Diana de Sousa Policarpo

Lisbon ACT Coordinator-ENETOSH Coordinator

Diana de Sousa Policarpo

Biography

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

Law degree from the Law School, University of Lisbon, finished in October 1991

Graduation “Safety, Hygiene and Health at Work”, ministered by ISLA – Instituto Superior de Leiria, Lda, with the duration of 552 hours, which happened in Leiria, from 11.03.2005 to 15.02.2006.

Graduation in Public Auditorship, in the school year 2013/14, ministered by the Institute of Economic Law, Financial and Tax, in the College of Law in Lisbon, finished in 24th September in 2014, with a final classification of 14 values.

Graduation in Accounting and Public Management , in the school year 2016/17, ministered by the Instituto Superior de Ciências Sociais e Politicas (Higher Institute of Social and Political Sciences), in Lisbon, finished in 4th July in 2017, with a final classification of 15 values.

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

School year 1994/95 – Teaching of the Labor Law in the Superior Institute of Mathematics and Management in the degree of Human Resource Management, in Marinha Grande.

September, 2000 to June, 2001 - Volunteer work at Várzea Elementary School and kindergarten in Marinha Grande, as a member of the Parents' Association at the level of teachers support in user-friendly computer classes.

September 3rd, 2001 - Access to higher inspection Career Placement in a technical personnel group of the General Labor Inspection staff.

Until September 30th, 2012 – Work Inspector, from the higher inspection career of the technical personnel group of the General Labor Inspection, exercising functions in the Local Center of Lis of the Authority to the Work Conditions in Leiria.

Since 1st October of 2012 – Head of the Division of Promotion and Evaluation of Programs and Studies of the Services Directorate for the Promotion of Safety and Health at Work in the headquarters of the Authority for Working Conditions, in Lisbon.

Since 2015 represents ACT coordinating the Mind Safety - Safety Matters Project! supported by the ERASMUS + National Agency.