DU - Management Ergonomique des Postes de Travail

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DU - Management Ergonomique des Postes de Travail

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Train an audience of medico-social staff, members of the Health, Safety and Working Conditions Committees, Quality Safety Environment managers and more generally Human Resources managers or executives ... Read more


Diplôme d'université
EUR Economie et Management
Campus Saint Jean d'Angély





This DU will focus the on "Operational" Ergonomics in line with the current demands of the consulting services market. It will allow the acquisition of turnkey methods directly transferable into field analysis to improve management and production systems. Finally, it will consolidate skills through practical work on situation analysis.

Ergonomics seeks to optimize the production system while protecting human health during work. The analysis of the atmospheres, of the tasks performed (constraints) is essential in order to then propose improvements to the Human / System interface. Education is essential for the accomplishment of this mission because it helps in socialization and training and continues throughout life. Its effects can be measured by a gain in operator autonomy.

This diploma training takes place over 8 days of face-to-face and E-learning courses. Its overall objective is to train paramedics, doctors, Quality, Safety and Environment (QSE) managers, representatives of the Health, Safety and Working Conditions Committee (CHSCT), members of the Works Council. (CE) and engineers with knowledge, tools and ergonomic approach to enable them to invest and carry out work analysis and prevention missions in occupational health.

At the end of the training course, participants will be able to:
  • Know, respect and use in a relevant way during their practices the values, regulatory texts, theories and models, principles, procedures and tools of ergonomics and risk prevention.
  • Integrate ergonomics and risk prevention into their professional practices.
  • Conceptualize, carry out diagnoses, assessments, objectives and programs of ergonomics and risk prevention.
  • Organize and implement ergonomic actions and risk prevention. individual and collective.
  • Study and adapt the workstation in order to protect the "physical and psychological health" of the operator (tools for analyzing the various primary, secondary and strain constraints present in the operator's activity).
  • Implement "workstation analysis" expertise based on the objectives set by the company.
  • Develop with operators an individualized and global relational activity of ergonomics and risk prevention.

The objective of this training is to guide the student towards the analysis of the problems encountered in the world of work and the business in particular. The student will learn the knowledge to analyze workstations and improve working conditions through HOT (human, organizational and technical) proposals. The objective is to allow the student to become an ergonomics consultant or ergonomics manager in a professional environment.


  Institut de Thérapie Manuelle et de Physiothérapie

Institut de Thérapie Manuelle et de Physiothérapie



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Holders of a Bac + 3; selection on the basis of a study of the candidate's files.

Open for everyone

Conditions of applications

By application file

Conditions of admission / Conditions of successful application

Selection on the basis of a study of the candidate's application files by an educational committee.


140-hour course consisting of 4 face-to-face seminars of 2 days each:
  • Seminar 1: Ergonomics, introduction and methodological framework (14 hours);
  • Seminar 2: The man at work, physiological expressions (14 hours);
  • Seminar 3: Work situations and work environments (14 hours);
  • Seminar 4: Study dissertation on carrying out a transversal ergonomic analysis of a work situation (14 hours);
E-learning (84 hours) on the theory of ergonomic techniques and practices to be validated progressively according to the student's pace before each seminar.

Eric Nasica -  UCA/ELMI
Eve Saint-Germes - UCA/ELMI
Ludovic Ragni - UCA/ELMI
Bronislaw Kapitaniak - ITMP
Gilles Barette - ITMP
Xavier Dufour - ITMP
François Roche - ITMP

Compatibility with a professional activity

2 training sessions per year. One from January to June and another from April to November with for each session 4 seminars of 2 days and 84 hours of e-learning.

Gradual validation of the e-learning and final presentation of a project.

What's next ?

Level of education obtained after completion

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  • Ergonomic analysis and economic impact
  • Mastery of the tools of physical and psychological strain
  • Measurement of physical environments
  • Analysis of management methods and the impact on the arduousness of the work
  • Creation of improvement recommendations
  • Assessment of the economic impact through productivity and health gain
  • Measure the impact of the intervention at the level of the operator, the company, a CSP

Target activities / attested skills

The ability to carry out an ergonomic diagnosis, to propose solutions for improving working conditions and to provide correction proposals in line with the investment capacities of the client company

Business sector or job

Medico-social staff, members of Health, Safety and Working Conditions Committees, Quality Safety Environment managers and more generally Human Resources managers or business leaders

Staff already working or joining the field


2 557 €

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