Giovedi presso la splendida cornice della Domus Comeliana, si è svolta la cerimonia di consegna dei diplomi del Master universitario internazionale “Management of Heath, Safety, Environment & Quality Systems”. All’evento, giunto alla decima edizione, hanno preso parte rappresentanti del Gruppo ENI e di Eni Corporate University (main sponsor dell’iniziativa), oltre alla direzione scientifica espressione del Dipartimento di Ingegneria Civile e Industriale e al Consorzio Universitario Quinn che ne cura l’organizzazione.
Il Rettore, per sottolineare il suo apprezzamento e la consolidata collaborazione dell’Ateneo con l’importante gruppo energetico, ha rivolto ai presenti un saluto che ci fa piacere riproporvi:
“Good morning and welcome to the participants and the students that are about to achieve their final qualification at the post- graduate vocational course “Management of Health, Safety, Environment & Quality Systems (HSE&Q)”.
One of the missions of our University is promoting the transfer of academic research results in the field of industrial applications and business practices. This course is the result of a close and strong partnership between a big industry that operate at a global level – ENI -, our university, one of the most ancient and prestigious in Europe, and a third player, the Consorzio Quinn, spin-off of the University of Pisa, that numbers ENI among its founding members.
All these partners made this successful initiative possible, reaching today the tenth edition, with the aim to qualify experts in design, development and management of complex Health, Safety, Environment & Quality Systems, and to promote a significant experience for granting practical professional skills in HSE&Q subjects.
Our goal is to build up Professionals, with a high level of technical basis, who will be competitive in a rapidly evolving international scenario. The credits achieved with this course can be virtually spent in the University systems all around the world if wishing to apply for further specialisation studies (2nd level Masters, PhD).
Our pride for this 10th edition of the the post- graduate vocational course HSE&Q, comes from the awareness that the ENI Group always chooses its scientific and technical partners with the greatest attention. I would like to thank ENI for giving us the opportunity to set up and consolidate our collaboration over the years.
Finally, thanks to Roberto Mirandola, Leonardo Tognotti and Gabriele Landucci, and all the members of the Course Scientific Direction.
I wish all the students every success for a future career full of achievements
Thank you all.”