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Republic of the Philippines

Laguna State Polytechnic University


Province of Laguna

College of Industrial Technology

I. UNIVERSITY

VISION: The Laguna State Polytechnic University is the center of sustainable development initiatives transforming lives and communities.

MISSION: LSPU provides quality education through responsive institution, distinctive research, and sustainable extension and production services for
improved quality of life towards nation building.

QUALITY POLICY We at LSPU are committed with continual improvement to provide quality, efficient and effective services to the university
stakeholders’ highest level of satisfaction through a dynamic and excellent management system imbued with utmost integrity, professionalism and
innovation.

AN OUTCOMES-BASED LEARNING PROGRAM (Syllabus)

Program: Bachelor Of Science In Industrial Technology Major In Electronics Technology Academic Year: AY 2018-2019
Course Title: (ELX 111) OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY Semester: First
Pre-Requisites: None No. of Units: 2 No. of Hours: 2hrs (Theory)

Part 1. Course Description

This course introduces the students to the study of workplace Occupational Health and Safety. The students will learn safe work
practices in offices, industry and construction as well as how to identify, prevent and correct problems associated with occupational
safety and health in these locations as well as in the home. The course is designed to assist the student with the implementation of safe,
and healthy practices at work as well as good housekeeping techniques and practices.

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Part 2. Outcomes-based Macro Curriculum Framework

Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs)


Program Intended Course Intended
Institutional (ILOs)
Learning Outcomes Learning Outcomes
LSPU Graduate Attributes When you have fully completed the Bachelor of When you have fully completed the
Science In Industrial Technology, you should be course ELX 111, you should be
LSPU Graduates is expected to be a: graduates who: graduates who:
1. Responsible and Upright Citizen, who is practice the role of improving the productivity, CILO1. demonstrate the professional
INTEGRITY

capable of achieving high level personal well- making other people employable, enhancing and ethical responsibility;
being contributive to the harmony and human capital, attracting investment and
betterment of the profession, family, society, igniting a virtuous cycle of development
and nation.
2. Professionally Skilled, who applies pass National Certification as CILO2. exemplify the impact of
PROFESSIONALISM

technological as worker-leader in the field of technicians/technologists in his/her field of technology solutions in a global,
expertise apt to the global needs. specialization imbued with positive/proper wok economic, environmental, and societal
attitudes and values as practiced in the industry context;

3. Creative and Critical Thinker, who articulates produce technologists who are qualified and CILO3. apply knowledge of mathematics
and produces entrepreneurial resources competent in the use and application of & science to solve industrial technology
extended to families and community for appropriate research and design problems.
improvement. methodologies and tools required to
successfully perform their tasks in accordance
INNOVATION

with ethical norms and standards.

4. Competent Research Oriented Individual, produce graduates equipped with technical, CILO4. use techniques, skills, and
who is able to analyze facts methodically, managerial, research and entrepreneurial modern tools necessary for industrial
discover and establish new theory to use in competencies in the different fields of technology practice;
solving problems and decision making industrial technology
contributory to the sustainability of the needs
of the community.

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Part 3. Curriculum Mapping
Program Outcomes
Professional Courses
A B C D E F G H I J K L
ELX 111 - Occupational Health & Safety I I I I I I
ELX 112 - Electronic Devices, Instruments and Circuits I I I I I I I I I I I
ELX 121 - Semiconductor Devices and Logic Circuits I I I I I I I I I I I
ELX 122 - Electronic Communication I P I P I I I I I I
ELX 211 - Advance Electronic Communication P P I P P P I I P P I
ELX 212 - Digital Electronics P D I P P P P P P P P
ELX 213 - Electronic Computer Aided Design (eCAD) P P P P P P P P P P P
ELX 221 - Audio/Video System P D P P D P P D P P P
ELX 222 - Microcontroller P I P D P D P D P D D
ELX 311 - Microelectronics P I P D P D P D P D D
ELX 312 - Programmable Control Applications P P D D P D P D P D D
ELX 321 - Industrial Electronics P P D D P D P D D D D
ELX 322 - Industrial Robotics P P D D P D P D D D D
Legend:
I – Introduced
P – Practiced skills with supervision
D – Demonstrated skills without supervision

CIT PROGRAM OUTCOMES (APPLICABLE TO ALL AREAS OF SPECIALIZATIONS/MAJOR)


a) Apply knowledge of basic mathematics and science to solve complex technological problems.
b) Develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze, and interpret data.
Plan appropriate techniques, resources and state of the art industrial technology tools to meet current industry needs within realistic constraints in accordance with
c)
standards.
d) Function in multidisciplinary and multi-cultural teams that establish goals, plan tasks, and meet deadlines.
e) Identify, formulate and solve complex technological problems.
f) Understand professional and ethical responsibility of an industrial technologist.
g) Communicate effectively both oral and written forms with high comprehension level and articulating technological innovations output.
h) Understand the impact of broadly defined industrial systems, components, products or process to meet specific industry needs in accordance with global standards.
i) Recognized the need for specialized technological knowledge and ability to engage in independent and life- long learning.
j) Articulate and discuss the latest developments in the field of technology.
k) Use appropriate techniques, skills, and modern technological tools necessary for practical application.
Know and understand Electrical technology and management principles as a member and leader of a team, and to manage projects in a multidisciplinary
l)
environment.

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Part 4. Teaching and Learning Matrix
Teaching-Learning
Week Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs) Course Contents Assessment Tasks
Activities
ILO1. Apply the effective way of maintaining 1. Good Housekeeping Discussion Oral Questioning
the cleanliness, orderliness and organize 1.1 5’S Principles Reflection Practical Test
environment in an area. 1.2 Benefits of good housekeeping Buzz Session
2. Occupational Health and Safety
Practices
1-2
ILO2. Define and discuss Occupational Health 2.1 Shop Policies
and Safety and apply the Safety rules and 2.2 Hazards and Accidents
regulations in laboratories 2.3 Classification of Hazards
2.4 Preventive and corrective maintenance
2.5 Unsafe act and unsafe conditions
ILO3. Identify the Different types of Safety 3. Types of Safety Practices Discussion Written Test
Practices 3.1 Fire Safety Reflection Seatwork
3-4
3.2 Electrical Safety Video Presentation Practical Test
3.3 Mechanical Safety
ILO4. Discuss the recognition, evaluation and 4. Industrial Hygiene Reporting Practical test
control of environmental factors arising in the 4.1 Physical Demonstration Direct observation
4-5
workplace. 4.2 Chemical Video Presentation Oral Questioning
4.3 Biological and Ergonomics
ILO5. Understanding the physical and 4. Toxicology Reporting Practical test
chemical characteristics of all known 4.1 Toxicity Demonstration Direct observation
poisonous substances that are present in the 4.2 Factors Affecting the Humman Body’s Video Presentation Oral Questioning
6-7
workplace environment and its effect in the Response to Hazards Learning Module
human body. 4.3 Function of the Human Bosy System
4.4 Effects of Hazards
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ILO5. Identify the programs and actions that 5. Control Measures Reporting Practical test
9-11 can be taken to reduce potential exposure to 5.1 Personal Protective Equipment Demonstration Role Playing
hazards. 5.2 Materials Handling and Storage Video Presentation
ILO6. Familiarize on the different signs and 5.3 Signages Reporting Written Test
symbols of safety. Video Presentation Oral Questioning
12-13 Reporting Practical test
Demonstration Oral Questioning

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ILO8. Understand the concept of managing 6. Risk Management Reporting Focus Group
risk, identifying and controlling risk. 6.1 Identifying Risk Video Presentation Discussion
6.2 Controlling Risk Practical test
14-17 7. Disaster Preparedness Rolde Playing
ILO9. Discuss and familiarize in the 8. Occupational Safety and Health Legislation Reporting Learning Module
constitution and bylaws for the protection Buzz Session Practical Test
against hazards. Research Work Research Paper
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Part 5. References

 Lauzon, Elexis Edmond D., Safety Engineering 1, St. Andrew Publishing House, 369vCulian Plaridel Bulacan, 2017, ISBN 978-971-014-545-4
 Reese Charles D., Occupational Health, CRC Press Taylor & Francis Boca Raton London New York
 Ridley, John R., Safety at Work-Third Edition, Butterworth-Heinemann Ltd, 1990, ISBN
 https://books.google.com.ph/books

Materials : Powerpoint Presentation, Curriculum-Based Learning Materials, Video Presentation, Laptop, LCD Projector

Part 6. Learners’ Assessment (Grading System)

Quizzes 30%
Requirements 40%
 Recitation/Participation
 Project
 Attendance
 Assignment
 Seatwork

Major Examination 30%

Total 100%

Part 7. Course Policies

1. Regular attendance is required for all students; three (3) unexcused absences will mean automatically dropped from the course.
2. Wearing of the University students’ ID and uniform at all times is required for all the students except when having field activities.
3. Active participation individually or in group is expected.
4. Fifteen (15) minutes of tardiness is equivalent to one (1) period of absence.

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5. Student shall abide the instructor/professor’s policy on the submission of learning outputs based on the metrics and deadlines given.

Prepared by: Reviewed : Approved:

MICHELLE C. GONZALES EUDORA C. TABO EDILBERTO Z. ANDAL, Ed. D.


Faculty Program Coordinator Dean/ Deputy Campus Director

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