TYPE OF COURSE: COMPULSORY SUBJECTS, CHARACTERISTIC OF THE CLASS
ACADEMIC YEAR: 2009/2010
YEAR OF STUDY: 1
SEMESTER: First semester
NUMBER OF CREDITS: 4
UNIT COORDINATOR: MONICA Luigi
CONTACT HOURS: 32
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The course means to introduce in the formation of the student a general vision of several the aspects of the Quality, Safety and Environmental in the industrial systems and an information on the problematic about the measuring, monitoring and control of the production processes. In such sense the course is proposed of giving the main references for the planning and management of the Quality, Safety and Environmental in the industrial systems, showing the most important methodologies of analysis and recalling the normative standards and the national and international legislation
Some concepts of Statistic
Course contents summary
Introduction to the Industrial Management System. The Quality Concept Development. The traditional and modern approach to the Quality. Strategy of implementation of the Total Quality Management (TQM). Quality Management in the production processes. Problem solving and Quality statistical Instruments. The continuous improvement. International standards of quality (ISO 9000).
The environmental risks. The relevant risks in the industrial activities (D.Lgs. 334/99 - "Seveso bis"). Measurement of the Environmental impact. The International Standards for the Safety and the Environmental (ISO 14001, EMAS regulations, BS 8800, OHSAS 18001, OHSAS 18002). Factors of risk in the productive activities. Survey and measure of the risk factors. Dates analyses statistics and interpretation. Maps of risk.
Stamatis, D.H., 1997, TQM Engineering Handbook – Quality and Reliability, Dekker, NY
Smith, G., 1993, Statistical process control and quality improvement, Macmillan, NY
Slides given by the professor.
The course will be developed also with practical exercitation.