To understand the market’s mechanisms
  • To be able to identify the relevant stakeholders and to analyse the influence factors
  • To know the various strategic manoeuvres (by comparison with the demand and faced with the competition)
  • To be able to define the appropriate operational modes

Content:

  • Team management (12,5hrs-Tutorial)
  • Quality management (14hrs-Lecture + 12hrs-Tutorial)
  • Marketing (12hrs-Lecture)

Teachers:

  • R. BARTHES
  • N. DE LELIGNE
  • L. KABBARA BARDINA

SPECIFIC TU: ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PROJECT MANAGEMENT (S3)

TU 319: ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY ECO-TOXICOLOGY

Goals:

  • To understand and to be able to use the concepts and tooks of chemistry in the context of risks assessment
  • To know the processes of substances transportation and transformation for organisms and human being exposure
  • To use chemical databases in an appropriate way
  • To carry out a quantitative assessment of the exposure
  • To model the chemical properties of substances using QSAR models, introduction
  • Envrironmental toxicology, individual, populational and eco-systemic effects

Content:

  • Features of aquatic atmospheric and terrestrial environments which are decisive for the transportation and the transformation of substances
  • Organic, inorganic and radionuclide contaminants
  • Future (transportation and transformation) of chemicals in the environment
  • Persistance, Biodegradation, Bioavailability, Toxicity, modes of action of the substances
  • Modeling and assessing exposure

Teachers:

Montpellier University

  • C. MASQUEFA
  • F. COURANT
  • E. GOMEZ
  • A. FAVRY

External professionals

  • E. BELTRAN (Cehtra)
  • R. GILBIN(IRSN)
  • S. CHIRON (IRD)
  • C. CASIOT (CNRS)
  • R. DIDERICH (OCDE)

TU 320 : ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS: ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT

Goals:

  • To carry out risks assessment files (REACH, Pesticides, Biocides, AMM files)
  • To select and interpret the relevant information for the assessment
  • To use the databases on environmental toxicity
  • The substance mixes in risks assessment
  • To know the field of application of risks assessment
  • To select and interpret the information from risks assessment necessary to the management
  • To know the key players and local, national and international contacts in the chronic risks assessment

Content:

  • Features of exposure and effects, risk analysis
  • Danger assessment
  • Selection of data in the calculation of outstanding values in eco-toxicology (PNEC, Benchmarking, SSD)
  • Eco-toxicology: choice of models, determination of the dose-response relations, QSAR, read-across, waiving
  • The CA, IA, isobol models
  • Risk characterisation

Teachers:

Montpellier University

  • F. COURANT
  • E. GOMEZ
  • PAST

External professionals

  • D. MUNARON (IFREMER)
  • R. TOUNSI (EID)
  • E. VINDIMIAN (Ministère)
  • Conférencier (ANSES)

TU 321: HEALTH RISKS : ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT

Goals:

  • To carry out risks assessment files (REACH, Pesticides, Biocides)
  • To select and interpret the relevant information of the assessment
  • To use the health and environmental databases
  • To know the fields of application of risks assessment
  • To select and interpret the information from risk assessment necessary to the management
  • To apply the risks classification methods, to interpret the cost-benefit analysis
  • To know the key players and local, national and international contacts in the management of chronic risks

Content:

  • Characterisation of the exposure and effects of the risk
  • Danger assessment
  • Emerging substances, new risks
  • Selection of the data in the calculation of outstanding values in human health (VTR, LMR, DJA)
  • Epidemiology: high risk population (sex ratio, relative risk)
  • New tools, new concepts: Omics, Exposome
  • Environmental problems and zone studies
  • Presentation of health risks management approaches, classification of the risks, cost-benefit analysis
  • Socio-economic context of chronic risks, risk communication
  • Regulation of priority substances and chemical substances in their different applications

Teachers:

Montpellier University

  • F. COURANT
  • E. GOMEZ
  • C. CASELLAS
  • N. FOUILHE
  • O. MATHIEU

External professional

  • C. GOURDOL (SERPOL)

TU 322: EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS PORTFOLIO

Goals:

  • To know how to identify one’s professional goals in relation to one’s training
  • To solicit and exchange with professional partners

Content:

  • Communication: Writing and oral presentation skills
  • Presentation and structure of a report on a concrete case applied to health or the environment

Teachers:

Montpellier University

  • F. COURANT
  • E. GOMEZ
  • PAST

TU 323: CONTROL AND ASSESSMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PROJECTS 1

Goals:

  • To be able to communicate on chronic and professional risks
  • To integrate the knowledge acquired in health, professional and environmental risks management in an applied project
  • To define professional and personal goals in environmental health

Content:

  • Analysis and synthesis in the field of risks assessment
  • Communication: Writing and oral presentation skills
  • Presentation and structure of a report on chronic ecological and health risks and on work related risks

Teachers:

Montpellier University

  • F. COURANT
  • E. GOMEZ
  • PAST

SEMESTER 4

COMMON CORE – STAGE (S4)

TU 401: 4 TO 6 MONTH WORK PLACEMENT

Goals:

  • To carry out a concrete professional project within its context of activities

Content:

  • 2hrs Lecture: preparation and instructions to find and do a work placement
  • 4 to 6 months full-time in a public or private company

Teachers:

  • B. BAÑULS
  • B. BATAILLE
  • B. BEGU
  • P. RAVEL
  • M. VIVIEN
  • E. GOMEZ
  • X. GARRIC
  • A. EL GHZAOUI

SPECIFIC TU: ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PROJECT MANAGEMENT (S4)

TU 411: LEARNING BY PROJECT IN RISK ASSESSMENT

Goals:

  • To acquire autonomy to carry out a project in partnership with the work place

Content:

  • Communication: Writing and oral presentation skills
  • Presentation and structure of a report related to one’s professional project

Teachers:

  • E. GOMEZ
  • PAST

TU 412: ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PROJECT CONTROL AND ASSESSMENT

Goals:

  • To be able to communicate on chronic and professional risks
  • To integrate the knowledge acquired in the management of health, professional and environmental risks in an applied project
  • To define professional and personal goals in environmental health

Content:

  • Analysis and synthesis in the field of risks assessment
  • Communication: Writing and oral presentation skills
  • Presentation and structure of a report on environment and health risks and on work related risks

Teachers:

Montpellier University

  • F. COURANT
  • E. GOMEZ
  • PAST

TU 413: WORK RELATED RISKS: ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT

Goals:

  • To carry out assessment files on work related risks
  • To be able to communicate on chronic and professional risks
  • To know professional risks : chronic health risks, accidental safety risks
  • To audit a system
  • To know the key players and the local, national, international contacts in risk management

Content:

  • Accidental and safety risks in the work place
  • Chronic risks: work condition assessment
  • Priority substances
  • Hygienist in the work place
  • Communicating on risks
  • Presentation and structure of a report on work related risks

Teachers:

External professionals

  • M. SAMIRANT (ITV)
  • K. PERI (LyondellBasell)
  • F. PARROT (Sanofi)