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Table 1 - The evaluation of dangerous and hazardous factors for human life

¹ Factors   Individual rating The average rating   The relative share
Airlift      
Road transport      
Nuclear Power      
Alcohol      
Occupational accidents      
Murder      
Ponds (swimming, recreation)      
Diagnostic radiation      
Electric current      
Rail transport      
Infectious diseases      
Other factors      
Smoking      
Medicines      
Drugs      
Personal injury      
Work with human rights movement      
Fires      
Self-murder      
AIDS      
Sports and events      
Natural disasters      
Terrorism      
Food poisoning      
Surgery      

 

It is important to note that awareness of the existence of hazardous and harmful factors for human life is only the first step to safe life. It is necessary to establish conditions under which these factors lead to undesirable consequences, and to divert the possibility of such conditions.

 

 

 


1. Problem of human activity and society safety in the contemporary conditions.

2. Objects, methods and functions of the principles of personal and social safety.

3. The content and the tasks of the discipline.

4. The key concepts of the discipline: a human, a life, activity, safety, danger, system, ecosystem, system analysis.

5. Jeopardy as a quantitative characteristic of dander level estimation.

6. The assessment of risk and the control over it.

7. System analysis in principles of personal and social safety.

8. The classification of dangers by sources of their origins and general features.

9. The classification of jeopardies by the character and natural action.



10. Nomenclature, identification and the taxonomy of the hazards.

11. The sources of social and political perils.

12. The general definition of human activity environment and its classification.

13. The characteristic of the natural environment, its parameters and significance for the security of human activity.

14.Natural dangers.

15. Technological perils.

16. Social and political jeopardies.

17. Physical factors of danger.

18. Chemical factors of peril.

19. Biological factors of jeopardy.

20. Psycho-physiological factors of danger.

21. Main environmental problems of today.

22. Identification and dose of ionizing radiation.

23. Radiation safety.

24. Effects of electric current on human body.

25. Sources of electromagnetic radiation.

25. The impact of electric current on a person

26. The sources of electromagnetic radiation

28. Person’s psychological peculiarities and their importance in SHL

29. The importance of neural system

30. Health, its biological, social and psychological aspect

31. Organism’s adaptation to the exterior factors of environment

32. Homeostasis, its importance for safe activity

33. Extraordinary situations and how to prevent them

34. Liquidation of extraordinary situations’ results

35. The impact of noise on a person

36. Radiation of optical range, their impact on a person

37. Toxic effect of harmful chemical substances on a person

38. Poisonous plants

39. Poisonous animals

40. Pathogenic organisms, diseases they cause and protection from them

41. SHL (safety of human life) management

42. Basic legislative and regulative acts on biological security and SHL

43. The authorities of a governance and control over the compliance of requirements of SHL

44. General governance’s principles of SHL in Ukraine

45. Global governance of SHL

46. Fundamentals of SHL’s governance

47. Global experience of SHL’s governance

48. Dangers in urbanized environment

49. Ecological safety

50. Dangers connected with professional activity

 

 

Educational publication

       
 
Work programme and guidelines for practical training of the discipline   « PRINCIPLES OF PERSONAL AND SOCIAL SAFETY »
 
   
Compiler – Lavruk Tetyana Mykolaivna Translated into English by: Deykun O.P. 1st English group Saiko M.A. 1st German group Knysh S.M. 1st English group Okhrimchuk I.V. 1st German group


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