• Identify and analyse production activity and working organisation from your company.
To gain knowledge and methodology in order to show how complex the working organisations are.
To analyse the true organisation (and not the organisation as described on paper) and seize the importance of social regulations in the production activity.
To address issues such as workplace safety and work ergonomics.
Before coming in your company:
Sociology courses in order to understand work activity : to make a sociotechnical system; to understand strategic plays between stakeholders, development of professional identity,collective action and negotiation. • Survey methodology in Sociology and Ergonomic (observations and interview)
Once in your company: • Sociology courses in order to understand work activity : to make a sociotechnical system; to understand strategic plays between stakeholders, development of professional identity,collective action and negotiation. Analyse work organisation • Ergonomics teaching on work activity focused on "tasks and activities" notions, individual and collective regulation and work safety.
Assessment (E1) : Written report No 2nd exam period
N1 = Final mark from 1st exam period
N1 = 0.5 CC + 0.5 E1
The course exists in the following branches:
Curriculum - Engineer IPID apprentice program - Semester 5
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