Guest Lecture in Industrial Engineering Brought Poland Prof. Embedding the Importance of K3 for the Students

Author : Humas | Saturday, September 15, 2018 13:41 WIB

Starting the new semester lecture, Industrial Engineering Study Program, Faculty of Engineering, University of Muhammadiyah Malang (UMM) held a guest lecture by inviting Prof. Dr. Hab. Eng. Marek Mlynezak, a lecturer from Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland, Friday (9/14) in BAU Hall.

In line with the mission of Industrial Engineering Study Program, which is to carry out education in the field of designing, installing, and improving integral systems consisting of people, materials, equipment, information and other resources, this event was expected to broaden students’ insight.

"Hopefully, the students understand that the material we teach at UMM is not much different from those in foreign countries. The material and the step are the same. Don't worry! UMM is classy and same as overseas universities," said Secretary of Industrial Engineering Study Program, Dian Palupi Restuputri, ST.

In the event, Prof. Marek explained many things. One of them was about Occupational Safety and Health (K3). He conveyed how important the OSH instead of the work and projects being worked on.

"Industrial engineering students not only need to study production problems but also study work on risk management in order to create a safe, effective and efficient work environment regarding K3 and Hazard are condition that can cause danger and injure humans," Dian excerpted what was conveyed by Prof. Marek.

One of the guest lecturers, Oriza, admitted that what was conveyed by Prof. Marek have been studied in class. However, implementation, calculation, and some things are explained in more detail and this gains new insights.

"The point that I remember, how K3 applies in Poland is very good because it prioritizes safety or security issues. Not only to seek profit, because in my opinion if you only seek profit without safety, then you can reduce previous profits," he said. (ard)



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